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PAIII. DAILY PRESS. 



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M. I'lul l>» ly Pit<««: 
In compliuoc« wiUl tbc u'liU- 
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"U ot ibe li>t» ot UQiulkitlor 
^ .\,«i'aj>fr liinii'}! ibo larftbt 
, crJiQ.'.tv. and tKniajiiie" lir- 
the post trtUe Jif!i>t'ry,ihs 
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; ■! to «ufrinder ii«"«ih all 

t thi" i)» •riiin^j'ulhf l:ij;ij- 

, ' i. .1 il.M'un.. ills hso'i^ht 

';' lUJil — 'he fir»i aPil last 

'. ridi-i'i.'s looli^h lidrangae 

".iiiliili' 1 1 will h we yiVi- 

- :;t — itml Mr. ScwirdV 

:. uae evi-.-iio;: at N-w York. 

;>!■■.!!■< to liivi.' expres-ily ue- 

■■-• ot 'iiv rrisi'K'iil lu 

^, ii'jmi.uis ol the I're- 

"- vp»r>J Sees no I'ssor.tial dif- 

■^ ■ tin- I"nlon ui;;joriiy ij 

I'risiltnl. TLc Prt»i- 

I'l-ii I'lHoii majority as 

t . ! 'h^uiiionistj a' Toombs 

li' iiiilio'a ihcui not only as 

:l.>-;l?^illj. Tbe Premier goes 

>1 'V- wivh tbf ohve branch ot 

" wi 1 rtiiirn aweary tt> the ark, 

' H - ot Heaven are open, And 

.lilitr lt>r pigeons. 

:rifi'i bring.-; an intt^ri'stiog 

■ r iilieriniii, ajioL(;i;;irg 

'•rux pcti, aiut dvfne- 

ti'j L'liion iiiiitv . 



f"i my I w ;< »t . 
Iftter from 11 \ 
io.ii, W'SiMsi •. 
f>ub!!«li(r i'( tl it 

prsilii-al w ikii;g» d tLo !ow<st bJd'-Kr 
systtiu ot {I'jb'iv priiiiiii;; y.\ Wi jiitin 
Jtirn{; an < .Ninru iiic fl MVcntfi. vt-ais. 
Ho bh',>wed tliaf. so f:»r Ireai termltinj; in 
greater e>.\'iioui> , i'.s prattii il etleet was 
to double tbf cosit of tLo publi'' piiiitin;; 
lorwiik^.i wi>t<l>iily iiiltrii-rai to bf 
the si'orn ot tha printit-tr eratt, and a dis 
grace to tie Slat". \U: !«bclw^d that »o 
tar lioiu (.Hkirj; It out ol lo'ui.sor l-jj;- 
illation it had W-.n a o'.it.staiit hoi e of 
legislative am! j-tity icu '.'niiiji, aiii'bat 
tor iivei titll ;e.i:» tbe h g sLluro had 
spent a Ixt'j:^ part id "early ivi-ry st.M.<i'jii 
111 tiyji'g tu rjuitr ihe tiio»«lvnsi viis el" 
tbi- toae.^i t iiiilvr .-y;jt«m, tt< d tbu:: far 
ihv'» Lave not oidy i iled to liiid reiMfty, 
but that t very M!iv»idiiij; y<jrtb:-mit 
tor u j;ri!»iiif» wurjeand wois.- 

■rb;?'it'er, I'Jilressi il lu lliii.l". L. 
Shoks, bituscit ;ili old | ubli.her, well 
kroi>n in lbs .' l:i:e as a gculleiuan ol 
Li^b .-landi'iy :ii-.d u' blvi'isli.d reputa- 
tiop, •«.-■ Midvrjtd by him a-s{;uinga 
trim but inijer.'cct »iew ot the caluiiiiti fi 
leruit- .- ' that Mtfcui in Wi.-i v.1'.mii, aud 
b..' (iirdi 1' ^t^Ced th»t tvery Wi.>eonsio 
pti:!iti f ok tbe -amt) view idtbt subjeet. 
A' 'I'osr Kt'era were lul, lor soiue 
re.'son rr oiIkt, apr^'J'iible to th-j 
Bi"{;ritob-T o'- G. Waybingtcn, their 
au'buis v.titui course assailed with the 
I'-iiial trapr.tn! voiab'd ;jy id tb.at pre'voiis 
blaeJjgiiaid a« '• swisdl. r'," *'rat"<ils\"' 
■■ thieve*. " Mid so foriit. ,Mr, 'leiiny, 
ijliit'^ into t!u' r-idira! mistake of a 
5trar;;er, tliu* tb« i>r.ee rt-piit.iMe jeurnai 
in wbiih ).- was liiti". liri'> d .till pos- 
■e.-.''»-d .<i>ine tiilf to pi'l'io respei t. sends 
lis a U *'er fo tbe i ilit.irs ot ibsit part r, en- 
1 !os. d intl ?■ /elloning riu!'- vybii h, thoiir^h 
•pptrini*/ p:iv!»»r, w* taki' tbe liberty to 

ptlbl's!).- by way i>( b V'T irtilii;: t'lc rri- 

elo'ii'!' til its t!e> iiiatiiiri • 

.Voir. 

MviMHo.v, I'l''). J'. b'^.'O 
l-^Uiiotsul 111" St. fi.Tl l*rc»«: 

G'>i^: I li.'iv ■ v\r:t en tbe cne'.osrj aJliele 
fiwr the PU-netr, but not Uoof.ina ibo editors- 
sonil 10 iim 10 *•* i'orw.'nlcJ, if vou iSiiiik it 
pruj'fr. Your ."=t.i:e h-is pnt its f.jot ia it Ijy 
its ivntratr svalitn. livery primer I<no\vs 
th'.r. Kvery fiMor ia this ^ta'e who favorcil 
tti>" •• ntriict (i.in lias sinc'; V'ackvJ out, vviili 
tears in hi> eyes'. yen.vor Shoks wai on^' 
who oi iv'in.il'.y lUvored ibi- plan, hut the scales 
sixin IVH from bi< eyes. Tbc cxpiriince of 
tbi.s ."^utc has liven horrible, .lU'.l Minnesota is 
b.l-.ely to soon He it. Voii can't jay as lunch 
to a public pruiicr a.s tbo lonti.ict pl.m will 
cufl tb.' .'^late, uoil no one will maUe anylbing 
either. I, of course, have no oecasnm lor a 
lianJ ia your iliilcrcnce-, Imt I am an o!<l set- 
tler, i:u ol'.l iilitor, Htiil iiDi well ai ■luainlcil 
all tbrouitU tbo t>t. Crois \ alK-y, and Ibiuk 
the /Vjdttr piles il on a liilie steep, esijcii. 
ally if its editors are pi inters, as in that ease 
they kiijw 1 stated lU-j truth. It' not, what do 
they really A;i''ic ou the subjtet : orwbsttdo 
any 5-tate ofiietrs know of their own knowl- 
edge : Uuinbui;, ^'eots. 
Very tiuly yi'ur.^, 

U. A. lENNEY. 



1 tuow uotbnii; '♦ •''•*'. «n»l If*". afciUu- 
tiou uouldbavt) bi-cn easy. What ui> e.\|>e- 
ricuee >U'i»s is, that to cheapen (Tiuliug ou u 
contract Is to dimblJ its cos; to the public, and 
make sure if Mork lM\itiicli "intaiuous" is a 
mild JcMiii'liuii, as a specimen of tbe art. 
But If tbe Slue liiiv s tbe paper, ami compt-ls 
the usO of new type cveiy other year, uud a 
/>/i»ifr» counts the work v» ho ia»»'< bt ird'rJ, 
vou may i-i>s:>ibly aeUievu ao high a result as 
Wiseousiu bao — possib!v even inipiove i . 
I'oryoui credit 1 hope so. 
\ viy truly >0!it», 

U. A. lENNHY. 



Tl(e ('oo|H'i' liK>ti|utc Meeting. 

Speocii ot Sec. Sev/ara en 
the Veto MesB-ige. 



Ihu honor ill LrinK'«'i; it to the Imppy de- Tllf DR J- SlflF Wl '^ ^^PFFPH 

toMiiiuaiioii. lappiebei.ii.o soriousdif- 1 • "L I nroiULii I o orLLLni 



Ao Mrvlukf^ l*uHtac.«l Truultir Ajigfre 
tarutlril -Ouli it Itlifri'f u<« uf 0|iiu- 
t«u iirlMfm I'ilolK — Ka-noluiioiiM in 
titfmtiiit Ihe Prrvlitrnt'ii I'oltt.r. 



1 .i.ago Rf publican in-W saysol 

:Li: cii-ojiin fears exriressed by Mr. John- 



son i:i bi? r.^i f 



!■ ii.fempfrate harangue, 
•ms wanted to af.sassin- 



that (L.r U ■_■'{• 

ate t;i!'. 

Mr. JobB.-on uj ly I . jiats3 bis fears ; he has 
pawett tte p.'iu! ot danper. The only men 
wLo are cipab;*: ot -aeb dec.!* Le can liud 
■•■ --■■ L'i Ificuds. 



hereafter 
H-bu 
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.);y conciliated tbe Bjoibs 
joi'iing their party, snd 
I b:iu«elt from a-s.i-siii- 

>nd< by becoming their 
: I'ltii: plot to assas- 



;; I '.iTt (d Commissioner New- 

Hureau of Agiiculture. we ex- 

I'jwing paragraph, and ..oiu- 

' tjti gftntlcnr-n of th.- Mmne 

ultural Uoard, as an an-w.^r to 

i'Tiri! for tbe removal o( the 



COair'i:;i-n;'.t.r> : 

Some asricukura! and bonicultnral associ- 
atn m baie pa.-~t'l rc=.Juiions untavoraMo to 
my trr.tin nation in otiice. Whilst Imuehi'e- 
sire the ai-probttian of ail persons, espeeialiv 
th'v=c connected v'l h apricultnre, I cannot 
hope to ticape the enmity of tbo.se who have 
5«in:h [■ irpo^ts to acconipIi.«b. In thecxeeu- 
tiOD of ihe duties and ti<i-ts <<.iDtided to me 
asf tier of Agrii ultnre, 1 am often 

con: ■ a fensp r f duty to denv to indi- 

vid ... , .„. v,'jf« rtniilty ut tiikinft ihefunds of 
the lJt|'»r'niecl with-iui rouderinj? a proptr 
servrce tberetor I have to reiect sclienies 
which have iier>onai pain murh more inriew 
than lb" :. liirmm'. lit .f .igrienlture. This 
action on my pHrt cr'-at.s hostility, which is 
njaai'V-led not l.y jpeelSc rh:iri»>8 of ofTieiul 
wroTii- •'• in • ■n n:v psit, iind wliieh I r.iulil 
an~ : ••[ e >rrusp»Midencc and pr> 

v»t> -. iv wtinh well lueaninjl 

but urr • e 'Ors are misled »nd in- 

duce.it' ■ tiiL adoption ot th"; re.^o 

Inlion- f. >.ii ,.,'.. 



H'RINQ LABORERS IN GEORGIA. 
The lluuic or*««'ii:iioi Tuouibs. 



I'ron. \h M-t phis ro«t, Keb, 14. 

Major .^. T. R'-' ve^, lafp ..1 tl.e Pre.- - 
d*nt'i I • ' 1 , re'urned to ih" ci'v yes- 
terday (■':. 'ierrt'ia. whither be .f»!nt 
somf twM or three wPielt^ a^o <<• obtain 
labor- n. He wai vry su'ces.sb.l, liiinj;- 
ing Willi bun tw.'i iiiindreil hand..i, w'i.> re 
all tni:ai-' '1 'T work on plantations in 
lVli:s.-i»^ioi I. A kai.sa.", and Ttinne.ssee, 
web. !••.■• Tbe""^ |ieopl« were tnnstly 
pro i' .Tl F.IbiTt county. Major 

Reev - .i- ■..nji.iniP'J Mnjor (irsy. (jeii. 
Tillsf-n'" i'i- [.•e.;ior, on a "I'.'Ur cl in-spoc- 
tion tu K'.-it..|i, ihe ooiinly »«at, ac 
coiiifanii 'I iyt^o H'd.lieis. They m';t 
BU- h thre.iti an I hostile Iffinonstra- 
tio:i.i 'hi' 'b y 'i.eni' d if pnidi nt to re- 
tuin lo I. !,. r.tl ['dlson'j beadipi trii re 
Tbe ti'ieri! ire r. .Ti»»d their j-siort to 
twenty hv irm ot ihi: 1 1". Ii re/nlars, and 
they r.t irn.;d. 1» >eretion also returned 
to till liU .•Tii)iii:»ns, and -"i soon ;i^ the 
Major'" businejs wax known, th- iiegroi s 
. ii.ie in .1' tbe rate of fifty to one hiin 
dred .Inly. 1 1.; ioloi ms us that b': could 
bav.- Dei.iifuil om: tbomand a-s easily as 
two hiir.l'o.l. if bad bid lb.; tinu;. 

iMany f>| tb. fncdnien wen: working 
foi t-v") lo six i!oli-ir'- per inontb, having 
been |iif;hteni:d into making eontr.vas by 
bei'.i^ tobl lb it if they (ailed lo do so by 
the 1st .of .January, the government won'd 
■end tbem to (.'ubi and si II tbisoi into 
slavry. 4>i,e first rla.ss band, who came 
with 'be Mnj'r had hired lor fift»«n dol- 
lars i>cr year. 

In this benighted region there seem.! to 
bcuo knowledge ibat tbe war had ceaseil. 
Greenbacks are refused en all oceasiona. 
Not a p'onn'l of butter, r,r a dozen of 
cpg», can be bought it. all il.c county 
wi'h tli«; n».tional cutrcn' y In the low- 
er counties, .Major ll.:tvc.,i learned that 
laborers were in demaml, and readily ob- 
taine.l fifteen dollirs per month, wbdc a 
muoh teller state of feeling prevailed 
The condition ol KIbert county is e.\ 
plained by the fact tb.lt if has always 
been politically firmed by one Robert 
Toombs. 



t.'ocla»H<<-. 

M4t.isci>, Wi.s., VM). L'l. l>v'>. 
f.dit IS lu^ci r; 

Gents. — A tricud at LaCrosse huj kiudly 
sent me a copy of tlio Pioneir of the 13th. 
Y'our comments on my printing uttiele are 
like the' '■ Iii^ht of c'.iitr days" \.: re in Wis- 
consin The epithets "Swindler,"' etc., have 
very inueb the; oid mcUililuous si.unJ; and 
you, bciug, as I suppose, praclieal printers, 
must have smiled internally at least when pe- 
rusing tbem. 

I am n.ft .i liittlc annoyed at gtttii'.g involv- 
ed in a priutiu^; cateriCMi'^ in Minnesota. I 
know mac cf your X'Ob'isher-, that I am 
awar--' ot", mid wro^a upon the sulijcet at the 
request of one of our .*^uatc Senators. I cer- 
t.ualy never dreiimed of u ncMspnper contro- 
versy on the subject any where. Had I sus- 
pected such .1 leruli, 1 would ba-.e uiade my 
statements much stronger, and forlitied them 
with such an array of ligun^ from our re- 
cords, that possibly even you might have seen 
Ue point. As it s, and as Minnesota has em- 
barked in the .\vstem as is reported here, but 
little remains to be said. 

When you ^ teak of mu as a "swindler" 
for doing (itbli. printing, nuder a public cob- 
tr.^.ei, in the rn.dc and manner provided by 
the !?tate, making U;e sluiply of the rights of 
a lootraetor to ina'r.e the most of my worli, 
and of every legitimate mcHns to secnru first 
cost for it, 1 am apt to thing you urc cither an 
exceptional model ol honest:. , fucb us history 
h.is hitherto faile.l to make record of, or that 
you have a swindle in your eyo on \our first 
job of public woik. If you know anylhingot 
the b'liiness.yr.u know that the dilference of 
one'.- two liaei to a page, even, may connt 
seorrs .i( reams of paper to the State. If your 
intcrett lies on that side, and vou have money 
on tbe other, what course aie you going to 
tike ' Ii I', any ot your bufjness that the 
.^laie h«« adapted a weak or stupid «vslem? 
or lb it ii shall Kiseraoncv in order that you 
ma> sBvoyourselt ir.im lo.'-b on u cheap b'd r 
It the bt tte raake.san ass of Itself, is i: aliso- 
Intely neces.'ary that, as public contractor yon 
should be a fo"i - 

Mot astute nio.lcl of Mrrue ' nhenj.m f;.jl 
a ihi ttp bid, I tlimk y,;H will lie^ir watching; 
so much honesty invuiiably has in it thu pro- 
lilieciubrjo of fraud and dishonesty. 

I wrote wiih relercnce to the system in 
Wisonsin. I bad no knowledge of a print- 
ing quarre! at ."^t. rani i did not half eov 
er the case ai it exists in this .'^t.ite, 
i.nd every pnuti^r bire will I car m« oat in 
what I said. What is c-illi d cheap printing 
isaswin.l!.: aid au iinpositiun, .md every 
printer kitow.s it; and as long a.4 prr^jU is tbe 
ohji.t Sfiught. and thai pr.-tii is only maUn ..n 
s.juic ./lie or two Item.- . f material, the stretch 
will lie on that side, snd that striti h mi any 
ord'n;iry it..ni o<" niatcri il v. ill co-t th': piitilic 
m..re ibai th'i highest prbe ot Hrst cbiss 
work. 

However, ^iiu havc.-.n advant.ige in Minnc- 
Mjtaover us iu Wisconsin. Tbi; haniliugwilh 
you io an act ( f liw— 'Aiih .is, a provision ol 
the eousti'uti lU. You can cli.iii;;c ir, und we 
can't. I'nies-. you have very reinarkalde luck 
wi'hin hve years the cost of your legitlati'.n 
alone on the sulijecl will e.rcei .1 the hi?he.st 
price any rea-oiiabk- printer vv iil.l think of 
asking I Ol liio lA-st ot Work. Vou will eitlicr 
ciiiibino .ir / .^ If you coniiiiiic— ala-i, poor 
Kiate ' If yon ;«<— abis, poor printers and 
fwxirer work I Of course .\oii would not 
stretch a point to save yourself from loss. 
Tint woulil II.; "Hwindbug," that] would— 
you can prove it from your o«n editorials, 
an.l that ought to be conclusive. 

1 hive visited M. Paul but once .«inic it con- 
sists <,\ a sinple cabin. I am one who aided 
to secure ttic first 'lerriiorial organUallnn, 
and had frc-iuent confer., Kcs with, an I was 
present when, the Urn. J. Catlin, f^ccrctarv ol 
the Territory l.eic, en.lmrk.d up the river to 
"organi/.eiMii.ncw.ta. I was well acquaint- 
ed, t.jo, with Col. Ooo.lh.i.-, the pioneer print- 



Ne.v Vokk, Itb. :.!i.— The Cooper lu- 
Btitut" was thronged to night by tbe peo- 
ple ol New York. .\!! the streets jn the 
imme.liato iieighb'irhc>od wrre also tilled 
with tho'isjn.l'* of supponers ol the I'rc.v- 
ident. Hon. T H. t'utting pre.-^ided, as- 
sisted by a large number of the most 
prominent citizen.* as Vi.je PiesiJents 
I'ho inect'ti'^ was very entbusi.isti,; 

Pavid l>tidli'y Fiebl presente.t ioi ad- 
dress to tbe people ol New Yoik, atid 
resolution:!. The a'idies^ is to tb. i tfeel 
that the fir: t ipii'stioii bi fore tbe p-opb; 
:•■< the );ri at on»' of paeifieallon. What 
thi- country needs is repo.fe. 'i he con- 
llief ol arms ba.s • . a.s.'d. T'.-o e.inlli. i o( 
pas- iotis wtiii'li led t.> niiiis ^^ollld ea.'^..- 
al-o. Our lieroii- "olili- rs clieiisb mi I'li- 
Miities against ihoM' they bave over.'ome. 
Tbi- only eb i:;enl ol tli-iurba'iee is the 
political condition ol tiielicedm' n. 'I'heio 
IS iiii .subrta.i' iai di.^agr-ouieiit, among 
loval tueii rt'peetiug thiir civil rights. 
U I- all agreit thatth.ty must have the civil 
rij:ht.< ol any otlier ela^s o| riliz. iis- |b,; 
rights ot (r» • ilora an.l pr.iperty, to sue 
ami t. stilv iti short, .'.luriliiy bid'.ire Ibe 
law. Wbetb.r th.-y sbill also have the 
sulVr.ig.' is the dividiii;; '|ue-stion. Tbero 
e;»n. bowi ver, be no ipieslion what 'ver 
that tind.'r the constitution, the power of 
deierniinipg who shall or shall not enjoy 
th'i elective frii'iehi.'e belongs e.xobisively 
to tbo respective States New York has 
r'o mori> riiht to s:iy who shall or shall 
not votrt in Virgini.*, than Virginia bas to 
say who suali or shall not vote in New 
York. '' L;' eb'olive franchi.--es is not a 
natural right, but a poiitieal tru.st. ll it 
is even tru"- th'!*: every person who is sub- 
j'Ct to th;- is eii'irle'il t.i a part in making 
them, then every m>j dinner amongst us. 
every farcigner tbe moment le,- hin.ls is 
entitled to vote. IJeoause tbe bboks 
hive loiight. lor the . oiintry that dues not 
no I s.-a'il_> -^ive them the right to govt rn 
it or purtieipit.' in ilc government, ll it 
weri: other wi.sr. every brave boy from Itj 
to "Jl who (ought in tbe Ui ion ra-iki 
shoiiUl have a vole, without waiting bvr 
years to parlicipalo in the fiov. rniiient to 
which he is subject. The blacks lough'- 
for a country, .snd they have it. Tiiey 
would vot.' lor fseedoin. .ind they have i'. 
We .'boiild w. bomt' oiir emancipated 
brother to tbe rights ol manhood, but 
wb.:n we are asked to give all men of his 
ra.:e. at the very moment of their eman- 
cipation, the right to participate in the 
Governui..-iit, »e luurt, at^awer in tbe 
words of one of their number, more intel- 
ligent than man/ other.', white or bbick ; 
'•let tbe able bo.lied inily l».:af iirms : tbe 
ab'- unnde.l only r'tioiikl vot-; " 

The address commends th''. President's 
veto, nn I o.Npre.-ises the conviction that 
the exclusion as Ucpresentatives from 
eleven States, now unrepresented in 
Congress, ol Icyal men who were fairly 
elected au.l can take tbe outh, is manifest 
as Usurpation. It eoueludes by express- 
ing conlidcncc in the integrity and fidelity 
to the principles in reference to which he 
was elected, ol Andrew .Johnson, he-atty 
commendation of the general dje'riue of 
bis two messages, aud readiness to sup- 
port him in all Constitutional measures 
tor the public w.dfare. 

The r«-obiii(jiiH are to tbe sameefl'ect, 
and iu addition approve tbe action ol 
Senator Morgan and Representatives 
Kaymou.l and ]>.{rling in sustaining the 
President'.! veto. 



I r of the .Stale, afid saw h 



im on hU trip up 



with the material _to start the ollicc, whose 
name is at the head of jour pap. r. Il.nre I 
niar claim to feel a little inter. si i„ u,,, ..si,.ny., 
welfare -and even give n wor.l of caution 
aimut matters of which 1 hav<; fpccial knowl- 
edge, without being a ' tf*ol," a "swift wit- 
ness," or a "swindler." You rosy have paid 
a high price for printing in Minnesota so far. 



Mr. hewar.l said, after a few words of 
introduction ; 

"\Vha' shall I speak ol or about. The 
call lor your meeting specifies the sub- 
ject, but first let me say I am not hero as 
an iibolitionist. T am not here to say that 
tbe nation is in peiil or in danger — io 
peril if you adopt iIih views of the appar- 
ent or leal in.ijority o' Congress, or in 
pen! it you reject tbem. It is not in 
peril a:iy way. Nor <io I think tbe cause 
of libeily .iiid booian liecdom, tbe cause 
of pro;.^ress, anelioration or civilzation, 
the cau-'-e ol national aggrandizement 
jirescnt and future, material or moral, are 
in danger of being long arrested whether 
you adopt one set ol political opinions 
or another. The Union, that is to say 
the nation, has been rescued from .all its 
perils. Tbf noble ship United States 
ha.s passed Irom tempests and billows in- 
Ic the verg.' of a safe btu-bor, and is now 
riding sei-i-rely mfo her bnciont moorings 
without a broken spar or a leak, star- 
board or Ijrboard, j.re or aft. There 
are soni" small reel.s vet to pass as she 
.il'proach' s those mooringf. One pilot 
S'vys that, she may sab ly eiOer direeily 
through Ib.-in. The other says that she 
iiiUet b»( L, and, lowering sail, tike lime 
to go around tbeni That ia all the ilillcr- 
enee. It is merely tb.*. dilference of 
opinion between the pilots. I should 
not pra'-lice niv habitual charity 
if I did not admit I think tbem both sin- 
cere, and honest, but the vessel will go in 
safety ore way or the ot'e.-r. The worst 
that need happen will he that l.y taking 
• he wrong pasfage. or even taking tbe 
right (las'age and avoiding the wrong 
one, Ibe v.ssel may roll a little and aon.e 
honest, eapald.'. and deserving po!itii-ians 
— ?lates:nen.|Presi"leiit or t.'ongres^men — 
way get washed overboard. I sbouM be 
Sony lor this, but if i' c innot le beljitd 
it can 1 1: bi rno. If I sun one ol the uii- 
fortiiiiates, b I no frii-nd be concerned on 
that accoiiiit. As honest, as good, as 
eapti'.le politicians, statesmen, Congress- 
in.-n and President, will make their ap- 
pea-ance tber.'altcr, faster than needed, 
to command the ship as well and as wise- 
ly as any that have heretofore stalke.I 
their hour upon tbe de< k in the altema 
tiuns of calm and tempests that always 
attend t>olitical navigation. Nevertbe- 
leR.<, although I do not think that we are 
in a cri«i^, the (piestion lo <\\y is worthy 
of delib.rrate i xamination and conaide.ra- 
lion The snbj".;t before us is a diller- 
ence ol opinion tbut reveals itself but too 
clearly between the President and Con- 
gress. The President, as we all see. is 
a man of dei iiled conviefionfl. The 
legislative leaders at .• trying not to coin- 
cide with him in opinion. They have 
appealed to us oulsiilers as we are pro- 
nounce between lliem. 

Tbe speaker then went on to prove 
that there was aclunlly no diO'erence ol 
importance between the president and 
Congress, however rrrieh il ni?t;bt seem 
Otherwise. W* have got tb" liiuon re 
stored. ;n originally planne.l tint ilshotibl 
be, wilhniit slavi ry, s'lessioii or compro- 
mise ; not with freedini»ii anrt refug. es, 
abandoned to s'lU'iiring ami | eij<ecuti'jri, 
but with Ireedmen employed in prodii-; 
live, self-sustaining industry, with refu- 
gees under tbe pro!' ction of law and or- 
der. The President, sees that it h*s come 
out right at last, and he accepts ths situ- 
ation. Congress, on the other hantl, hef- 
i itates, delays, debates and devise.", not 
because it has not come out right, but 
because they have not individually had 



appiebeii'l no serious dil 
liculiy . fioiii tbe coiivicliuu that thcie nev- 
er wa.', ami iievtreau 1»', iiuy nuccssIuI 
pio. .-d lor tl.i, 'estorali'.n ul the l.^nian, 
an I l.aiuioiiy uinoiijc the Stattsi .xcj t the 
one with which the Presi.bul ha.s avowed 
liiicscif aatislied. tiiunt it th.it the rebel 
lion is dispetscd. t nded, exhausted- ilead 
even ut the loot ; then it lollowj that iLe 
Slates sooner or l.ter must be orgaiiizul 
by loyal men, in accordance with the 
ch:ingesiiioir uU'lauentallaw.aiidiesiimu 
fhcirpla.isiii Cong.ss. Alltlie rebels'ales 
but Texas have done that thing, and 
Texas is doing the aanii: as fast as posci- 
ble. Thu President is in harmony with 
a!! the States that were in rebellion, and 
the executive and judicial deparluunts 
are rapidly resuming th. ir futiciions. 
Loyal representative.'", inote ti less from 
these Slates are now standing at the 'oor 
ol Cotigresi, and h? ve been standing there 
I ir three moulln, a.'kio," to be ailiui'tt d 
to Mats wtii h the d'«!oyal r-pr< seuiitive. 
ha-l previ.-)-is!y U Ir 

i^leinwhile Congress p..-seslaw .:f""r 
law. imposes burdens after burden?, and 
.lull alter duty, up.in Ihi States which 
against their desire, are bdf uiirepre^^nt 
ed. I (eel sure that loyjl uicii l.om the 
now loyal States will, euoner or later, be 
admitted into this Congress or thu next. 
When this is done, the process ol rtsto 
ration will be complete, lur that is all that 
remains to be dotjc. 

The law (d March -jj. IJstio, which crt- 
aled the Fretdiiieirs Bureau, provi.le? 
that it shall continue ui force during ih.^ 
*ar of thi' rebellion, and one full year 
thereafter. When does that year expi' e !' 
In Ibe President's judgment, as I uiidei 
ftan.l the matter, tbe war of n beliion has 
been c .uiing, and i.i ^t 11 coming In 
»n ind, but i^i not >it fully closed. 
It il on ib's ground that be maintain 
• (1| au army, susp^iuls Ibe vvn; ol hibeai 
en. pus and exercises martial law. When 
Ibe.".- thi::gs were loiiiol necessary in tlio 
rebel Slates, ibe exi.slenee o( tin- re'o.d- 
liuti was legally annoiineed in llio Kxecii- 
live proclamation in bSlJI. The end ol 
the r-.bellion ought fo W, aod may b" 
expected to be, announced by tbe com- 
petent declaration of the President or 
Congrejs, or of both, lor all practical 
purpose" tbe rebelhoti will in law i-emo 
to a- enil if ;!«» Pic'lb-nt rr Congrc^.'., 
on" or loth, ofliei'iUy nnnounc-s its t.-r- 
mination. Now s'ipjipse this anno-.jnee- 
mciit lo be niadi> by the Prosolent ami 
bvl'ongress. or by ci'.biT ol ibora to- 
morrow. In lli.it ra-o lb.' Fr.'.-ilmcn's 
Piircau ia continued, by virtue ol the 
limilatioa prescribed in the aef of .March 
;3, 1 Ni".."), one year .liter such proclamation 
stiall have been issued. Thus tb" Freed- 
Dieii's Piiroati wo'ild cintintie, by the 
original limit.ition. until th" '_'■_' 1 day ol 
February, 18l">7 — a very proper d.ty r.i 
which to bring it to an cntl. II Congrc'^s 
sho'ild find it nec.-ssary to prolong its 
existence, it can at once take the neces- 
sary steps, frr it will at that date bav 
be. h in session nearly three montlis. 

'I bo (ipeaker thought that Territorial 
governments (or seceded .States were per- 
le.-:|y impracticable. Ties was also re- 
j-.te-l by Mr. Lincoln. Say what you 
will, t' e St.Vej are alrca-ly organiz^'d in 
perlei't harmony with an .tinendi d Cumi- 
sfitution. and are, in earnest co op- ia'i'.ni 
with the Fe.leral tioverument,. It is im 
p i-sib'.e to reihico the.se States to a Ter 
riioii.i! condiiiua Congre.'s has* bid \\ 
KccoUf.tructioii Co!nuiitli.c composed ol 
filteen mtimbers, who have stopped the 
wheels of legi.^lation three months to ena- 
ble them to submit a plan different from 
that which is now on the eve of a hajipy 
consummation, and what have they given 
us? One proposed amendment to the 
Constitution to compel iLe es'duded 
States to ec[ualizc sullragc, upon jieualty 
of abridgment of representation. Tbi.s 
Was no plan of reconstruction, but merely 
an abstraction. The resolution which 
pjised the House on Tuesday last, di- 
rect ly declares that loyal representatives 
shall not be admitted from loyal States 
until Congress shall pass a law for that 
purpose, which law cannot be en.ict- 
ed without the P'-esiJent's approval, and 
which cannot be conaistenlly given in view 
of the opinions he is known to entertain. 
This resolution, then, is not a plan for 
reconstruction, but for the indctinite post- 
pom ment and delay. When the rebel- 
lion li^-gan we determined to humble ihe 



THE FIHi^T REPORT NOT 
A^OARICATUftE. 



•'cpped, but only for a tin*. The mbc 

spirit ol diiialluuiion iwutiuuci*. There 
weie men diaaiiected to iLe Ijuv- 
eriiiu. lit both in tbe North a'ld 
III thri .Soub 'I her; wa- in a poriioi 
ol Ihe Union, a peculiar instiiutioa of 
which eome complfined, aud to which 



thereby brif;({ about a rcn'oHdati'in of 
the (ioveintn-nt ',«hi h it, ifjiiliy obj-'c- 
tionnble witli a separation. [Vcifcrous 
applause ] We fird that powers ar« ai 
seined antf uCiinpted fo be "xercwed of 
a mobttxtra'irdioary c haracfe:'. It seems 
that g'jvernmt nis miy be rcvjiufioniied. 



others were attached. One portion of j governments at Icust may tc cWgfd, 
our countrymen in the South advoeat»-d j without going ibi. ughthe strife of battle, 
that institution, while another portion in I I believe it is a fad. atteste 1 in history, 
the North opposed it. The result was , that tomctimes revolutions most disas- 
the formation of extreme partiea— one j trous to the pe-ple a-e ifTe. ted without 
especially in tbe South, which reached a , the shedding of blood. The lub.tinre of 
point at which it was proposed to tin- | your governm. i,< mnv be taken awar 



dlSHEVOLUTlONARYHAHANGUK 



The U< publ'cnn f 'riy ii ihorN. 



BY A DIAIPJTOHY. 



solve tb<^ Union of tbe Ktates, for the 
l>uriiuse, as was s id, of securing and 
preserving that peculiar institution. There 
was another portion of our countrymen 



hi!e the form and Ihe »hado'» remain io 
you. What is now b.-ing promiset).!' 
We find that iu point of la.t n.-arly all the 
powers of the government are assumed 



bo were opposed to that institution, and I by an irresponsible central directory, 
who went to such an extreme that they which does not even consult thu legisla- 
were. willing to break up the GovernineDt | tive or the e.veciitive departments of the 
in order to get clear of that p' culiar in- : government, by resolutions reported from 
stitntion erf Ihe South. ! say these things a ttommiltee, iu whom it retm- ♦hiit,prac 
because I desire lo talk plainly and in lit .illy, th^ legislative p iwer A tbe guv- 



MOMETARY. 

.' B/ Teltgrij,'!. I 
!S«ir l'«r% n<Mi«T Wuikat. 

Ntw Voi.it, ii-i. ,]. 

Ou.du ohade tirmiir , opening at l-Vji, ad- 
vanrioj: to liTjl, and circling at 136i. 

Money active and firm at 7 per c«it Stcr 
ling quiit ttt lObJo, iijHi. 



T 



licit LLLlUi^. 



I.\ 



2J. — I h. re ivai a 

■ s Theatre to i|ay. 

' 'ill's poll y, the 

lb" fullest capac- 

. f persons were 

rtlit.l.s. Allll.og 

'gooieiy I!', lir, S 

, Iteprenentaltves 



le^'ils. We have humbled them and 
broufjht them back with humiliation and 
repentance, suing for restoration. The 
popular voice was that all members of the 
family, however prodigal they had been, 
would be received at the family board. 
These efforts at reconstruction, then, are 
as impracticable as I think they are vi- 
cious. No State can keep itself out of 
tbe Union, or keep itself in a territorial 
condition under the Union. The States, 
while in the Union, cannot be taken or 
kept out of it. The laws of States that 
are in the Union cannot keep any States 
that are outside from coming in. Con 
gress is habitually inclined to this experi- 
ment. It hesitated about Michigan and 
Missouri ; reeled and staggered over Tax- 
us and California, and convulsed the na- 
tion about Kansas ; yet they are all in the 
Union, all happy, all loya'. How many 
committees ol conference did we have — 
how many joint resolutions denying that 
Congress ever would consent to the ad- 
mission of such unwelcome intruders ? 
How many compromises securing guar- 
antees for freedom and for slavery were 
broken aud scattered, when, one after 
another, these States came ia as if by a 
headlong thrust, and hurled by Almighty 
Providence, who was determined that tbe 
people of this continent shall not be 
many discordant nations, but one united 
nation. The Joint Committee of Fif- 
teen, in 1849. succeeded in excluding 
California for eight month", until a ninjor 
ity el the nation should compromise and 
silence forever the debate upon slavery. 
The compromise was by its termn to be 
perpetnal. Tbe compromise of 18.-i0 lin- 
gered five years anl then perishe.l, giv 
ing place to the now happily eonsumiuHted 
adjustment of the slavery ipiestion by tbe 
(tomplete abrogation ol that institution. 
When I left Congress in IfeHl, commit 
tees and conventions demimled Mtipula- 
tions that the fetters bo put on New Mex 
ico, Nevada and Colorado. You .an 
nevitr keep Slates out ol Ibis Union If 
ever this thing gf keeping out by joint 
resolutions ol Congress eould havi b'a.l n 
<:han'e ol permanent siioees.s, that time 
bat passed awa). No State has ev.-r 
been hindereil in coming into the Unii'n 
ex<;ept on fpieslions ol Alritan b on'lag ••, 
which has now gi n t to the d -gi. and 
surely finished. No Stat., will .-ver here.- 
afler be hindered with Ih.i Itnuwb d;.;.- <d 
coming into lb; Union on tbe ground ol 
slavery. It is agravi-orror to suppose tbe 
tend, ney I have d- s.ribe.l ba-< arn-- 
thing alarming in it A lerntorv warit.s 
t<) be a State becaus.' it. is a pb'asant and 
a good thing lo posse.ss tin; privile;;c ol a 
State. I weuld not keep States in a Ter- 
ritorial condition any longer than coui- 
pelled to. In tbe beginning, practi.'allv. 
every State had slavery. We abolished 
it in som>; States without disorder, and 
when slaviry raised itsell in opposition to 
the government, we deslroyed it alto- 
gether. Wc havt; done all this in ninety 
years without an impi;rial government or 
pro-consular territorial system, but in the 
Executive without imp -rial legions. 

Tbe meeting was also addre-sed by 
Postmaster (leneral Dennisoii, Ileniy.F. 
Raymond, Francis 15. (Jutting, I).iiiiel S. 
Dickinson and (ieorge Opdyke, and dis- 
persed at a late hour. 

■uilroad Waahol a«uv 

Ai.iivN V, Fell. jr,. 
About 100 feet of the high .embank- 
ment on the Saratoga railroad, about halt 
a mile northeast of Saratoga, wash.^<4 
away Sunday morning. It will pmbably 
take several days to repair it. In tbe 
mean time trains meet, and change pns 
sengers at the break. 

»_»-♦.»-♦. 

—The Union Slate Central Commiltoe 
of California adopted resolutions deprecating 
ft (.reach between the President and Congress, 
in favor of protection to Frecdmcn, and a be- 
lief that the President will remain true. fic. 



Tlie iUfcliii;; at >V:iisliitiKt«iii 

\VA.s>lll.NeiH).\. Fe''. 
mnss laeeti ij» at (i.ov. 
in sufiport ol tbe Pie^ 
edifice being crowi. d ■ 
ity. .\ large nnteb r 
nddr.-^scil (ie>ni »iit-:.' 
th.i sp;'ak<-rs were M. •■ 
S. C..S-, iFud;;.- !( 1111)1 ' 

Sniitli ami Trirubb; ol K-ntn.-kv. Fiogetn 
ol N.'W .leiH-y, nti 1 S. Mi»iir< iien-iricks, 
Mel)oii;;all and Wilb* . Tlo- prim ipal 
iiieeliii^ wa.s pre«i'li'il .ivc. be Phillip ,\ 
l"'-n.!all. ill.- obi .s| nit'.idiei- „) (|„. \V;iv),. 
ingi.Mi bar. A n r.es of i<'..oliilit>iiH were 
(lasscd sltyngly approving tb.- <o<i|'si^ 
adopted by Ihe Pre^'.ient, aiol calling 
upofi eilrz.'n" of evry .sliab: ol political 
opinion to stanil by ihi. j'l liej ad'>pleil 
by I. '01 

A' till- c!ose .if 'h .efiri'r n proc <'s- 

sir.'i wa.i fort'itd. .-n'' ^.1. ,•■.(!(..) to ll..- 
open spice i'l Irotti ot w.- iiorlji portico 
of tb I'xecutive in ins W, and a I'oiiiniif 
te." i!.-livered lo the Pr-Md-n' tb-. resnlii- 
ti..n" a.loptc'l by lint nic^ling. Tbo Pres- 
id.iit soo-i inailejiis .appc'rui!. o, and met 
wiili an cntliMi ..stic rec: ption. 

W.isiiiMiTiiN, Feb 22. 

[Kcpoitcd expressly lor tbe ('lii.'a'.:i) Bt 
piii'Vi.iti in sknn lianil, I.' .ilr. Murpliv, one 
of jlie oflicial reporters . 1 tiic FnitedStntes 
Sinaie, and ci;nduc!ors of He Reporter'^ 

Mr. P 11. Fen bill, i.i ."nfrod.i'ing tbe 
I're.^idenl, sai.l ; 

Fiti.LKW en iZF.xs- I am one bt the 
committee wiiicli. oii bet. alt of the people 
of I lie District o Columi.ia. has just waited 
on Ibe Pie^i'IcM .•! ilie. Unit.'d States to 
present to him t'..- re.t .Iniions adnjited by 
the m.'.'tirg b.dd f.i day - Tbe e.immittee 
rnju. sed th" Presidei" to pres-'ni him- 
sell to _\ou to ,'-,iv.! .'xpres-ion to bis sen- 
linieiit.4, an<l Le bis ;teci.r«!ingly come out 
to do so. 

The President, as he ap|ieared, was 
received with enthusiastic and ling eon- 
ue i ::pp!iuse. W'h.'n i' hul subsided le 
spoke 6 follows : 



Fin. LOW <'in/.b.ss t-r i pres'jnic I 
have a right to adp'r's )i.u as such: I 
com.' to tend ryou i.oy .sincere iLanks for 
the approbation c>prefscd by your com- 
mittee in their personal addresses, and in 
the resolutions submitted by them as hav- 
ing been adopted bv n " apveting which 
has been held in fbi ■ i j t'> day. 

Thc.-e rcsolutio..;-, aV I ander.staid 
them, ate couiplimeiaaty to the policy 
which has been r.doptcvl by tbe Adminis- 
tration, and has been steadily pursued 
since i' came into power. 1 am free to 
say to you on Ibis occasion that it is e.\- 
tremely gtatilying to me to know tbtit so 
large a portion of my fellow citizens ap- 
prove and endorse the policy which has 
been adop'ed, and which it \< my inten- 
tion shall be carried o'lt. [(Jreat ap- 
plause ] That policy is one whi-'h is in- 
tended to restore all the States to their 
orig-nnl relations to the Federal Govein- 
men- o( th.; United States. [Renewed 
applause.] This ecL-mi to be a day pe- 
culiarly appropriat.': for such a 
manifestation; it n the day that 
gave birth lo that man who, more 
perhaps than any other, founded this 
government ; it is the day that gave birth 
to the father ol our country ; it is the day 
that gave birth to him who presided over 
that body which formed the Constitution 
under which all the States enteicl into 
this glorious confederacy. Such a day is 
peculiarly appropriate for ih'.' indorse- 
ment of a policy whose o: jcf is tbe res 
toration ot the Union of ihe States t'.s it 
was designed by tbefath-.r of his .-.luritrv 
[Applause.] Washington, wb.i'e rase 
this city bears, is cubalmed in th- ie atts 
of all who love freeguvernmti'.i . Wa.sb- 
iigtoii, fn the language of hj, e :' iTJaf, 
was first iu war, first in peace, and "tiist 
in Ihe hi'arts ol his country men, No peo- 
ple can claim him. No nation can ap- 
propriate him. His reputation is coiu- 
meneuraie with Ihe civilized world, and 
his name is the common property of all 
those who love free government. To- 
day I had the pleasure of visiting 
an association who have been devo- 
ting their efforts to the completion of 
tbe monument whiub is being erected to 
his name. I was proud to meet Ihem, 
and, so far as 1 could, to give them my 
inlluenee and ccnnlenancc in aid ol tbe 
work they hive untertaken. That mon- 
ument j»!i'c'i is i'eiiig erected to him wLo. 

I may say, louii.b'd tbe gove'ument, is 
almost within the Ibiow of a stone of the 
spot from which I ad.Iresa vou. Let it 
b.; completed. [Applanse.] Let Ih'.fe. 
v.irious blocks wliieb tb.; .Siate-i, and in- 
dividu ::|s, and aseo'-iations, and corpora- 
tions have (.ut in that monument, as 
pi. dpos f f their love lor this Union, be 
preservc'l; ami let the work be ac 'otn 
plished. In this connection l.'t me reler 
to the bio. 'k from my own Stale— (rod 
ble.sshcr [applause] — which has .sfruggl td 
lor the pres'eivatioii of this Union in the 
fii bl and in tin cmiieils of the nation, and 
whi.'b is now struggling to renew 
her nlatiois with this goveinmenf 
that vm. ii.iennpied by a learlul in 
belli.iii. She i'l now Struggling lo reo. w 
ibose relations, .•ml to take her aland 
whcr,. ^b.^ ba.l.-verstoo'i since 179t;. until 
this rcb.dlion broke out. [tireat ap 
pUiise] L--» me repeat the sentiment 
tbif lli.ii State has ins.ribed upon the 
stone which sle has .leposited in that 
monument td fieedoni which is bciii.' 
raised in conimeniuiation of Washington 
She is struggling to g. t bick into the 
Union, and to stand fiy Ihe sentiment 
which is there inscribed,' and she is will 
ing to sustain if. What is it ? It \s the 
sefttiuieiit which was enunciated by her 
diolingui-hed son, Ihe immortal, dlustfi- 
ous .lacksou : " "J he Fitderal Union : if 
must b.i preserved." [IJreat applause J 

II it wore possible for the ohl man, whose 
statue, is now before u.i, and whose por- 
trate is beside iiic in th-! I'^.xeeutive man- 
sion, and whose sentiiiienl i.s thus pre- 
served ill that monument in your vi..'inity, 
to be called fiirtli f ri in Ihe "rave; or 
if It were possible lo cjiuinunieati' 
with the spirit ol Ibe illustrious 
•lead an.l mate him nndcrnlnnd the 
jtrogress of f'iCiioii and of rebellion and 
treason, he woubl turn ovi^r in his colfin 
and hi would ri.se, .uid shaking off I hi' 
habiliments ol the tomb, would again 
stand erect, and exl.-nd lortb his long 
arm and finger and i. itrrale that senti- 
ment once expressed bv him on a memo- 
rable occasion t "The Federal Union t it 
must be preserved."' fUreat applause.] 



c 



have witnessed what bis Iraii'pii.-d 
since his iVxy, in }HX\ \Vh,.n treas.in 



and lieaebory and itdi-lelity to the (iov 
eroment and the Constitution of the 
United Slates stn'.ked (orth in the latid, it 
was his power and inlluenee that cruslntd 



the serpent in its mcipieney. ft res tb-.s ( hinds of a few :it Ibe FederiJl hest|, and 



lamiliar i-brafeology. I assume tiotbing 
here to day beyond tbe position ol a eiti- 
zi'ii. one who has been pleading lor his 
country and the preservation of tbe Con- 
stiiiitioii. [loimense cheering.] 

These two parties, I say, were arrayed 
against each other, and 1 stand here be- 
fore you for the Union to day, as I stood 
in the Senate of Ibe United States in 1860 
and 18G1. I met there those who were 
making war upon the eonstitutirn, those 
who wanted to disrupt tbe government, 
and I denooneed them in my place, then 
and there, and exposed their true-charac- 
ter. I said tqat those who were engaged 
in Ihe work ol breaking up the govern- 
ment were traitors. I have never ceased, 
on nil proper ocuasions, to repeat that 
sentiment, ami so far as my elTorts could 
go. I lave endeavorci to carry it out. 
[(ir.-'it applause] I have j'jst remarked 
that lb. re wen; two par ies, one of which 
was lor destroying the government and 
separating the Union, in order to preserve 
slavery, and the other for breaking up the 
government in order to destroy slavery. 
True, Ihe objects they sought, lo ae.^om- 
plisb were dilf'erent, so far as slavery was 
eonii rued, but they agretnl in the desire 
to break up Ihe government — the precise 
thing to which I have always been op- 
posed ; ami whether disuaioiiists eoun- 
from Ibe South or Irom the North, i stand 
now as I ilid Iben, vindicating the Union 
of these State's and tbe Constitution of my 
eountry. [Tremendous applause.] 
Win n relM'llion .%nd treason manilest4'i| 
tliem.selves in Ihe South, I stood by th.' 
frov.-mnient. I said then that I was for 
the Union witJi slavery. I was for t Ihi 
Union without slavery ; in either alternn- 
live I was lor my government and its 
(Jonstitution. Tbe government has 
stret'th -d forth its st.-ong arm. and with 
its physical power it has put .lown trea- 
son 111 the field. The section ol the conn 
try winch t len arrayed ii*elt aga'ust the 
government hps btwn put down by the 
strong arm. What did we say wheH this 
treason originated ? We said. ''No com- 
promise. Y'ou yourselves in Ihe South 
can settle Ibis rpiestion in eight and forty 
hours " 

1 8H«I Hgain and again, and I repeat it 
now, "Disband your armies in Ihe South, 
acknowledge the supremacy of the Con- 
stitution nl tbe United Sta'es, acknowl- 
edge the duty of obedience to the Uws 
and the whole question is settled."' [Ap- 
plause.] What has been done since!-' 
Their armies have been disbanded, and 
they .-oino forward now in a proper s[iirit 
and say. '"We were mistaken We 
madi> an itfort to carry out tbe dctrire 
of sec 'ssion, and to dissolvu this Union. 
In that we have failed. We have traceil 
this doctrine lo its logical ard pbyii-al 
resul's, and we find that we were uiisla 
ken. We acknowledge the llag ol our 
country, ami ar.' willing to obey the con- 
stitntion, and tl yield to the snpremicy 
of tb.; laws." [(ireat applaus...] Com- 
ing ill liiat f pint I say I > thitii. When 
you inve loiiiplted wiih the r. ij ,ircmenls 
of the ••nnstilutio.i, whin you have yield- 
ed lo tbe law. when yon have acknowl- 
edged your allegiance to the constitution, 
I will, .so far as I can, open the .loor ol 
the Union lo those who had erred and 
straved Irom the fold of their fathers for 
a time. [Great applause.] 

Who suffered more by tbe rebellion 
than 1 lr*ve ? I shall not lepcit tbe story 
of the wrongs and sufferings inflicted up- 
on mc The spirit of revenge is not the 
spirit in which to deal with a whole peo- 
ple 1 Allow there has been a great deal 
said about the exercise of the par'lening 
power. So far as your Executive is con- 
cern.'d. there is no one who has labored 
with more earnestness than myself to have 
the principal, intelligent and conscious 
traitors brought to justice, the law vindi 
cated, and the great fact judicicusiy es- 
tablished that treason is a crime. [Ap- 
plause] But while conscious, leading 
and intelligent traitors are to be pun- 
iseed, should whole communtties and 
States and peoples be mide lo submit to 
the penalty of death? ["No, no."] I 
have perhaps as much aspen y and as 
mucb re- eiilmcnt as men ought to have, 
but wc must reason in grea' matters cl 
L^overrraeot about man as h : is. 

We must conform cur actions aod our 
conduct to tbe example of 11 im who iound- 
ed our h. ly religion. Not that I would 
make su h a comparison on this occasion, 
in any p rs .<nal respect I came into this 
plice uiiiter the Constitution of my cuuu 
try, and by the approbaiion of the peo- 
ple, and what did 1 find ? I ton id ci;;ht 
mdlions of people who were, in fact, c )n- 
demned under tbe hw, and the penalty 
was death. Was I to yield to »':c sj.irit 
ol revenge and resentment, ana declare 
that they should all be annihilau>d and de- 
stroyed? How d Qnrent would this have 
been from the example set by the holy 
Founder of our religion, the extremes of 
whose divine arch rests upon the horizon, 
and whose span embraces th*! universe 
He who iounded this great scheme came 
int« the world an<i lonnd man condemned 
uioler the law, and his f-enlcnc**. was 
death; what was his 'xampb? Insttad of 
putting tbe world or even a nation to 
death, he died npon the cross, attesting 
by bis wounds and his blood that he died 
that mankind might live. [(>reat ap- 
plaiB'.] Let those who have erred re- 
pent ; let them acknowledge their alle- 
giance; let th'-in become loyal, willing 
supporters and defenders ol oir glorious 
stripes and Htars and oneoflhecotinstitii- 
tion of our coiin'ry. Let the leaders, 
the cons'-ious, intelligent traitors, be pun- 
ished, and be subjeeteil lo thu penalties 
ol the law. [Applause ] But to the 
gnat mass who have been forced into Ibis 
rebellion, in many instances, and in oth- 
ers, have been misled, I gay leniency, 
kindness, trust and confidence. [Great 
applausa ] 

My counlryinen, when I look back 
over Ihe history of the rebellion, I am 
not vain when I a k }uu il I have not 
given as mu h evidun- e ul ui- devuliuu to 
the Union as some who croak a great deal 
about it ? When I look back over the 
battle fields of tbe rebellion, 1 think ol 
the many brave men in whose company I 
was. I cannot but recollect that I was 
somctimt;s in placca where Iho eonffut 
was most dilficult.fand the result most 
doubtful. But almost before ibo smoke 
has pass- .1 away, almost belore the blood 
that has been shed has done recking, be- 
fore tbe bodies of tbe slain have passed 
through the stagers of decouiposition, 
what ilo we now find ? The rebellion baa 
been put down by the strong arm of the 
(Tovernnient in The field ; but it that the 
only way in which you can have rebellion ? 
Our struggle was against an iillempt to 
di.- sever the Union; but almost belore tlie 
smoke cf tbe battle-field has passed awav, 
be'ore our brave men have returned to 
their homes and renewed tbo ties.-l affec- 
tion and love to their wives and their 
children, we find almost another rebellion 
inaugurated. Wo put down the fornur 
rebellion in order to prevent the separa- 
tion ol the States, to prevent them from 
lliiig off, and thereby changing tbo 
.liaracter of cur (rovernment, and weak- 
ening its power ; but when that struggle 
on our part has been luccessful, and that 
attempt b«s been put down, wo find now 
an effort to concentrate all power io tbe 



ernment is n .w vested, tb<t gr- 4^ ;..-ir.ei- 
pie ol Ibe ..tjn'iitutioii wlic'i »uIIi'>'!Z»-b 
and empowers < a b branch of the legisla- 
tive d'-partm- ■.■ <.| il.e ,S"na'e ami House 
of Represenlativ. B lo ju-'g- lor it^ell ol the 
election, returiiK and .pi ilili. ations of it..« 
own ineml>eih has been vtif 'filly fiik-'naway 
from the two branches of tb< legisU'ive 
department of the (lovernment, and con- 
ferred upon a committee who loust report 
before either House' c-m ac under the 
Constitution as to .-ccepting the mem- 
bers who are to take th.; r sei's as .nm- 
ponent parts of the respec'ive b-,.lies 
By this rule it is aisume I that tliere mu.st 
be laws paused re'Ogi.iz'ng a S'at.. as in 
the Union, or its praitti.'nl relations to the 
Union as rewtored, before the respe.-tive 
Houses ui^er the Constitution can judge 
of the electron, rdfums, and qu'ilifi.-atiotis 
of their own mernbers. What a podtion 
is that I You slrnggb-il (or four years to 
|>ut down a r.'bellion. Yon di t.ied in the 
beginning of the struggle th-t* atiy iState 
could go out of th" L'nion. You said 
that it had neitberlh.' right noi the power 
to do so. The issue was intde. aijil ;t 
has been settled that Ibo Stai.-s had nei- 
ther Ibe right n<>r the jiotier to go 
Otit ol Ihe Union. With wb.t e.jnsistrin- 
cy, aftr r it has br. n settlcl by tbe mili- 
tary arm ol 111.; (I'ov.-rnuicnt md b\- the i 
piibli'- jiideini-nl Iha' the Slates hail no 
right lo go out ol the Unicoi, .-jh any one 
now turn roun.l -;n.l as-iutin; ihnt they are 
ou', that they sh.ill not eoine in':' | ani 
free fo stiy to yioi, a.t your l-ixi .-itive, 
that I .-'.III not prepared to take any sm-h 
position [(ircai .applause J I lai.l in the 
Senate, in the very iueepfion n( Ibis re- 
bellion, that the States liiil no -ipbtlogo 
Out. 1 assertc'l too, that they bid no 
power to go ctr. That .j'lestion having 
been settl'jd, and it bi'iiig settled, I can- 
not turn round riow, an.l give the lie di- 
r.'(-t to all th.t 1 have professed, and s!l 
I have .lone (orth-; la.st five ye»rs. [Ap- 
plause.] Even those who r.^b.-lb-d .-om- 
ply with the CoP'.ti'ution when tbeveive 
sulBi ienl evidence of loyalty. 

11. le comes in ihit poitio i of Ihe 
spec, h which was prinied iu Sattirday 
m-orning's PitK.s.-s. 

Iii£tea'l ol saying of Forney, I do not 
waste toy ammuLitiun oti a dead buck,' 
the President said "ducks.'" Otherwise 
the report is ceaily correct, ami doe,5 not 
require to be ri'piinled — Ed. I'ltESS. 

I'he policy that I aui now pursuing was 
pur-ued b) inc u...l..'r bis a Immistcatiou, 
1 having bce.n uppoii.tci by him in a par- 
iiculiir poMiiou lor that v ry purpose. 
Inscrutable ProvidHm-e .«sw proper to re- 
inovi; him from this to I trust a better 
world, and I came into bis pUc.>. and 
there is not a priocij-le ol his iu rcicrec.-c 
to the restoration of the Union fi'om which 
I have departed. [None, noni J Then 
tbe war is not simply upon me, but it. is 
upon my predecessor also. I jave tried 
lo do my duty. I know that -oine are 
envious and jealous, and speak of the 
While -House as having attrnctions for 
the President. I^et me say ti you, the 
charms of tbe White House hav e as little 
influence upon me as upon any ndividual 
in tliifl country, and much less upon me 
than upon those who are talking; about it. 
The little that I eat and wear does not 
amount to much, and the difference be- 
tween what is enough to sustain me 
and my little family — it is very 
small, for I am not kin to many folks by- 
consanguinity, though by alfinit;,- lamkin 
to everybody —Ibe difference between the 
little that tuiUces for my etoinach and 
back, aud more than enough, has no 
charms lor me. The proud and conscious 
satisfaction of having performed my du- 
ty to my country, to my children, and to 
the inner man, is all the reward I ask. 
[Great applause.] In conclusion, let me 
ask this vast concourse here to-day, this 
sea of upturned faces, to come with me, 
or I will go with you, and stand arouncl 
tbe constitution of our country. It is 
again unfolded ; the people are invited to 
read and uudcrstand ; to sus'ain and 
maintain ita provisions. Lc. us stand by 
the coustiiutioQ of our fathers, 
though the heavens tlemselves 
should fail. Though laciion luay rage, 
though tauuts and jeers may come, though 
abuse and vituptratiou may be poured 
out in tbe most violent form, I mean to 
be found s'auding by the Constitution of 
my country. Stand by the Constitution 
as tbe chief t ik of our safety, as the pal- 
ladium of our civil and our religious lib- 
erty. Yes, let us cling to It as the man- 
ner clings to the last plank when tbe night 
and the temiiest ciose arotind bim. Ac- 
cept my thauks, my countrymer. for the 
indulgence you have extended to me 
while submitting to you extcmp>)raueous- 
ly, and perhaps incoherently, the re- 
marks wLi'.:h 1 have now maJe. Let 
us go away, lorg;;ttiiig the |;.ast, and 
lo'.ikifig to the future, resolved to endea- 
vor lo restor'; our (Tovernjner.t to is 
|irisline purity, irusling in Him who is en 
high, but who controls all bete below, 
that ere long our Union will be reston d, 
and that we shall have peace, not on!v 
with all the nations of he earth, but peace 
and good will among all parts ol tbe peo- 
ple of the United States. 1 thank you 
for Ihe respect jou hiVv' ni;»nife«!cd to me 
on this occasion, and if the t ine ^bal( 
come during the period ol my existence, 
when the country is to b.; dcsfr.iyed and 
its government overturned, if you will 
lookout you will find the humble indiviil- 
iial who stands belore you, with you. en- 
deavnring lo avert its linal dcftruction. 

The President retired amid it perfect 
storm ofappLause. 



Jlew Yark m»»tU HMrkct. 

Mkw Yoax, Fell iit. 

Sto ^s .ipcuM higher, but are lower tince 
iKj^ir.l. Money on call at 7 per cent, and ac 
tive. C.&H I. i<i;i|, Hndsrm 103; Rerdiog 
100 i M S. CHJ ; C & v. 7Gi ; C. & N. W. 77| 

SKCUA'O UlSI'ATCa. 

Ntw YoliK, Feb. 26—7 :15 r. u. 
(jovcrnment stocks witboat de<"idcd change. 

I Freights to Liverpool .jniet and scarcely so 

1 Arm. 

I Weekly tiank statement loans §130,776,206 ; 
decrease »3.2»2,0.32i specie tU,21'2,r«.5I ; io- 
crcs'e 53.»o4,.'iC^3; cirenl.:ti ,n 9t2;m,9\H; de- 
cr<aise »i'{ .'1.56 ; legal t?nder fOl 602.726 : de- 
CT«i.-e *i...33.!t.y«; deposit* »ltt3.24.i.404: d" 
cria e j>-i,i5i'',.8 6. hiocki vtry fctrong; 7-30'« 
1 8t s-nifs, '.•■..; : t;-j itf-ies 90' ; N. Y. St«:e 7"«, 
boiintv loan, :nl ; r, & M. ccrtifleatcs 25} ; N'. 
Y. fl-'J : Comb, t.ref. rre.l. 4tJ ; W. I'. Tef. 65; 
Kri- Hil . H.ids'.n isj -. Re.-.dmi' lOftA; M. S. 
!>':i;U. I.IOJJ;!. W.92J. 

1 be CoMMerciar» mon'-y arti':le contains 
Ihef'dlowiiig: Th.; money market exhibits 
syrai.toni* of le.-ui-.-rv fr.m tbe depression 
produced last weeic by the Treasurv gold 
ttansaetions. This momiag ihe ia'(uiry is 
lebS aeiive b.r call loans, atid applications are 
generally met !it 7 per cent. Sir«jet Ixjrrowcrs, 
•Kjwcvcr. areacc jnmodatedat the expense fjf 
s«llels <.f papi'r. The banks are diseoantiog 
very little, and sn increased ainoontof pa!)er 
is cooM;qaentiy thrown upon tbe street. This 
iT<0''eiueut iit nflecie.l in a decreaM of loans, 
:-.s shown bv the l.int. s' htatt-ment, atu'iun'ing 
to §3.292,')-52. The rate"! of discount are con- 
seqnentlv JtVl per cent hicher. 



CIMSMaiCiXkW. »■•« 

Umi t, y-al fHi Beijiona «./ / ci Mtflvar. u. . 
eaa be foena for a f<>* we<;ki< at t!..* <rftc.; ol 
MOItUAV k, Me.'U>t;0, .\o. 11>I TMrJ »tr««(, 
St. I*a»l, K?; -i ; bo«r», Vi «..«i lo i p.m., wIim* 
he wUi b« ymtvf to *«4 thote stin w« tfetliMi* 
ol iavMtirjt la Oil L-ft-ti a^d O..' JnUrttU, 
tai to g1< c lofonstUtfa la refn-^i^- t4 M fM«- 
duetijBs aa-l its looaUtie«. 

* Hfeamt MeNK.VTir. - 
IhitlHi lu (liLauthMMl 4.11 ri.t<r ■-•.-, Htkol* 
Cltr, \ euvngo oaaty, P». 
Et. Pa-;!, ifiaa., V<t>. AtU, !••--.. 

lab(ia-4».-tKiifrtwtwU* 



WHAT 



JVew I'vrk <:•(*•■ Market. 

New Yorx, Feb. 2<;. 
C'Hivn more active at 44(<»' 1-5 for middling 

commercialT 

I iiy Tei,.|;rspb.j 

Nkw Yohk, Feb. 'iO. 
Flour dull no'l dr<.r.pifip for inferior and 
steady formiddtiug; «;.7C extra; ftS.Ot'f^/ ij 50 

Gkvisi. — Wheat dull and common grades 
.InM.pin^': 00 .pi.'titions. Com l(^icb-Vier, 
more uetive at 7-''^7.5 nnsound, ami 7r.(//'s() 
sonii.l mixed Western. Oais steady; 3!>^43 
un-ou'jd ; .51(" ;> sound Wuitem. 

I'.irk firmer at y.'7.72'?iS 37 for new idcss, 
elosini.' ttTiK "7 rointlHr. and .«.>8 nOCnrtS 2f> old. 

l>ird uuehaii-'cd at i7{;iJ'Ji. 

I"r»'*sed h'.;'s .|iiiet at ij'{('" 131 Western. 

Whiskey v.-rv linn at 9-/ 4\ for old ; new 
n.iniiuai ai S'J.'i'ti.. J 27. 

rctroleum ipiict. 

SKroXlt IHSrATClt. 

New YoiiK, Feb. 2C— 7 l-i i-. m. 

Ffoar. cjiiite moderate demand and wiiboul 
dei-idcd change ; inferior .juite heavy ; |7 WH^ 
7.7U extra st.iie; &^s,00C»8 •>(» extra U. H. U., 
an.l ?s.'^',';a !Ii 7-0 irailc Ijrands, closing dull 

Peiroleum dull; 29 crude and 4?g46 re- 
fined in lion. I. • 

Cotr..cdull. 

Molas'es uuil; New Orleans 9^110 new; 
P. R. 8d. 



ISCTUIfEKIiLLDO. 



If five4, it «iil acoare y.a a po?te7 for 
•lyMhi ttioNRWTORR ar-;iDEXTAL nr- 

S'JUAWCE 'JOHPAWr. 

X. ■. B. KCBBBVC ■..«(:'«, 

at Morjr&c li McCiuu^'f. 'iliirC-tt. 

HTTpAIL MleSICU sot lEH . 



VOC-41/ Ac INSTHl,MBNTAL 
CONCERT. 



■Sag.-ir more active ; Cuba muse, 10}13. 

Pork tirrncr; *27 7-5(:(.28 -37 new mess, clos- 
ing *.'S37 reirular; ^.tj 00(5 2S.2.5 old do.; 
«20 -XKT' :!* 7-i prime, and fiti.OO 2.3 .50 prime 
mess; also tj'VX) bbl«. new mesa for March, 
April and M iv, buyers and sellers option at 
{J27.7-5(g2S 60. 

Beef steady ; 16(5 20 new plain mess. 

Beef h ims qniet at 41 00(J.51 50. 

Cut m.ats unchanged; ll3('frl2J shoulders, 
an.l 17(21^4 hams. ~' 

Bacon JutJ; Cumberland cuts 1.5i(n l.if. 

Pressed h.igs .luiet; 12J(5^13i Western, and 
13^ojU4 city. 

Lrrd unchanged , 17(« ISj. 

Butter qaiel at 2^42 Ubio, and 33(S43 
•Suae. 

Cheese steady at 16(«22. 



D I K D . 

In til! c:tv, on tlie -jid jn»t . of nujck con- 
Munptioo, HUs MIKEKVA VAN' I/Dt>EN. in 

the tiglit.'cnth yf .ir of tier age, 
tit I', t.-r ;.a;or< pleafc copy. 



• « • ■ > 



Anolhrr t'airri* Wai. 

• Ni.\v York. Feb 'J.j 

Capetown a.lvices lo January 1:1b re- 
ceive<l. The Basuto w.ir is continued. 
The army ot the free Slat.. w..,s uieltiii.', 
away by desertions, and lb" jr- i-p. I.s f.l a 
new .Stall; dismal, the longh r. miIis of 
years of hostilities. Th>- Bs-i -.'.. have 
returned to fortify Ihemselvi s i- impreg 
liable positions, unassailable will out irain- 
ed troops. Every important in.ii \x\n in 
the country being fortificl. Tl' ■ U.i.sutos 
have already commenced raids, and there 
was danger ol them overrunning tl c whole 
country by successful raids, it \»a.. un- 
derstood a levy en ni l's of tbe people 
would be attempted as a la^t r. nurse 
ajtaiust the Basutos. Shirmislii .', buw- 
evcr, occurred in which six ol ibe latter 
were killed and IHH) horses, eitlc and 
sheep captured. 



FK09I NCn YOKIa. 

Arralarwd for aifalins: nnnsla. 

Ntvv YoKK, Feb. '2G. 
Luther S. Lawrence, a banker ; Henry 
C. Lyon and cipeni;cr Psticrs, were ar- 
ranged belore .lust ice Dowliiiij, at tbo 
Tombs, this moniing, on a ('har,4e ot hav- 
ing stolen (3,000 United Static bonds. 
The bonds were stolen from lie pocket 
of Mr. Swiuburu, in .luno, ISO,'!. Some 
of the stolen bonds were found in Mr. 
Lawrence's olfico. He alleges he pur- 
chased Ihum from Lyon, who, upon being 
Arrested, gave information which led to 
the arrest of Pcttcrs. 



AUCTION SALE AT ANDKA. 

Fairchlia & Co., or 8t. Pail, 

will commenc the rale ol a ttock of 

ay-vy GK>ocls, Olothing- 

JOOTS & SILOES. 

At Anoka on THUBSOAY next, at 10 a.m., 
and continue until a'.i i « sold. 
£alo al thu Eloreroom adijlaing lb.' Drag 



St'T'. 

f b.. 



FAKRCUILD-* C». 



THB rtHII,»BK« AHB jtl.1, 
i>INGINt> the chtrmiog songs coataiaed tn 
Ihe "Merry Chime-,' L. O. I'mereou'i. new and 
populur book of .TuvenM- Hafiic, containing 
nearly two hundred piece". every one a favorite. 
Host decidedly the t>e«t collectioo pubUehed. and 
f.-ilIowiDK in the path of its predeccsfor, ''The 
Qolden Wresth," of which no less than a quar- 
ter of a miUion copiei< h%ve been printed. Price 
50 ceotf, .sont peet.[.aid. 

OI.IVKB DITSON II CO., 
Publishers, 877 Washington street, Bsctoa. 

HrncK CH9KMS ABB aATl*- 

MEDtbat the best B -ok ft>r their use Is the 
"Harp of .ludi.h." by L. O. Knersoa. L«ttvr« 
from »ll directions confirm the opinion that no 
ooUec'ion of church maMc receatiy published 
bai eiv.'n m-h p:>nsral satisbrtion. Choirs 
most fastidi.-'us lU ibetr ta^tei^, and having tlie 
r«pttt»tion of being "verj- hard lo please," nave 
acknowledged the "Barp of Judab" to be juM 
the book they want. Prtc, $1 tjs prr co-y. tl2 
a doz^n. (IMVUK DITSON * O.l., 

Pu^•li^h•r^, ;;r7 W<-isbington strret. Boston. 
feb27-tch 

STATB OF 1IIKI«BBS«TA— C«irB- 
IV OK BAM.s>hY— PUUBATECOCRr. 

In the matter of the estate cf John W, Cath- 
cai-t, dpc«»sed. 

To all irhnm il miy cone- rn 

Notice Is hereby given that we, the snbscrilx«r», 
were, on the tiSth day ol February, a. p. \gM, 
tppointed and commissioned by the Hoo. K. F. 
Crowell, Judge oi the Probate Coart of said 
Bameey ciiunty. coamissioners to receive, ex- 
amine and ;idj I't :.1I cUim> and demands of kli 
poreons agaiuft t^e said d.>ceased: that six 
months from and after uid day of appointment 
have l.een all I and limited for areditort to 
present their clAims to U4 for exaralnation aad 
ailnsaiice; aud that wi> will on erery i>aturd>v 
ot each and every u«>nth, for tlie next six 
months, from '0 A. -M. i.i 2 r. m., at cur office in 
Rrown's Block, cl'y of St. )'»ul, attend to the 
discharge of oor dali'f %» said CoiaBisKioners. 
WM. A. SPKNCKS, 
H. E.MaNN, 

ConuBiMioners. 

St. Paul, Fet.ruarv Jfth, 18C0. 
tncf-feb27-5l 



WH 



ISCTUMNIILDO. 



If raved, II will secare you a policy lur 
»2.toOinlliP SKW YORK ACCIOKNTAL IN- 
.•jCKANCK COMPANY. 

T. R. B. BI.BBai»«K. A|r'*, 

at Moftrsa & Mct'loii.rs, Third. st. 



JACOB MAINZ BR, 
KcyKr><4t,«3(- of* Oeeds 

liaiusoy CiTvmty, Minn. 

ruml-he's esrr,-.-t Abttrsctt of Title* for 
Laiif's ao.i l.ols In R>'rase) couutv. 
«iiB-!'-.t'.>ci.T Hot-aK. 'ftbis-.^mlst'' 



w 



7 A It -IBO. 



A Hint rlasj larrlago wood worker on ligbt 
WJrk. Vf< a good Oarritge Trimmer. None 
but the best workman n.>ed apply 

R. t.. WDARTON. 

f, b.\' tl .lacksoB street, acar SIxtk. 



F 



OB SALB. 



A ihr.xj story st.vae h viss and lot, oa Jackson 
str«><t, liolw.^rn .MhaadOth streets. 
Knquire of 

PUII.LIP FELDHAUSEK, 
IcbK-tr 



B* 



ABBMBS. 



A gentlemau and wife can W aorommodited 
with Board in a private tandly, by afplyingon 
Foorlh street, second door above Bt. Peter, on 
the right hand sld.>. 

fcbtlSlw* 



'WHAT 



15 CTS. A WEEK WILL DO 



If saved. It will Focttre yo« a policy for 
r.:,^00 In the NKW V<>RK,ACCIDK»TAL IK- 
ttUUANVK COMPANY. 

T. B. B. BABBIDOK. A*-*, 

at Morgan k MoClond'i, Ihti^ »t. 



At IN«>ER80LL*3 BALL, 
THt .Mia) E>enin:^. Feb. i7th. 

OIBCCTOH, <IB. MSILTCRH orr. 



PABT FIbi>.'. 

1. OVIiRtLUI--.— Ttia de Pirl-.- B'.ltMiex.— 

OP.CHK^TflX. 

2. BAUirONK hDU»— ■•«..- bjyboid tHoBS '' 

from Am-l-e, ty K-.-jkh — >;i.P..>i,. 
I. VIOr.Ijr fjOLO—' u V uti^ulv, Pa-t3-a!', 
by r. Prune— Mr. G. UA«<.Ka. 

♦- OVKkTCKE "M»rc Fiut^,- t? Jlczan. 

Oi.cH'-hn-*. 

PART iKC'-IKP. 
S.OVBB1UKF— 'Felt^aamelile, H^a Mil:. 
hy R»i»«ig<T -IJEC HeSTI! s. 

«. •••iPKA.NO i«>LO— "Wrto Vwa.- Ctad." 
tr.jBtb" ciiaiono "Ihel leatius, ' l-y li^jdo 
— I.SI.V AM VTI ce.. 

7, l^UtTTK — -soprano •*.<! i ariloM.. "Ah, 

Cvuld I Teach lb-. Nlnlili i;.i «," by l.tisa. 
Kell. r— l..»r,v Am 1 1 i.c r. aii4 Mr. f'«.jir . 

8. Wai.lZ "Kroll'i iUil-Klaence," hy L«». 

bje- UU" HKsii. 4. 

Conor! I" .uiniiiciice at .-ieht .. :..,-k. Tlc*- 
et« Ki'ty C'-nl'. To Iv had pt tl:» d.j«r»ud at 
Haagrr Brulbers. 

f.-bil 3t 



TXTH 



15CTS.l«f[EKVIUD0. 



If saved. It wlU s-enr* joe • PoHey for t?,.iae 
In the NEW YORK ACClDF.NTaL IS- 
8DBANCE C.JMPANT. 

T. B.B. BLUBlOCr, Ar'*. 

at Morgan 1 McCIoud'c. 1 Uixd »:. 



HOUSES AND LOTS 

yOR. HALE. 

FRAVb HOUSE, IS .lory, very oonvealen; 
and iu good repair, on McBoal r;Te<»t, near Tort 
street. LotS'xlTO. or two lots if desired, wfll 
be sold very low. 

FiLAMK liOUfE, two ttories, oa Wainat 
street, near Tort str.*et. wiih every convPiii.^nc«*. 
good location aad a very desirable i^-fid'.ece. 

FRAMK HoC^■^■. two stories, on St. Anthony 
Hil , a |k-A5,Lrt location, large lot. with bam. Ac. 

lliTTARKHOCSKon Eighth street. nrarSt. 
Panrr Episcopal I'borch, a tnog place for a 
ajDallfamh. I^ot jOxl^i. 

FRAME'IU'ICSE near Canada ftroet. Lot 
l(<exl00. with bam — a very desirable piacv. 
' Twenty five House' aud Lot- in vanuai fUH 
of th»city. 

HOTlLLat Duida-, Eicv ccu^ty, on Central 
Boad. 

aorELatHanomin.onPacinr Koad. 

FARM n'»r Sbakopec. with brick d«rt::.rf 
and floe ontbwldingt. 

FARMS in all parts cf tbe Suto. 

LAMDfi — lAn aoret fenced and cnltirated «ja 
miles Trom Fort Snelllag. 

Lands in Pakota, Bior. Beni!<>pin. Wathisg. 
ton, Bamsey, and other couLiies— over 50 >vr 
acres for sate very low. 

B'jsiaeBs and B««id*BC<> Lot« in St. Paat.gt. 
Anthoar, Mianeapilu, i^Bperio- and other 
places. 

TO KENT. 

Th.-ii dcsirabI«Be*idence.with l^vocr ..im acr»» 
of lard, sttviated on the left of the Sti!I«at*r 
road, beyond th« residence of ilenrv Hale, Esq., 
commanding a fine view, Ac We will rent tn>« 
Ine proi.«'rty for a term of j.»ar« to a good ten 
ant. 

AU- two or three smsU honeeg in tLeciiy 
io resi 

Teat-' 01 (tore fM-sale. three years is run in 
Hcffat's C«?tle, near Fourth (tree;. 

MOBUAS t M'CLOCD. 

febIS in' 



WHAT 



ISCTUMWIllDO, 



If saved. It will f<care job a polittr ol 
$2,500 in tbe NEW TOBK ACXTIDEKIAl IX 
SUBANCE COMPANY. 

T. B. B. ■I.a>BBD«B. Afi't. 

at Morgaa AMcCroad'.., Ibjd^-.. 

MME mm mmti 



p«Or¥ or THBBBI^OBTOr TNr 

r.vMMITTKE OF AWARD.- , 

FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE, 

Ne-vv Y«>rlt,Octoh«»r, l*rt5o. 



To Skr riorrwcp »*wi»£ nackinr < • . 
f«r the Brat Faatily »rw tag; Ma 
cktav— Hfrheat Protiaaa. 
ClwM .fltMlai. 

REASONS. 

Isf. It- -implii.'tr and cie»r lait' of v«or». 

2d. It' making foordilf'rpnt slilchci.. vr: the 
Loci;, Kai', tloubte l.o,-!;. ar.-i l>cub'.e Kcut. 

Sd. The re»er*»b:e feed motion. Piw«n.ted »»y 
aiaiply firning n Ihamb iscrev. enabliac IIia 
opera. 3r to ran the won to the right or -> 11 e 
left, and convenience ol self-fa^te&illg the end* 
of seams. 

♦th. P.e perfect Unl-h aad substantial mai.i,>r 
in which t <• machine i» m«dr. 

.■iih Til'- rapidity of lis working and the quali- 
ty ot the work done 

««ti. rh.' •• Il •.tjnsliBI 1en-ion. 

An ir.v.u.'e r.i iii.,.,. ;u|.\iior Macltine^jubt r - 
eeivtdaud toi sab- by 

a«n9ral Agent, 2'JO Third street, 
sx. l»a.xjIj, minx. 

WB U 'chieo beMing dcce. Threa,". acd 
Sewing Sitk i.-r sal*. 
twhiO.lmlsii 



WHAT 



15 CTS. I WEEK MriU 00 



If raved. It will scaire joa a policy f«r 
»2.500 in the NKW YOUK ACC. DENTAL IN 
SI R.\N OK COMPANY. 

T. B. B. BI.BBIUUK. Ag f. 

at Morgan k McClouil's, ThUd->l. 



I^AIVII* GOOr>H. 



We have bow on li>nd a Lnrge stork of 

Dilliridire W and \.\X( 1iimne}s, 

Also 

COMMON CHIMNEYS. 

lamps of all Varieties and Prices. 
LAMPANO CANDLE WICK, 

Warranted eqT<ai ti> th« host tn use. 

Tlie above goot^s witl be • .IJ to f c trade at 
very low rates. 

P'>1.L<>CK, fv'NAt,»^RO?l aOtiDKIS 
Ualon B<.>.<ic TbM <t . St. Paal. Hien 
Hni'dkwty I'll 



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HBBBV HULL, AVVOBJiBT A* 
LAW and ?1.hU Fsu'e Age^t. «'' "<**• "•• 



county, 
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i. aoivui) i-i^". iutl ^|iecUlvUo« tuddoabt* 
iMlBUQ *-t> i>r'. t ^ •'inr nt .1 , ind adv ertlivnitf at* with 
BU, oBEt'tMrd iJdiiioBul, 

), Advi>iUi>fiu 'Ut.<ctiAuge>abl(»t vlcaiurcTBled 
Bi lu ^o.1, lu I («0 per Bunam addlUoBBlfor 

lt4a)(t>7 ^:: .::^t'd rated BtAioeatipersquBiv 
♦. L<.v4. Ki^;.,.V(i double the aboTe prici?», aud 
BO noiKv inst-rtod tor U's* than #1. 

J. Advertir .: Dally aad Weekly, two 

thirds aJlitu L^aily rate. 

#. AJverti.«»m<rat.< la Weekly aloa*, #1.00 
p*r Sijuire for Srst m-ortion. aod }C cent* per 
fqaarv for 9a^^e<;'leoI ln«ertloa», for any period 
within thrve mcntho : otit three month*, one 
Ie»s than l^.'.v ri:.";.. 

:. L*jr»l ic 1 uv>vo:iiai-?nt advertlaement«,rs 
cents per siar-.' ;..>r the tir«t Insertion, andj:^ 
ceats p-r j^iaire l\.<r each additional luseriion, 

S. Attorney J or Jerlnn In legal adrcrtleementa 
Br« rv(card-*d a* accouctable for thecoetof the 
fsiae. nnl-'jj th'^re is a special agreement to 
eharK'-' tho 3.jai.' t lanotht-rparty. 

!>»iATi; :%Ews. 

Tut: i:..! W rg .irjus announcts ihe 
dtath ol. Ill i!ic Mst year of her age, 
Julia Waktti.ld. wife of tie Hon. Lli T. 

Wilatr. ot ib.it city. 

A .\t.^\ obiri'atil-i socu'iy calleJ the 
••BretLreu ol Ii('uio;;nf," h$i been form- 
ed at Kfii ^\■|!■J:. 'rbf Jryuj says dis- 
pensatu n- - .r ■ r« Live already be<n 
granu ' 



men 
nouLi 

i'i 

liaiirtnl 

Ho: 

son. CI 
home '. 



. '.n tor the eatablish- 

'■■ ■> at St. Tiul, Wi- 

i;, .i. . .Mi.wjukoe, Chicago, St. 

N w V rk, and Cocr.eautville, 

l!r- u;f i!ib' rhip of each circle is« 



New lluui|i»telr« PolllU's. 

llou ilobti (• Sinclair having been no- 
tified of his tioiuination for Governor of 
New Hampshird by the Democratic State 
Convention, has accepted in a letter, 
which pn senfs his views ou some ol the 
.jueslioua of the day. He concurs in (he 
resctiitions of the Convtnition. ItHsliall 
iKstitute a thorough scrutiry into the 
SUI.< re.'oids of the past lew years, il 
they Khali ever otii'-iaily coiue under bis 
couircl. Uut he tears that Congress de- 
signs to leave the State little power oter 
either their siitfrage or linances. He then 
iiuolc.^ Ircm Tresident Lincoln (o show 
th.it the States in lebellion were never 
out of iht) Inun He oppoaes liirther 
Con^'ltutlonal amendments He tu.ns 
his e_N cs with hope and coutideiicL- to I'res 
ideu Johnson, lis closes with the fol- 
lowing e.xpto'ions ol his apprehensions : 
•• la this grasping for more central 
power —in this casting about for weapons 
of vengeaoee— ill the spirit whiih would 
plant the victor's loot cf" strength upon 
prostrate, vaiiipsifhcd weakness, ihire is 
to my apprehension nothing to commend. 
1 do not think the people like it or will 
support it in the end. It is unworthy ol 
civilization aud most repugnant to every 
dictate ol ordinary manhood. 1 am very 
sorry that the just sentiments and pur- | 
poses ol the President are thus resisted— ! 
that hope is to be deferred — prosperity ; 
postponed, aud taxation indetinitely in- 
creased without the po.'sible aftaininent j 
of any desirable object. Such resistance ! 
cwmot la 1 some time to be the source of 
bitter regret to all right minded men. 
But if the prevalence of better counsels 
cannot be anticipated durirg the term of 
the present Congress, and mad fanati- 
cism must continue to rave, then let the 
issue between those who would destroy 
the Constitution and put under their (cet 
the undeniable rights ol the State?, and 
those who mean calmly but lirnily to main- 
tain both, be made. If it must be met, it 
cannot came too ipiickly. 

Wiih hif:htfsl coDsidoratioa tor each of ycu, 
geullcmcii, I i«ni, verv rr.spcctfully yours," 
JbHX O. SINCL.MK." 
•■»«». 

Tlio Wiiiniis "fisur »ilii|i." 

The tflebrited " cigar ship," designed 
by Wiuans of Baltimore, now buiMing in 
Loudon, is nearly ready for lauuchiug. 
As its name indicates, the vessel is shaped 
like a long cigar, pointed fine as a 
needle at both ends. The hull is of iron 
hollow, and presents a perfectly smooth 
and even surface. The ship has no masts 
or rigging of any kind, depending for 
motion on two propellers, one at either 
end of the vessel, of great ui;imeter, and 
(harp pitch, one pushing, the utLer pull- 
mg. The estimated extreme speed is 27 
miles an hour. The ship is 2J0 feet long, 
and her greatest diameter is l'> feet, and 
her engines are to be 2,Cn.i.i horse power. 
She is designed only for the passenger 
trade. A London paper says of the ves- 
sel : 

"We are free to confess that, with ev- 
ery possible desire to believe in the good 
qualities of a vessel which promises to 
bring us our American news in some three 
or four days ; and to limit that dreadful 
channel business to within the hour, we 
are at a lo s to understend how, under 
these conditions, the cigar ship proposes 
keep atloat. In perfectly emooth 



to gather you under our wirgs, yea, even 
as a hen gathereth her little chicks ! We 
are beginning to like this "Moses" husi- 
ut'ss. 

Inciter trout Dov . I>lnr«iliull. 

In Iho published proceedings of the 
lito river improvement eoiiveiitiou at 
l>ubu<nie, we find the lullowing letter 
from Gov. Wm. U. Marshall, of Minne- 
sota: 

Sr. f.vit, Feb. 1,186(5. 

(iEMi.K>ii.;.N— Your letter of invitation 
to attend a Mass Convention at Uubu(|ue, 
February 11th, to consider the subject 
and take action to aid the iuiprovement 
ol the Mississippi rapids, is recwivej. 1 
regret to say that 1 shall be unable to 
attend. 

The ol'j.'ct that you seek to piumute 
has uiy hearty approval and syiupathy. 
The commerce ol this great valley is con- 
tinental and national, and the iiuprove- 
meut ol the rapids that obstruct the great 
river that tloats its commerce is less local 
in i'.s nature and benefits than the im- 
provement of the Bosto:i or Charleston 
barbors by lighthouses, iVc , at their en- 
trances. Truly, the Great West has now 
a voice potent enough to demand that 
justice may done us in this matter, at the 
hands of the National Cioveiiinjent. 

Tbaukiug you tor the iuvitatiou, 1 am, gen- 
tlemen, voiir ot>edient servant, 

W. U. M.\.R!S11ALL, 
Governor of Minu. 
♦ « ♦ » ♦ - 



THE STATE OF THE COUNTRY. 
From n Calliollc Fotutol I'tcw. 



Lecturo by Bishop Roaeerans of 
CinoiiiDati. 



-M. ... r.\NA.-Mr. J. P. Wil- 
-•v. now in St. Louis, writes 
Lc w;!t surely send a train 
through t.-jxi this place to Montana in the 
sprir^. He says that he has about con- 
cluded a vontract with merchants of St. 
Louis fcr transporting one thousand tons 
of tieigb'. th- same to be shipped to this 
place iv.d taken the balance of the way 
by the traia One hundred and fifty 
new wagons !ct use on this route have 
bet- u contraji'-'d ur. There is every ev- 
idence of an inimenie emigrant and trans- 
por at'.ou uain starting from St. Cloud 
for the coW fields next spring. — St. 
Ckud Lcmjcrat. 

Frozen to Dkatit.— Andrew Dufort, 
a FrenchuiiQ resid ng at Little Falb, left 
town m the afternoon ol the 13ih mst., 
to go about ten miles after a load of hay, 
txp-cting to be gone over night. Hig 
cattle Were a*" home next m^ rning with- 
out the »le>l, but no aearch was made for 
bimurtitibe 15 h inst . when he was 
found about three o'clock in the after 
noon. Ij iDR tn hi.> lace in the snow dead, 
but noty.t Ircz-^n stiff. He bad wander- 
ed abvut live miles from the sled. De 
ceased was :ilHiiit thirty years of age, and 
leaves i %■ t ar. 1 ( rec children to mourn 
hi» lo?* --r '_ ■■ u'l Di.mot.Tat. 

Thk Washington letters of Mr. Steb- 
bens, editur of the ila!>tings Independent, 
are ijiite a feature in that journal. Hav- 
ing '• the run" of fashionable circles, he 
devotes jocsiderable space to the recep 
tions ic. In his last letter be says : 

These levees are the center of attrac- 
tion tor the pay ar.d fashiouahje, and ele- 
ganf women .ir.il grave Senators mingle 
in these social reuniocs. The dresses are 
often » leganc and e.xpensive. but a plainer , remtmbered, for the New York passage, 
garb is Ky no rarans marked, and by no j °° account ^f the consumption of coal — 
mi-aas an ignoble mark. Usually, social i meeting in mid ocean one of the western 



to 

water we can imagine "that she might, if 
successfully ballasted against the chance 
of rolling over and ovs^r, as would be of 
course her ua^ural tendency, make some- 
thing very like the estimated speed, 
though with what degree of comfort to 
t e passengers deprived bv the construc- 
tion of the vessel of all light or ventila- 
ton except such as can be obtained from 
the deck by means ol skylights and wind- 
sails, and with two enormous propellers 
ol severe pitch lashing the water at either 
end, IS another question. The advan- 
tages, too, of being cooped up in such 
ex'remely close quarters, with an engine 
of this enormous power, may also be 
open to (j'lestion, even under the most 
favorable circumstances. 

"Bat the real difficulties of the cigar 
ship, as of most others, must commence 
with the first symptoms of a breeze. 
Imagine a vessel of this construction 
travelicg at the rate of tive-and twenty 
miles an hour — the minimum rate, be it 



Nortcr: 

Attorn. 



converse, grvingi, &: , are the sources 
of erjoymcnrs, bit these are frequently 
varied by dances and sumptuous colla- 
tions - 

The Like Ci y Leader announces the 
organisation of a Board of Trade at that 
place, with ihf following olHoers : 

rresiden: — II. F. Williamson; Vies 
President — .\. li. Doughty; Treasurer — 
L. H. Bujk S. retary— S. B. Munson, 
ir. : Ltirectors— A. Tibbetta, J. L. Arm- 
strong. C. F. Rogers. 

Tat; Faribiult RepubUcan publishes 
the fjUowir^j School statistics of Rice 
county : 

Number tf S' boo! Districts, 83; nnm 
her whi..h rendered reports, 64 ; partially 
reported, '.> ■ wholly failed to report, 10 , 
number of persons between the ages of 
5 and ■-'1— i' '>6i, female l,h>i7; total, 
.1 OJl. Average daily attendance, 2.272. 
Number of teachers — male 16, female 70. 
Aggr-^itf amount paid teachers daring 
the yr.i.' T 11)7. Number of school 
hojjei. -.Mj ^tone, twenty-two frame, 
twenry e ght log. Amount of money re- 
ceived Irom r'o.,n.v Treasurer during the 
year. ** -.' • _ .\mount derived from 
fax voted by Districts, $.i,4:,'5 >io. 

\ '■ Fiihng C!ub,"has been organized 
at Winuna, with the following ofEcers : 

Pre--! •.-, T Kirk; SecreUry, M. G. 
ir.-a-irer, A. W. Webster; 
t'rj assist in prosecofing per- 
sons violannsj the laws) Wm. Mitchell; 
Commissari. s of Subsistence, Z H. Lake, 
I . S. Bu. k. 

Bt RNEU i.j Dka I it— Little Herbert 
Sikei, aged two years, the son of H. C. 
Sikes, of Asl.land, was burned to death 
la^t wttk. Ills aio:her kfc him alone in 
a room a nioiu. nt. and he seems to have 
got to!d of a fr.igment of newspaper and 
stuck it in ■],-. fir:. With this he set his 
<lo hes on tiro. His mother returned in 
time to lind Lim fatally burned. The 
little ,tjir>;rer died an hour afterwards 
MantortilU Lxprtna. 

Sk.naioi: NoiaoN, of this Srafe, is 
cla.H»«d auiof - tr .: < on-ervative members 
ol Cong/ess, tjid a s uppsrfer of the Pres- 
ident's policy. '• Dan's" head is tisuilly 
If vt 1 — (Jkatlidd Demrjcrat, 

A.voTfir.i: W.vi:i:iioi;.;e. — We under- 
stand that fLe Winona & St. Peter Ksil- 
road find thur prtsent warehouse at this 
place entirely ir s.'fficieni toaccommod te 
tbtir rapidly increasing business, and have 
made arran^^empnts to build a new one 
this sprirg c ipahle of storing U0,0OO bush 
ell of erain. There can be no doubt that 
the grain will be here to fill it. — Roches- 
ter (Oiwited Co ) Post. 

Fat.vl Re.-ilt.— We noticed in the 
Pott of D«-eemher 23d the fact of a team 
dsivcTi through Broadway by some reck 
less fallow, knorhing down and seriously 
ipjuring an old g<-ntl>-men, Mr. (J T 
>^ h:fe. We r.('r.-t very much to an- 
noom-K iha' Mr White died last Burday 
from the ir j'iriei then recei»ed. — Bochea- 
ier Post 



gales now careering across the Atlantic 
In front of her is a wall of water twenty 
feet high, traveling at the rate of a dozen 
miles an hour. Between them they meet 
at a speed of forty miles. There' is no 
' bow' to lift her over the obstacle, liight 
into it she plunges, like a harpoon into a 
whale's back, the whole force of the blow 
being met by the propeller, which, how- 
ever severe may be its pitch, cannot pre- 
sent anything very much better than an 
almost dat surface to the shock. What 
chance the blades would have of surviv- 
ing any very long succession of such 
shocks is a matter of simple calculation 
and one into which the engineers have no 
doubt fully entered." 



• ■ ♦ ■ » 



—Ti ' 1;. 1.1,1 Traveler »-»y» : "The 
TrfBinr* I", pir iiiii.t, in settling a lijlance of 
two ctnih du.: t., Krwuns Foote, sent a draft 
to hini w.,rcu.l .,n<l numi,ered as follow,.. 
Draft 2.n.>. OM Tre.isnry Warrant, Trcusnry 
Of the fmuu .SUI.S, No.l,9i.v WasbinKlon. 
Jan. \ Wa.. At sight ouy to Krasius F.K>le, 
collector and di^burting »gent, or order, two 
cents. F h. Spinner, Treasurer of the Cniiod 
States. Keniriied Jan. 8, IKfi*;. .s. n. folby 
Register of the Treusury Assisuni Treasurer 
Uoil'.d States, Boston, Mass." 

On this important document there were 
seven signatores, and all lor two cents. The 
gentleman who owned the draft was offered a 
dollar for it thi^ morning, bat said hi would 
not sell it for two dollars. 



Affairs at Pitholc. 

The excitement at Pithole seems to be 
unabated, according to the locil paocrs 
and private letters from that region. 
The marvel of oil e.tisting in such quanti- 
ties, and possessing such impatience to 
be sent to marke', that it comes to the 
surface without waiting for well boring 
and tubing, still continues according to 
the U'.cord of the l.ith, which says : 

"The excitement about the oil wells 
still continues unabated, and we notice 
large numbers of strangers in town to see 
this great natural curiosity of the nine- 
teenth century. Real estate is rapidly 
advancing, and holders of leases are very 
jubilant. Every one appears to be af- 
flicted with a minia for digging, and the 
most singular part is that all should so 
suildui.ly desim to dig a wat(;r well ou 
vacant lots. With so much vigor is this 
search prosecuted that we observed one 
man digging in the ctllar under his store, 
by the light of a lantern, at twelve o'clock 
last night. Mrs. Ricketis' well pumped 
a barrel of oil in four minutes 3 esterday, 
but the pump is not kept going properly 
and no definite estimate can be made. 
Yesterday a man dug a small hole in the 
ground, about om fool deep, and had 
gathered a barrel of oil when we saw him 
in the afternoon. A large number are 
beginning to follow his example. 

New wells have been struck lately, one 
aft»r another, with a rapidity unknown 
before, even here. There has averaged 
a new and paying well struck every otber 
day since the first of January. 



Docsi Wool Grou'lni; I'ay ! 

\N e quote the follow ng Irom a speech 
made at the annual meeting of the Illi- 
nois Wool Grower's and Sheep Breeder's 
Association, held ar Hloominglon, on the 
v 1st instant ; 

Mr. Amsden of Heniy county, sdid the 
question had beun asked wbetLcr wool- 
growing paid This was not a lime to 
entertain doubts If it p:iid but a small 
profit, let us attend to it. He had begun 
by shipping grain, and on the first lot he 
shipped to Chicago, in corn, it lacked 
$■27 ol of paying the charges. He vowed 
revenge, and in three yeurs raised 8'.l,><00 
worth ol produce, and the railroad.-^ in 
their magnanimity shipped tha" to New 
York for him lor the modest sumo! 8;'>'.>L'. 
That jirotluce was wool and miitlon. II 
he had had that in grain, it would amount 
to .S.SOit bushel.^, costing .":'J,0'Jti to get it 
to New Y'ork. It therefore cost IJU 
times as much to get .$1 worth of corn to 
market as it did wool. He believed that, 
all things else being equal, corn would 
produce as mujh wool, when fed to sheep 
here, as when they were shipped to Ver- 
mont and fed there, f hie thousand bush- 
els of corn at his depot was worth ^ISO. 
To ship it to Vermont cost ;?100 more, 
and tbat might have been saved. One 
hundred and eighty dollars worth of wool 
could be shipped to New Y'ork for $6. 
He had got more for wool at his own door 
than in Chicago. Moreover, sheep were 
worth much to a farm, because of the 
manure. The true state of th>; case was 
tbat, instead of sending wool to the 
East, we should ship food there and use 
our wool here. His interests were rath- 
er opposed to a reduction of railroad 
tarills, because it would pay him to feed 
corn to his sheep. It was true hid oats 
aud other grams cost more to harvest than 
the market price returned ; but, if sheep 
were properly fed, there need be no fears 
entertained of loss. It cost something 
to learn how to feed sheep. Tho best 
way to feed sheep w.^s in the field, lie 
had told a friend who was beginning to 
raise sheep that he must pay J.JOO to 
learn how to do it. A week ago he found 
that man's sheep literally starving to 
death. On tne last cold night 18 died, 
smothered. They had been fed but half 
a« ear of corn per day. The tavii.-s in 
feeding were immediately chanycJ, the 
hunger of the sheep satisfied, aud they 
were LOW doing well. 



lleury Ward Bceclicr 
Ills Church. 

NewYorl: Correspondence ef lij^ton Post. 

The attempt to thrus' upon Mr. Beech- 
er an assistant has fallen through. A 
sell constituted commiftee, headed by 
Gen. Duryee, introduced into the church 
meeting a series ol resolutions setting 
forthtbe want, and providing for additional 
pastoral aid. Mr. Beecher presided at 
the meeting and the question was discuss- 
ed. On last Friday evening the debate 
wa? renewed. During the whole agita- 
tion Mr. Beecher had said nothing. It 
was taken for granted that he had been 
consulted, that he was in favor of the 
movement, and tbat the resolutions 
were framed with his approval. 
Some one suggested that he be 
heard from. To the astonishment of 
every one he announced iha'; he had 
nothing to say, that he had not recom- 
mended the measure, did not deaire it, 
and had not been consulted in relation to 
it. If the church wanfel an .isMstant 
they were entitled to it. He did not. 
Alter such an announcement the whole 



Bishop Uosecrans, of Cincinnali, a 
brother ol Major General Uoseeraus, lec- 
tured ill Cincinnati last w^jck ou ' the 
btate ol the country from a Catholic point 
of view." He said ; 

I am announced to speak here this eve- 
ning un the slate of the country irom a 
Catholic point of view, and perhaps 1 
may bu allowed to say tbat the views pre- 
sented are merely those of one Cath- 
olic. 

The theory advanced by some, that 
when God allowed this country to bedis 
covered, he bad all other nations subor- 
dinated to this discovery, I do not believe. 
They were compelled to be reconciled to 
its discovery long after it look place. 
The American people are charged all 
over Europe with being great boasters. 
I remember sitting one summer alternoon, 
in l!S02. at a dinner table in a quiet hotel 
ill London, aud hearing a lengtby discus- 
sion on the American people. A lawyer 
who was present said that we, meaning 
Englishmen, may be a conceited people, 
but we cannot compare with the Ameri- 
cans. They think their skies are bright- 
er, rivers wider, mountains higher ; that 
they have better newspapers, better 
schools and belter churches than any peo 
pie on the face of lh« globe. The^ con- 
sidirr everything outside of the limits of 
America as a blank. I acknowledge that 
we have sound;id our trumpet rather loud- 
ly ; that we have not as much as we boost 
of, but surely where there is smoke there 
must bo a little fire. 

While we must not give way to indis- 
criminate boasting, we"may justly feel 
proud of our immense territory, institu- 
tions, c^c. Theie is something grand in 
thinking of whtt an immense tract of ttr 
ritory tbere lays between Philadelphia on 
the one hand, and Sau Fraucisco on tbe 
other, between the Kenebec on the north, 
and the Uio Grande on the south. A per- 
son can start from a given point aud trav- 
el tiree or four thousand miles by steam- 
boats, ears and stages, without even see- 
ing a passport, or without finding a per- 
son who refuses to take greenbacks. 
[Laughter and applause.] We have im- 
mense forests which have never been 
explored, mines never openej, and in 
numerable tunounts ol wealth never dis- 
covered. In other couutries it is not so. 
In Germany, for instance, the laboring 
man find..<, after long years of toil, a per- 
manent place in a garden or vineyard. 
He may chance to get married, and soon 
the owner of the place sees a half dozen 
little ones growing up. He tells the man 
he has no room on his property for such 
a family, and the poor laborer is com- 
pelled to find other means to support his 
fiiunily. In Ireland, rich men are contin- 
ually wanting more pasture for their cat- 
tle. They cut down the small houses 
occupied by their tenants, fill up the 
ditches around the gardens, and the poor 
families arc compelled to seek some other 
place for shelter. I say to all these, 
come here ; we have pleutv of room for 
you, and if you have noth'mg else to bring 
come with your strong arms, aiid you 
will never want for employment. 

It ha3 ofcen been said that the Ameri- 
cans are the scum of Europe. It is true 
that we have very little of the blood royal 
or nobihty among us. This class of per- 
sons, with few exceptions, staid on the 
other side of the Atlantic and did not 
come among us. It is also true that we 
are the descendants of vulgar mechanics, 
if I may be allowed to use tbe expression. 
Hut, then, if the nobility did not come 
I over here, neither did their hangers-on — 
~ those who live by plundering the wealth 

Itulcs) ! of those whose fortune it was to be rich. 

Those who came here were tbe strong, 
muscular mechanics, and they are the 
men who made it what it is. Let them 
come, no matter in what numbers, to 
help us conquer the immense amount of 
country now laying waste. Look at the 
vast number of canals to be dug, rail- 
roads to be built, and forests to be 
cleared. We do not want the aristocra- 
cy of Europe for this, but tie bone and 
mjAcle of the " vulgar mechanic." 

The Bishop next referred to the great 
crisis through which the nation had pass- 
j cd, and his views, as a Catholic, in re- 
gard to It. 

Two Sections quarrelled ; they stood 
up face :o face, and fought bravely for 
what thty considered to be right; the 
weaker side was conquered and forced 
to .lubuiit. Now thai they seem willing 
to submit to the authority of the Govern- 
ment, I would not exact more from them 
than our soldiers did. Now that slavery 
is abolished, give them the places they 
held before the war; taik none, or little, 
if any, about the past, and the great 
mass of the people will soon fall into the 
right way. 

A great deal has been said about our 



lo the list ol the departed— Capt. Mark Leav- 
enworth— who died ou .Saturday moruiuK at 
fits residence on Chestnut sUeet, St. Louis, 
ile had lieeu a prumment and active t>t. 
lAjuisun lor over twenty years, especially en- 
gaged in steamboat enterprises. Not til' 
aiiuut two years since did ho abandon his 
iou(;-lil'u avocation un tbu river, uud became a 
luemlier ut the bankioi; h'm ol Uayiord, 
Leaveuwurlh & Co. 



Vflixu iiHluro ur time lia^ |.l.iiili'd uu llie Uu- 
uiaa lioad »uch oalors a^ retn.! »(ala..<l >>very l.l) a 
ol cimii'lincHfi, reviUcH tUetu with tlio^-^' K'orluus 
aul e.X'|Ui.^llv tlick aud Ijijhu tiu|teii uvery- 
wlierx d'.eiuedlliK 

MrAIUAMlSH ur UKACTl 
whioli arc pruduuud iu livti iiiiiiutes, without in- 

J iriug til I Ubrus ur stainiu;; tliu eualp, by 
CUISTADOBO'S HAIB DY£. 

Miuulaciurod by J. Ollli TAUOUJ, No. 
Aator Uouse, New York, Uuld by DruggUta, 
Applied by all Uair DrcMera. 

IVb'idwlm 



subjeci; was speedily ta'jled. Among 
Mr. Beecher's peculiarities that of con- 
sum 1. ate tact m managing so large and \ elections, that they occur too often, and 



The C'opperiieadfl Jubilant. 

i roni tbe Le Sueur .Stateiman, (Dem.) 

Another " Moses ! "—We have now 
one Democratic Representative from 
Minnesota in Congress — though it was 
not intended. 'Ihs shows that the Lord 
shapes the Democratic end.', rough hew 
them as the Black R^-publicans will \ We 
rej-jice with exceeding great joy ! We 
hardly expected it, and therefore our joy 
is ihe greater ! Indeed, our joyousness 
it:C-eas th as wf write; V. ifl'srv scetb — 
boilffh over ! Il'in. D. S. Norton, U. 
S. Senator from Minnesota, has turned 
up a Democrat — voted against tbe 
nigger equal rights bilH of the rad- 
ical Seialor Trumbull, of Illinois. The 
Chicago TrLhune drnounre' him as 
one «d the w.rot ol ••copperheads," 
and all the liule whilTetiiig Kepunliean 
papers ol this Stale liold up their puny 
bands in holy horror and say they can not 
"aerount for i "— ihatii, Norton's votes ! 
He has also franked to us and other Dera- 
OTals, or "copperheads," its all tbe 
same, the anti-nigger and sound Union 
8pccch<:s of .Senator Donlittle, of Wis- 
consin, Nesmitb, of California, and Rev- 
erdy Johnson, of Maryland — all de-. 
nounced as the vilest ''copperheads" and 
renegade Republicans ! Speri-t.s of just 
men made parfect, defend you, Dan, for 
you have raistd a whirlwind in the black 
camp ! But go in, Dan ; you're another 
"Moijeg :" 'jhe Democratic church is a 
growing one now, and we'll soon be able 



discordant a parish shines out He has 
all gra'.les of men, intellect, position, 
opinion and faith — Orthodo.x and Lati- 
tudinarian, conservative and radicals, 
pro slavery and abolitionist, men steady 
as a Pennsylvania wheel horee, men un- 
managable as Job's "wild ass colt." He 
allows freedom of s(e:ch and of ac- 
tion. Talking is a sort of safe'y-valve. 
If any man thinks he can convert the 
world, reform society and make men what 
they ought to be in ibout a month, he 
encourages him to go ahead Of course 
such men tire out and kettle down into 
staid church goers. If opposed, likesteam 
shut up. they would blow out the boiler 
end of Plymouth church. Had he oppos- 
ed the introduction of a new pa<ttor into 
his church, or earnestly discussed it in its 
earliest stages, it might have led to mis- 
chief. But he sat quiet through the two 
nights of excit'og debate, and gave notice 
of the debate from his pulpit as if he was 
friendly to it. But when the right time 
came, with a few kind, earnest words, he 
squelched the whole matter as a man puts 
his heel on a tpark and slops a eontlagra- 
tion. 

• I » » « - 

An Interesfin^ Predicament. 
From tbo Fhlladelphia rrces, 1 1th inal. 

Yesterday afternoon a neatly dressed 
mau was walking in company with a fash- 
ionably drossed lady ou Chcitnut street, 
above Eleventh. An elderly looking la- 
dy dressed in black, in company with an- 
other much younger, met the two first 
alluded to. 

" Oh, you wretched womin, what are 
you doing with my husband?" shouted 
the lady iu bla.k to th.j female in his 
company. 

"He is my husbani," reqioiid.d the 
accosted iudividuil, holding tightly to 
his arm. 

" He is not, you Ra*ty thinB " 

"Ha is." ^ 

"Will you tell me, a lie? Thiik 1 
djn't know my own husband '.'" 

The gentleman was somewh:it non- 
plussed, and took the back t.aek. The 
gay young lady followed. Th-; other 
two did the same. An impromptu and 
amusing foot race took place, and a sort 
of running battle, with umbrellas, aided 
richnes) to the scene. The parlies ran 
down Chestnut lo Eleven'h, thence to 
Sansom stroet, out Sansom to Twelfth, 
down Twcllih to Walnut. At thi« point 
thft man jumped into acar standing ttierr, 
"ulled tie hell, car went ale id. The 
lady in bl.v:k and companinn wanti d to 
get in, but the retreating ger.i|o:ii<in pre- 
vented the conductor from pulling the 
bell, 2nd thus they were •■ft behind. The 
other lady proceeded to Thirteenth stTKct 
entered a car, and thus the scene ended 
» « ♦ » < 

EtLir.SF.S FOK THK Ykar 18CC. — 1st. 
There will bo a partial eclip.ie ol ihit sun 
March 16lh. Invisible in the United 
States. 

2d. A total nclip<e of the mom in the 
evening of March 30ih and morning of 
March 31st, visible throughout the Amer- 
ican continent. Size of eclipse, 17.01 
dipits 

.'id. A partial eclipse of the sun, 
April lath. Invisible throughout Amer- 
ica. 

4tb. A total eclipse of the moon, 
Sept. 2'lih. Invisible in the United 
States. 

5tb. Partial eclipse of the sun Octo- 
ber Sth. Invisible in the western states. 



that there was a great chance of putting 
rascals into of&oe. This i<iea may be 
true, but then if we do put rascals in, we 
can soon get them out again. In Europe 
they arc in for a number of years, if not 
for lif''. Here they are put out the next 
election. 

Something has al.-o been said about the 
muzzling of the press, and how it was 
done during the late war. If it is done 
it makes no difiference how. The censor, 
whoever he may be, watches the press, 
but who, may I ask, watches the censor ? 

Tbe Bishop next, at considerable 
length, referred to the condition of the 
Catholics in this country, and said that 
he was perfectly satisfied with it He 
j was confident that they enjoyed substan- 
tially more liberty in this country than in 
any other. The time may come when 
they may be persecuted, as they were in 
olden t mes, but he did not think it was 
probable, although not impossible. If it 
did however, it would not be during the 
present generation. 

The Bishop concluded his lecture by 
brielly referring to the condition of the 
colored race. He said that he was no 
politician, and belonged to no one poli- 
tical party. Now, that the war is ended, 
and the Union safe, he did not care who 
was in office or who was out. The in- 
habitants of the earth are all of one blood, 
and the rights of thi colored person in 
the church were equal to those of the 
whites ; outside of this he would leave 
politics and taste to say whether th-^y were 
equal or not. 



TiiiillETOitTCouRTKous.— The special 
Southern corre.'pjndent of the Nalivn 
relates some instances of the bitter dis- 
like everywhere manifested by the women 
of the South toward all who wear the 
Federal uniform. The following occurred 
in J>ynchburg : 

" A lady called from an upper window 
to a little girl on the sidewalk: 'Julia, 
come in this minute, chdd ; that Yankee 
will rub against you if you stay there.' 
The Yankee referred to was a soldier, a 
dull looking fellow, who appeared con- 
founded at this attack upon him. He 
quickly recovered himself, aud, turning 
his face towards the chamber window, 
addressed the little girl, who was obeying 
her mother with alucrity : • Yaas, go 'long 
in, you skinny little thing! Don't rub 
against the Yankee. I guess your father 
tried it on down at Pe'eraburg, and /te 
diJn't lik-j if, you know.' " 

• ■ • ■ » 
Bii»iue6s with .Montana Terri- 
tory. 

We learn that the pruspecla existing 
for a heavy trade this spring between 
St. Louis and the Upp'-r Missouri, are of 
'he most flattering kind. In thi; la>tt few 
days a single transportation company has 
made engagements of ficigh'. to the ex- 
tent of three millions of pounds for Mon- 
tana Territory alone. The freight will 
be moved by steamboat, as snon as navi- 
gation opens, to the mouth of Muscle 
Shell on the Missouri river, an I thence 
by wagons to Virginia City and other 
points in the Territory. — St. Louia lie- 
publican. 

— The pioneer boatmen of the Missis- 
sippi arc now rapidly being reduced in num- 
t>er, and in a few years tbo death of tbo last of 
them mast bo recorded. One is now added 



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ALLCOCK'S PORUS PLASTERS.— 

Theae piasters bafc tho comiia'.luees of kid 
leather and the flexibility ol a Bilk glove. They 
have cured varicose velna and external anear- 
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bo pr.'>perly appreciated, 

l)K, I. r. IIKNI.KUSON'.S LKfrKK. 

FarnvillH, I.a., March 8, 1850. 

Ur. T, A LLtoCK— Sir .■ I have been Buffering 
under a severe attack of tieural'jie tlisease of my 
bowels fjryesrp, vitb hi/prlrc-plii/ 0/ the heart, 
and ha :e trii^d everjtbing known to the practice 
of medicine from tho very be^t M, D.'s; but 
trutli prompts me to say tliat your plasters have 
)riv(u me mure perinaueut relief tliau auylhlog 
elt>e I have used, aul I balieve will produe a per- 
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llie couutflr-irritant eifcct of yi-ar plasters Is 
produced in eueli a mild and gradu.^I w.<»y, thi>y 
eo invigorate the circul;itlon arouoa tho p»rts to 
which they are ipplicJ, and exert upon .ill ner- 
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plaster now in use. 

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United SUtcs aud Canada. JOB MOSK.S, 
27 Cortlaudt street, N. Y. 

N. B. — $1 and It Fitamps enclosed to any autbor- 
iied agent, will insure a bottle, containing liity 
PUlB, by return mail. 

out l9.dB».d V wtti iv 1 '«»i.iiwf 



THE GREAT NEW EWGUND REMEDY. 

r)r. .r, W. POI^AND'S 

WHITE PINE CUMPOUNh, 

Is now offered to thesRllcled tliroughont tie 
country, alter having been prove.l by ihe test of 
eleven years, in the New Eoglavd .>^tites, \v)wr.' 
its merits have become as well kiio^nasthc 
tree from which, in part, it derives its virtues. 

THE WHITE COHPOUNU CUKES 
Sore Throat, Colls, Coughs, Diplheria, /Iron- 
chilis. Spilling of Blood, Pulmoiinry Affec- 
tions generally. It is a remarkable rcmeihj 
for Aiiiiiey Complaints, I>inl>'ti.<!, Diffi- 
culty of Voiding Urine, Hlfcdhn) from 
the Kidnfy< and ltlad.l,-r. (inirel 
anil 1I her Complaints. 
Give it a trial a trial if you would h'a'n the value 
of a good and tried Uudicine. It is pleasant, 
safe and sure. 

Sold by Druggists and Dealers in Hed<cloe.'< 
geiieraliv. 

UE'J. W.SWETr, H. D.. Proprie or, 
Bvhton, Ma"'. 
J>n'j«'dJiw:im 



U». TCAHSHAL-M 1«UTI('E-IJM- 
. fKD STAIK.S OK AMbKICA-DlS 
IKKT OK MINNESOTA. 
United Stales of America vs. lifteen barrels of 

.'ip'rits, ac— U.S. Dlstnuc Court, District of 

Minne.sota — In Item. 

Whereas a ll'^ol of io(i>rniati.;n liath bi—u 
i:le>l on Ihe utlth dav of Kcbruurt , IMKi. in Ihe 
District Court of the United StiliM lor tho Dl!-- 
trict of Miun<>?e:a, on b-lialf of Ih" Unitid 
Stales against fifteen bnirils containing Hi'< 
Xliuo gallons ol apirits, for llic nasoDs In sub- 
slaticensin sail U'>el set forih, viz: That said 
spirits were heret-forn and sinw tbo third day 
of .Varah,l^*>'l,), distilled and manvfiiotMredat some 
distillery situate In said District of Minnesota; 
that said spirits were nevor inspected, gnagtd 
•Dd pi-uiiei/ according to tho proaisions of sec 
tlon o'J sf till! act cl l;onJ!ro^s, entitled "An act 
to provide internal revenue to supp>rt the g«v- 
ernment, to pay interest on th" pu'lic debt aud 
for oiherpiirpusei,"approved Junx 30, IMH. 

That iitid splriu weio sold aud removed for 
consumption or salo from the place where the 
eatne were diatillcd Kilh >ut the. pnyment of Ihe 
ditlies th'rron oranypart iheroof, aceordiug to 
thoalHtntn In sunh caAemadeand pro idid 

And whereas, I. CHAKI.r-S EAT 'N^ Marshal 
of IheUilted Mates fir the Distriet ef HInne- 
aula, u'>der and by vir'iio of a nnrranltome 
directed, issued out «t and under tho seal of the 
Di'trlct Oart of "ho Un'ted States for Iho 
Distrlet nf Min eanfa. on th" :^oih day of Kehni- 
ary, iSrtfl, have s»iiert th» fHld Ufwen barrels of 
spirits as the'oln 00mm ndrd. 

Now, theref -rr, noil « is hereby elventoall 
persons <-|aiming Ihe same, orknowineor hav 
Ins anything lo say why the s iine should not be 
c 'ndnmned s forieliert,»nd Ur proceed" ther«nf 
distribiited act^i'dlng to the p'ayer r.fihe said 
libel, that they he and appeir before the said court 
tolMi held In and for I he District of Minnesota, at 
St. I>iil, iu the H^id District of Minnesota, on 
the first Houdty nf Amll, INIO, at 1 1 o'cloek In 
Ihe forenoon ot that day. If the same shall be a 
day of Inrladirtion, o'hi-rwise on tho next day 
of jurindlotion thcre^ft«r, then and there to In- 
terpose a claim for the Fame, and to make their 
allegations in thi\t hi half. 

CIIAS. EATON, U. H. Marshal. 
H. . H08S, U. S. Dial, Attorney. 

St.raiil, Feb. j.l IKftrt feb24 Ht 

DU. Or. 1>. PltAXT, 

Lato Surgeon Itfth Uaso. Inf 'y, 
OflloH. next to tbe Vont Offioa. 

■ridr*-atr««t, HtaB«»v«lla,lHtaB. 

0>tn-y 



Frun tba Wabt.liaw llerild. 
ThicSt. Pai:l pKKhH lias laken a leap 
forward I II Impioveniont, by an addition ot 
lour coluinun, it is no* :i 3(i eolumn paiier. 

Fiom the 1,0 Sueur htateemau. 

Till, St. Paii. Piticss came to uh laat 
evvuln:;eiilur^cil to a nine eolumn pa^e pa- 
per. Wc have lre<|iientl> loatiieil the Vih.m 
lor what seviucd to us ut least as Uxi atron^ a 
dispiisitiou t<> exaggerate, eapccially in |K>- 
litieul uiuturs: Imt after all it has nu aupcrior 
ill tnterpribe iu the West, and WJieclock, iU 
chief editor, deserves the thanks ol the peo- 
ple f;(Derully, iu bis ellorls to break down the 
existing tmn-poriutiun luonopoliOM of tbe 
State. Weruok hiui now ab iuferiur lo but 
few editors iu the United .Stales. 

From the St. Pe!e- TriLune. 

TuK St. pALif, Daily Pkkss came to us 
last evening with another sult.stantial token of 
prosperity in the shape uf udditioual enlarge- 
ment. The I'ltLH.s ill now the largest daily 
paper published we>t of Chieaso,' and is con- 
ducted with as raarlwed ability as any paper in 
tbe West. Mne'j Ihe pieseul proprie^Jr» have 
been in Lhar^e, it has beeu un'excelleut paper 
in every respect, and is really a credit to 
the State ol Minnesota. We beartily congrat- 
ulate the proprietors for their uniform success 
and their enterprisiug spirit, in giving its read- 
ers a sheet worthy of every eoinuiendalion 
and encouragement. 
Prom the Preston (lilllmore Co./ Uepuhlican. 

TiiK Pkks8 is indispensable to auy 
man who desires to be well informed in re- 
gard to State matters, since it contains lull 
reports of the proceedings of the Legislature, 
acts passed, proclamations. State notices, &c. 
It deserves to be well supported at this time 
for its efforts lo crush out the outrageous mo- 
nopoly and combination entered into Ixitween 
steamboat and railroad lines in the transpor- 
tation of produce. 

from the St. I'eter Adverlieer. 
EXLAKOEMKNT OK THK PrKS.S —The 

St. Paul I'kes.s opened the year 1 8i36 with a nine 
eolumn sheet. This is an evident sign of 
prosperity. Tie enterprising proprietors de- 
servea liberal addition to their ILst of readers. 

From the Roohester Rfj.ulilican. 
TiiE Pkkss is ably conducted, fearless 
and outspoken, and is arrayed on the side of 
freedom and ci|ual rights. 

From the Houston County Journal. 
TiiK Saint Paii. Puicss, under the 

new order of things, is sapiiorted by lour addi- 
tional and substantial columns which makes 
.t the preat news edifice ofttie Sorthxcest, and 
we are glad to see it, as nothing spca^is more 
plainly the prosperity of a city than the sup- 
port of its journals, for it indicates energy, 
wealth, intelligence and letintment, for the 
educated read, tho liberal and active adver- 
tise, and wealth builds up und stocks our 
cities. 

From the Monticello Stalesmau 

Thk Saint Paui. Pkhs.s baa been en- 
larged to a nine eolumn paper. The Pkess 
is the largest daily paper printed west of Mil- 
waukee. 

From tho Lake Clly l."ader. 

The Pr.RSS ia so well and favorably 
known that it is needless to say anything in 
its praise. Next to a local or county paper, 
every one should take a lirst el.iss news and 
State paper, and where we have such an one 
in our own Stale, it should be supported l.)e- 
forc Mending abroad for other papers. 

From tbo Winnebago City Homestead. 

The Press is tbe best Local, Political 
aud Family journal published in the State, 
and should li^ive the support of every man 
in the Slate. 

From the Houston Ccualy Journal. 

TuK St. Paul Press is one of the 

most popular journals west of the Mississippi, 
and needs no encomium from us. Subscribe 
for it. 

From the St. Peter Adv.?rtiser, 

The Pkkss. — We canuot refer to a 
better newspaper than this, and we recom- 
mend all who wish tu pp'ourc late news, to 
send for tho St. Paul Piitss in preference to 
sending for Eastern papers. 

From tNe Uauturvllle Express. 

Tuk Press. — The Press has been, ev- 
er since its commencement a wideawalie, en- 
terprislug and reliable newspaper, and a zeal- 
ous advocate of Republican principles. 
From the Red Wing Argna. 

TuE Prrss is undeniably a first claaa 
news paper and particularly excels in early 
and correct information upon all subjects con- 
nected with the bnsiucss and growth of Min- 
nesota. 

From the Freet>orn County Standard. 

St. Paul Press. — For general news it 
is undoubtedly the best in the State. 
From the Wabishaw Herald. 

Tui; Saint Pavl Pkess, always a good pa- 
per, is adding new features of iiiterest every 
day. It came to us the other day with over 
twenty -fire columns of reading matter. We 
think that is bard to beat. The Puess has es- 
poused tbe cause of 1 be people against mo- 
nopolies tbat have for years been crushing 
the life oat of the country. 

From the St. Cloud Democrat. 
Thk Press may very properly be classed as 
a State institution The industry and enter- 
prise displayed in the news and business de- 
partments, with the strength and vigor of iu 
leading articles, especially on all important 
State subjects, makes it a" paper well deserv- 
ing the patronage and support of every Min- 
ncsoiian. 

From the Seakopee (Scott Co.) Argus. (Dem.) 
TiiK St. Paul Press. — We can can- 
didly recommend this paper — as an interest- 
ing newspaper — to be 'he bcstofuny now pub- 
lished west of Chicago. Its circulation is 
treble that of any other paper in the Stale 
and it publishes' the laws of the State and 
United States, as it is the olHcial State paper 
From the Le .Sueur Stalesnun. 
The Prk,<.< is an out and out Republi- 
can journal ef the ultra stripe, always true to 
the leading measures of its party, "an J con- 
tains an excellent variety ot home and dis- 
tant news. 

From the Rod Wing Kepubllcau. 

Thk PRK.SS is already known us a 
,go-abcad and wide-awake journal, and the 
proprietors promise great iiupruvcmcnta. 
From th? Ow.ito ■ na Journal. 
The Pbe.s.s is the Lading journal of 
the Slnie, and merits an extensive patron- 
age. 

From thq IIaslfn;;s Conserver. 

The St. Paul Pkkss we commend to 
those wishing a paper from that city. 

Frcni the Wilton (Waseca Co.) News, 

St. Pail Pke.s.s —The Pur.ss, since its first 
appearanec, five yeari* «g •, has made rapid 
strides towards a lirst-class journal. Radical 
in all its undertakings, it will continue to be 
one of the prominent journals of the State. 
From the Heoderoja Monitor, (Dem,) 

TiiK Pkk.s.s ranks as one of tbe best 
newspapers m tho Si.itc, always contains the 
latest news, und is worthy the patronage of 
the rending public. 

From the Austin (.Mower Co.) Register. 
St. Paul Press kou 1866.— This firm 
friend of freedom aud right, published at the 
Cnpiiitl of our Stale, is out with its prospectus 
for another year. It has pointed, spirited, 
patriotic editors, together with enterprising, 
faithful correspondents, and has proven itself 
to be a good Si ate paper. W'e presume the 
hundred copies already taken here will be 
increased to .a much larger number during the 
year 1800. 

From the Hastings Independeut. 

We take pleasure in calling attention 
to the prospectus of the St. Paul Piibss, in 
another eolumn. The Piiess has long been 
regnrdcd ns the leading political journal of 
the State, and from its ]iresenl appearance we 
predict that its enterprising proprietors will 
keep it up to that standard. It contains 
the latest telegraphic. National and 
State news uf the day, ami ai.sn furnishes a 
tasteful und uttraetivc variety of miscellane- 
ous lllcrnttire. Tbe subscript imi price of the 
Pri'ss is low, und liberal indiiecmcnts are of- 
fered to getters up of eliilis. When selecting 
a paper from our onoiinl remember ihePiir.ss. 
From 111" Iluil.-on (Wl.''.^ Times. 

The St. I'aul Prk.ss is the I'est paper 
published in Minnesota. 
From tlin Roche-ter ;')liii t I 1 o ) Ke| uViIican. 

The I'RKti.s is u1il\ ' unduetcd, learlesi 
and out-spoken, and i> arru}'cd ou the side of 
freedom and equal ri>:hts 



J.C.AM.C.IUMANKACO. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS. 

COMMISSION MKKiUUII'S, 

AMD AUKNTH ifOK TUK 

Bftei^olaantw* I>e«pAi,<Jila* 

UiWKK I.KVUiC AJfD BIBLKY ltT.i«CCl, 
jTia-tr ST. P>».iM>. 



B. K. PUTNAM, 



ADOLPU PAAK. 



Wholesale and Retail 

G K O C E K S , 

COMHISSIOX HKKCHAKTS. 

Importera ol 

European Produce , 

Dealers in 

Green and Dried Fruits, 

and in all kinds of 

Cor. Third 4 Market Sts,, St. Paul. 



^lotltittg. 



AT GREATLY REDDCED FRICEi 



FVom thiM rTime Out. 



STEAM AND GAS PIPE, 

«00 0<><> Foot qV 

IKON ANDdiiLVANIZli:!! PIPE, 

yVtssorted, 1*8 t<> & Inobea. 

lOKKis, mm, k m% philamiphi.^ vsx. 

In store aud lor salu by 

J. T. RYERSON, Sole Agent, 

«tO At 2t4 Mouth crater •<., 

CHIC-^VGO. 

N. K, Further supply trrlvlnc all the time. 
Orders exvculod protnpllv aud tt low figuron, 
fabi8-Im 

|TAnVSY omvBK, 

Attorney at Law. Office over Parker Paine'^ 
Rank, third stroet, Ht. Paul, Minn. novH-ly 

BOOH ABD JOB PMtnTIJiO XK 
the be»t ttyle and at tho lowost rates at the 
St. Paal Prcas Stoam Job Priatlac offloe. 



October 2, UM6, 



<cl&-ti 



FOR ST. PAUL DIRECT. 

The Northern Liae Pacxot 

Will leave I'ittjburgh for St. Paul and Inter- 
mediate points about tbe 10th of March next. 
JVFor rrei»;Ut or paaeago apply on I oard or 

to R.C.GRAY. 

Jan'.2r-C « 



FOR ST. PAUL DIRECT, 

The new and splendid 

Nortliern. lane F*ai_'ket 

m:i]V]ve8ota , 

OA.F»r. a'H03MA.8 B. K11L.L.. 

Will leavH Pittsbargh lor St. Paul and all 
poinu on tlie Upper Hinsinslppi about theL'Oth 
day ol March. lUi- Minnesota ha4 be'-n Uuilt re- 
(tardle.^8 of eapence , and xt fitted out and furu- 
iebed superior to any boat on the Cppe;- Miitel'- 
sippl. For freight or passage apply to 

B. c. c Rav, 

nttsbarab, January 20, 18M. jana7-6w 



A,<'.WaTUERlLL. CHIS, A . ll-nAM. 

WETHEBILL & IPHAH, 

General Comuiissioa Merrliatitt!s. 

•-^8 SOUTH LKVEK, 
Between Elm and Myrtle Streets, 

SAiPrr LOUIS, mo. 

febie 



IMPORTANT TO LAWYERS. 
THE REVISED STATUTES 

OF 

M: I]V:iVE80TA., 

ae reported to the 
FBESENT LEGISLATOBE 

BV THK 

Revision Ckimmissioaers. 



Tbe undcraigned have on ha ad a Uiiu«d nura 
ber of Volnmci of this work, oontaining about 
Nine Hundred Pages. It embodies tbe entire 
legislation of the State to date. 

The volume is toe large to send by luil, but 
will be promptly sent by Express en n^Kipt ol 
remittance. 

Price, 9>.«»* per copy. Address, 

PRESS PASHTiaCS CO., 

Sc Paal. Tttlaa. 



GEO. W. PRESCOTT, 

BOOKSELLER& STATIONER 



Having bought out GEORSE Lim.K 
carry on the business at tbe old plat e. 



«iU 



161 Tlurd-t<t.. St. Paul 

Additions have been made to tbe old stock 
to meet present wants, and fresh 'upplies 
of such articles as ,ire in demand will be pro- 
cured. 

And everything else in the paper tine, except 
coUars, to be found at 

lei rrhird street 



feb6 6m08 



Offers both seaes good advantages in r olid and 
ornamental branches. Spring term of birteen 
weeks begins March 2tith. {sfl pays f.-r board 
and common English. Superior buildings, 12 
teachcts, and "one of the most si ccessfu 
schools in the Weft." 

For Catalogues address the Rev. a. W, 
QGEHEAU, A.M., Aurora, IU. feliSOlm 



PHOVOOMAPH OAKDS FOH 
GtiNTLKMEN. — Sample with Ca alo; uei 
sent for2S oents. loolose an envelope w th yoai 
own name, and Address, D. HEMJCTFE. « 

d<<<I.S7-Ain. en I.lbertv ot. N. Y t'ily. 



STEiMBOAT FOR SALE. 



ti 



One half of the steamboat 

G. H. AVKEKS,'^ 

Now laying it (Savanna, Ills. For further par- 
ticulars enquire ol 

R. A. KNAl'P. 
fuperintendent W. V. K. K. .MMi-.na, 
or. I. II. KK.I.I.V, 
U. I. KlLLMt, 
Ktcine, 
or ORIS >« OLD A LOWlty. 
fel>9 Ira I utaqne, 

VermM, one-hall down, bilauce iu I'l aud 12 
months. 

PHOTOGRAPH GALLEKY 

tOppoaite the 13ri«i(Ke„i 
TUIKU STKKIET, S.%I?IT TAIX. 



The sutworiber having purchssed irom V, K. 
Carpenter A Co. tho I'notograpti Gallery so lav- 
orablv kncun as Mrs. Walliln?' GalWry, Hay- 
ward's Block, respectfully Inform* Ihe lliiens 
OfSt. Paul and vloinlty that lie It pre|>ared to 
execute Photographs in every style of tbe art, 
and hoi>cs bv making Br^t-rlnss wo'k to merit a 
share of their patronage. Having had lnurteen 
years experience, he hopes to pleaae Ile most 
fastidious. 

Partioular attention to cMldrea and oop>lug. 
ALKX SINCLAIR, 

Formerly of Arcade (laltery, Roohestor, M. Y . 

feba-ly 

WIMBISH'S EXPBESS 

carriei Passengers, Uagga«c aud Frelffai any 
where in tbe olty at the lowest rates. Offloesai 
Saka' Grooery Store and Falrohild e AucUor 
Store. 



ORUBB & WHITNEY, 

Heal Es'ate -Argents 

Taxes nid, land Warrants and I orip kcjOed. 
Houses. Lois and Famu fur sale, 
febl-tf 



Notice to FarmtsrH. 



SUPKKIOR UOUHIC. 

••▼•aalk Strve*. betir«ra lk«b*>rt aasi 
Klaaeaata •*!«««•, 

Two squares abore tl^o InteniaUontl, new y open- 
ed and kept by 

Bapecial attention given to Farmeis. Good 
staMlng attaobed to the picmUes. Charges very 
moderate. Tbo Bar Ik Ktockrd with tie best 
Wiaei, Liqnon and Ot*n. 

JaaSl-lm 



ivi AmA. 



iSTVLKH NEW AMI KLKViMT. 



Stock Eitensive aid Varied. 



lUnbraclug the laigeat and must eompl«la ma- 
sortmcnt ol 



French, Eoglbh & Americai 
B£ A VERS, 

ol the very beat gt*d« and (joality, tor Ove/ooaU 
and Suits, Aitja large Slock of 

FOERIGN AND DOMESTIC 

Coatings, Cassimeres, kc, 



Tlut we will oBer for tale In large or 
quantities, or make into garmeniB. We 
invite the attention of gentlemen 
who prefer Clothing, 



STILISH AKD FASBIONABLK, 



as well as those ol more conservative taete, 
wiUi c^nddenoe that onr goods and prices wijl 
merit their patronage. 
We have at this time a good aesortment of 



Plymouth, N. H., Gloves, 
MITTENS AND OHER QAUNTLETS, 



ol the Aneat quaUty. 



K. «. TEIVIVEY, 

Dri<]<r«4 Nquare. St Paul. 



CHEAPER 



TMAti TMiC 



CHEAPEST! 



NE"W STORE. 

NEW GOODSl 

G. O. 01£I(i*W0r.X> 

Wbolesale and Retail I>ealer la 

MENANOBOY'SaOTHIi^G 

CLOTHS. CA.S«>I.M£BE&, VESTISGS, AND 
TAIIvOa'S THiMMINGS, 

HATS. OAPS. 

AND 

GENT'S FUAZnSHIlfO GOODS. 
Tru0k8, Valitieb, Carpet Bags, 

MILITAKr OOCII>8, Bl'BBB CAPES, COATS, 1.KC- 

GtSie, ETC. FTB CAPS, COLJ.AB8, OliOVBS, 

BUFF.\1X> COAT8 AJTD BOBEB, 

Clothing Manufactured to Order, 

under manaxem^nt of JACOB MATTHEWS, 
Cuuer. U. P. BOYLON. Salesman; both for- 
merly with T, B, Campbell. 

lO-^. Tlaird Street, 

("WUoox BlocU.) 
A. I If T PAT7L, MINN. 

llylB-tf 



§tlS <^e6i 



J. L FOREPAUGH & CO. 



13* TBCBD STMEl 



Saint Paul, Minnesota 



THE only; exclusively 



mmm wi m& wm 



In Minneeota. 



dec24-ly 



Cathcart 8l Co., 

DRY GOODS, 

Pio. 13 « Xlilrd dtrcet, 

ST. PAtJI-., MINN. 



lebl-dAwly 



REAL ESTATE AGENT. 



STEPHEN MILLER, 

Jackson Street, 

OrPOSlTE INTERNATIONAL HOTKL, 
SAINT I>AX71i. 3MINN, 



Will tuy and sell Real Estate, enter Pnblio 
Lands, with Warrants, or Agricnltural Col- 
lege Scrip, after a personal inspection of the 
lands, and pay Taxes for non-residents In any 
part of the SUte. 

He refers to the SUte offloers and C sslon- 

al Delegation of Minnesota. 

Jan.l7dairw- 



STATE OP mnivBaoTA— c-orx- 
TY OF RAMSEY— P80BATK COURT. 
Special Term— January 13, 1M6. 

In tho matter of the guardianship of John 
Armetrorg. 

On reading and filing the peliition of .Tennie 
Armstrong, gnardtan of ^ald minor, repreeenting 
that taid minor is seind of c»"r;ain real estate, 
and that it is expedient and n»c>>«»ary to sell a 
part of the same, anl pra) leg tor license to sell 
the said portion: 

It is order»>d that Wednesday, the 21st day of 
February, iMki. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at 
the office of tho Judge of Probate In the city of 
St. Paul, beinc assigned for tho hearing of said 
petiiion, and that the next of kin of said minor 
and all other persons Interxstrd in said minor 
and his estate, are repaired to appear at a session 
of tie Prcbate ('ourl then and there to be holden. 
to show cna.*e, if any there l>e, wliy the prayer of 
saidpi-iition shouli not bs gimnted and said li- 
c use given. 

M. r. CKOWKLI., 
Judge of Probate. 

wtdjau31-4w 



W. A. PATERSON, 

AT 

Steam Bakery Sale^ Room, 

on Jaclsson street, 

OPPt>SITK ILLIBGWOKTH'8 CLOCK, 
H»» a large lot of 

Michigan Apples 

for sale. Call and examine belor« porcbMlnc 
ALSO 

Ne-w Apple Cider 

By the barrel or gallon. 

W.A.PATKRSON. 
Jan.U-Sa. St. PanI, Mian., Jan 17, UM«. 

STEINWAY & SONS 
Cliickering & Sons 

Beard man A O-ra^ '« 

And the largect Mid boat M«ort»«nt of 

ORGANS. MELODEONS. 

aid' 
MuMioal IntttfuBtenta. 



Iaa7 



In tb« State, nt 

iWTUrd 



LEDQEBS. J0DIUIAL8, »«., mnde to •» 
twn udboudja lb* bMt Uitntj.tkt ^^^ 



D. W. INGERSOu. & CO. 



continue th« sale u 



DRY GOODS 



AX 



Wholesale and Retail, 



AA Price* tm C«rr»ap*»«l «■ ttk tk» 
Esiatvra nwrkci. 



C^LICOEB, 
Twenty toTwenty-liie cenis. 

Twentj-fiic to Thirty teuts. 

And otber Gooda to oorrerpond nt 

D. \M!S(>;er!!;oll^(o.% 

IngersoH's Block, St. Paul. 



decU 



GREAT ATTRACTION 



AT 



THE CHEAF CASH STORE 



DRESS GOODS 



AT OLD PBICES. 



Dress Goods at 25 Gent3 ! 
Dress Goods at 30 Cents ! 
Dress Goods at 35 Cents I 
Nice Cashmere Delaines at 50cts. 

Good Alpaceas at 50 rents* 

DELAHTES AT 25 CENTS. 
Good Merinoes only $1,50. 
Good A. W. Reps only $1.50, 

AHD A OKXAI* »L »T«tK Or 

A.X LO-W PRICKS. 
M£W STVLE BLACK AND WHIIK 

PLAID SHAWLS. 
CLOAKS AND CLOAKING S 
Balmoral and Hoop Skihs. 

FOB ABT KIND OK 

You will find it for your intereft to fo to 

H. KNOX TAILOR'S. 

218 Thiixi-sti-eeT. 

DO«24 



Rich and Rare Goods 
0. C. GREENLEAF'S. 



Solid. SSilver >^'are» 

Warracted egnal to coin. 

Table Spoons Dessert Spoons, 

X K A. SPOONS, 
Solid Silver Table and Tea KaiTes, 

Table Fork», t>ea*ert Fork*, ricklc Korlit, s*r- 

dine Fork*. Clieeoe Forks, l»i,> Kuivr*. Cake 

Knlvet, Butter Knives. Ohe«>i>e Knlree, 

Soup Lndlef, Sagar ^poonr. Sai^aj- 

8>Aer», Silver Napkic Rin«», 

Jelly Spoons. Berrv Spoons, 

Ov»ler IjiH<>«. kfusianl 

Spoons, Salt Spoon?, 

loeCream Spuon', 

saa SPOONS, gom i.iiie<i. 

Preaervo Spoons, Sil.rr l"up< ar.il iKitleta, Ten 
Stimtnera, Tobacco Boxes. Card Ctftr, Spoctndfl 
Omm, Tort Xonaie5, Salt CeUam. rrnit Knlros, 
Ckild*! Knives, Forks and !>|>ooii'— all purt> Sil- 
ver. A large aaeortniciit olSILVtli ri^ATEl) 
WABE. 



patten I 

mBttaf 



mWULfAM HTATCHK* 

A larce lot. In UoM and Silvpr cas^rs atUnsted to 

neat and cold — varranted t^ood time- 

keeper*. 

too Cases Seth Thomas' Clocks. 

A fhll Une of 

IVORY AND PEARL TAILE CUTLERY. 

OosiC and tee the DUmond Good.-, at 

O. C. OKKBBLKAr-a. 
The largeet assonmenl of 

Gold and Silver Watches 

In the SUte. 

Diamond, Opal, Pearl Rnt<y ard > mi i aid Btnga 

•ad Pln>, Oavii, AmethvKt and <;arnet Jew- 

•ll7,8aUd «i«ld BraeeMs. tioM Thimblta, 

Gold Heoklaoe*. (jo'.d Cbains, 

(alarirelot.) 

Solid Gold Hings. 

■■Bill — ,M— T« ■«(••■•, »t«4a, K«yt,« 
•••la, dkc 

Store in Greenleafs Block, 

Oppodte Conoart Uall/noar the Post OOoe. 



d ««■«' 



.c.«: 



CABiBBT •n«AS iwavmrc- 
TIpMS AKD' MUSiC.-WiDner'i Pwfect 
Ouoafor the Cabinet Orican. coDtaUinit «a<7 
and pronreailTe lewoas, and new and attraMlve 
ucvKiM*, daai{a«d ta enable aov one to obtaia 
k knowledce or iCavlnK without the aid of a 
Tcaeher; tcMther with a choice collection of 
popninr Haslo adaotad to the Inatrameat. Price 
75 eenu, on reoeipt of «iaoh coplei «iU be 
■ailed, po»t-paid. 

OLTVEB DITSOH A 00. 
MIS PnbUsheri. Boatoa. 



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fHE BAINT PAQL DAILY PKE8K TUESDAY, "feBRUABT 27. 1866 



* -~ ~~i ~.. .>- ^- 



r 




ll»iUoad». 



MINN. VALLEY RAILROAD. I MORSE'S EXPECTORANT. 



aa 



Ob aail atter 



Mouda), l>tamlK'r 25tb, 1M)5, 

Tt*iO» «U1 luuii-i ln<IU-att'.l t< low, coast oitrg 
at Mfutlut* «ith(Iie 

Minuesota Stage Co.'s Line, 

^^ tculiiou Ui« 

mTnNESLH Al'ENTKAL RAILWAY. 

ft( fuul ai li.lW .*. nt. A. -t.Jl* p, m. 

i.JlNi.. tASl. 

■.r.*ir> 4n.«Uut>«« M( tt !». ai. A 4 p. at. 

. A HAilll.rCN. brcffUry. 

b'lKSr UIVllilON 

ST TAl'L \ IWClFir K. U 

-. mi \it.t MCNIAI. M>VKMbKB »lh, 
f»»*e-a$-'x (r»itt* wil run »-•• tollowj 
•>«>■««> «%'BST. 

L«a'*» ' .. .......... t.M *, Ml 

Loaves .'~ ...•«$ A.M. 

Laan*-- M . tl:!0 a, h, 

L'»av<- ..V <» ». a. 

L'WVf ... .\C-i» A. M, 

AntT« ' . » • ' ir M *. w. 



Tiie Groat Throat aud Lung 
Medicine. 



l<«a.*»a at. <'»b; 

Leivvs S;. AnthcEv 
L^ive* >'■>• ■•""■ 

Antvr - ■ - 



. ..« Ji>». * 

. ..« « r, u 

..S:Ur. » 

...» 45 V, a 

..«0»P. M 



Mi'IlSlNO. 



Leave* l 

Lrs'r^ >; 
L<»»i'» « 
ArUi » 



L««v>>» r 



' M A. »< 

. .1 :0a A.M. 
... •:Ma.k, 

I.IO A.a. 

....«.W A. ■• 
. IO.ua M, 



B*«ry tiiar. 

It hda Mvvrr fiillrU •« Aurr Itec woral 
('r«u|> auti ( uld 

It U Ihr o-il< .nrattiH«> •b.Al Mill (-«i«i 

It Mill |irr»rHt t uu*uiu|iltuu 
■ t Mill euro .4.<<tliuia auil Kt-llvto 
1 unsunaiiiiiiH. 
Kt cui'va lttllu«>iixu uuU Sord TkroMt. 

It aurci all, 11 tlu< Jircc'.iou.^arrisiTlctly tuUow- 
tsi, or tht> luoney wiil be ifluudeil, 

rtiat Cou^U wtiicU xou ;<ri' m-j^l-tliuj; miy re- 
sult iu utdl c>.>Q«un'i>(iou II !>jiue iiroaipt rvuii-dy 
i» not UM'd. 

Why aacnULc' > uur UU< \<Uf u )uur Ji^oaeo cau 
be cund so ni>uWl> ;i"J n ^o ruiM a co.-! ' 

What is the >a! if of uk'ik'V uIu'u ci'iu .-iiej 
to h-»lth .1 

Mv-ii.-* t'ii> , If.uj. .Alarili .'..1. iMij. 

Mfssrit SIcKSR * Oili.Ki — IKiir .>;tr9 : Ihis U 
to ctr'.ilV ih:»i 1 hni' UM'd Mors< '» K\iii't,>rimt 
In my limi:> dt Uif U-t two yt-ars. Kor cough", 
»or^ lung". «i". 1 Itn >»• it i* oiu" oi th" tH-nt 
moJicii;'** I'v vr u,>t' !. i'or Croup it^ itVec't* or*« 
wonder ut I hive ••ioUla la'xe imounl ot It luJ 
recommend it to my t'rieml', ami lake pleasure 
la r»comiiHuiliii)s its u-e. WnowiuK that bv au 
doiiiK much ^uderiiij; i-. rehiveil 
Youj trulj , 

MAUTIN KKDIXlilJN. 

A' .'TIS, Minn., March Mh lM"o, 
I heret'y cerxtitv that I have examiued uud 
tesfd in m> I'r.ciice the modlcine Ivuown as 
Mor^e'sT spec-.o ant, lor I'ouiih.", <"oI is, I'Toup, 
Astlima, i;-.. \ •.. I'rci.uietl l'\ Mor-e St ihiilev. 

I rccard II n^i a it- laritl.ir ,.l jircat ni>Tlt,and 
■Aoulicunlinl V recouuuoiul it as lK'iu(r,,t;rep;ired 
with Meciil c.ire, t<v r<Uill' men ^ more dfica 
clous lor llie lr»aim.'nt cf the vuriou.i <lisea-es 
forviliiih it is de^i^uci', tUuu any remedy of 
whlcN I h»>t kiiy kL'o',vlt'df;e 

n. A. UAI(Nt:S. M D. 



\ r >•'>•• 



>:tSl>.M 

*.» P.ll 

.t.lUP.* 

fllSP. M 

. ..»:!$».» 

.J S3v « 

.11'^ 1. Hil at the Stailoo^, 

ti,' ^^ o/Vi tej by The Oou- 



L.M 

Lea. 
Arrlv-f a 

11.:!? - 
or »a ■■<.■■ 
doner. 

UAttt rKStWUT TKA19*. 

i)«i3K Kast A ■. 

UoUi« ':v ■> M. 

ipt*-tl r. M. l»BI.AJi«». aapt. 

TO RAILROAD PASSENGERS 



Addt'-ss all otdiTs to 



VAWTKHMiOJiE, 



Wholesale Druggists. 



P»*«ei!; r- k"<>!Ra Ka-^t -"r tiottth over th« 

Minii<"ij»ia Contra! Railway, 



1st Di\ 



rvac'i 



Oirni* 

Fa.iti • 1-. 
Bmilwa 

o«t3-»f 



:• >•: ■J* )-, ¥. l>y \\\a 

•, [\iiil i Pacific R. R 



ATI"-.'-!! ■ 'r rfin" 'o wmeot with 
' : Jinn fcuth '»" 



1 !'!■• ."St. Taal A 

Hintiesota CVutrAl 

i .-•'eririT? an! bau- 

»-. R. WELAXO. 

ffnperintondent. 



VIA 

Rc'-JiA**T«r .;n<l Winona and St. Pet«r 

k.V%»: ■■ - ■ ■iv.ij Kjch'Stfr dally »• 7 : 

to A. « ■ ■ Viaona at 5 o'clock, p. m., 

ocaa-.ti! 

aiumodota Stage Co.'s Lin* 

for LaCrjj?e. 

Betttmiuk' :-iv-s Winona at 6 .W p. a., artW- 
B«at Rcc'a ■'••-•r at ;o p. m 

I»a.i,.Q,jfrs by tMs r<iute atop over night at 
Roc'ioit.r aud m ik.^ the -ime time to and Item 
8t. I*»al a* ^T th^^ Kivrr Route. 

For T" > to the KXiini-oots btage 

Coa;»n^ - 

JOHN NEWELL, 

iie«'(tt 9ai>«>riDleii4«i>t, 



Altuw us t'. a Id that o'lr sl'ick is tail and 
compete. The atenllon nud latiooage vi the 
Norlhwrst r<-«;ectla1[y solicited. 

VAWTER & ROSE. 

Sf. Pa :' .lauj.ir;. 1 : ;;, ■ 
.ir.l. 

i • THI^ar. IS NO HUCtI \?ORDAS {.AM." 

I 

I 'P;irr;iin*«« C'tiiniioinKl K::s.t r!«ct 

If^ sum certain and spcdv cure forail disca.^cs 
of tlic aUilder, KidKiys aud I rinajy Orpins, 
eitlier iu niiiN- 'ir ferialc, freijuciitly performiDg 
a iiefect cure in :he short ^[>ace of thrt tJ or four 
day!<,and alway.» iu l-.s- ti:iie ihi;n any ether 
pnjurat'.ou. In tli,> >i-'- ut i.irrani's t'oiiipound 
txtract '.if Cut/"h'-' aMd Coi-nJba therv i* no need 
01 coinrineiuTt or cliang') of diet. In its ap- 
proved loriu >i| a pa.-'te. It is entireiv tasteless, 
and c,.use< n<i uai.lea.';xut str.satioo to th'S pa- 
tient, aul D'> cx^iosor--. I! is ackuowlcdfted by 
the most Ioarri>a in t'.c profct^^ion tint iu the 
above c'lifs of disc.-v.«s, Cub^bs and Copaiba arc 
the only fvo remt'Jlcs knawn tliat csai be relied 
iif>u with any certainly of tsuocosa, 

T:irranf« Compound fixtrsclol'l'ulcbs iiadro- 
paitaNKVUt (fAIi.si 

Manufac:ur d only by 

TJLKJl.l.^T * ( U., 
STJ'fJrecn-vl-;! st., N-^w York 

CV Z<.M '.■•/ t.:ru)tidst< ail nv-'r !bc W .tM. 

myl7-ly 



Chicacja |lclvcrtij$cmcut 



Cisars w.t.aT£u- 



WINTER ARRAx\GE.WENT. 

MI\^ESI)T\fEnR.\lR\llWl\, 

Quickest, Cheapest and Most Com- 
fortable Route to the East. 



On and 
Irains wi. 



SDAY. Deceibcr 1th, 

' lolowo : 



!*», 



fcXfHKlEXCtD AGENTd 

to canvass for 

LOSSIXG-S PICTOuIAL lUSTOUY 

I OK TIIK. 

GlttJAT Civil. WAXt, 

I In llir^p Volume4 of 'Vo I'ages each, 

I And containing over 2,l'lX) lllustraiions ; 

j '"The -tandard." 

I atidfts such '•cdor-id by (ienerals Griul, Sher- 
man, ohendaa, Dix, Wo I aud oth»r.-. 
I Addre-?, CI.vUKLiiO., 

Wi.-tcin Publishers. 
SO & .S.' Wasbicgton-st., Chicago, III. 
, fgbVlm 

isee. isee. 

' Cash Wholesale Clothing House. 

W^HIXli: UKOXIIKitR*, 

I H '.10Ui:S.\l.K I'KALKFs IN 



CiOIXtS SOtJTH. 
Let-. ■ ■Hinn-'apoli* 

>'— ' • ■ . 



7.30 A. ■» 
3.15 •• 
. S45 ■ 

. a 10 ■■ 

. 9.M " 

10 OO " 
.lO.'W • 
.10.54 " 
.11 iO M. 



M. 



. 4.00 r. 

. 4.P5 ' 

. 5 05 ' 

. 5.i25 ' 

. 5.50 " 

. rt.20 ' 

. 45 ■ 



,. .,,. c; K.ar.. .rions with th» Min- 

i"ompany"« lin^s at Faribault. 

!JT - "f foir ho-sp coaches run be. 

' K i--on. wher" passerjrcrs 

■ • Winoia and M. Peter 



tm ; 

JLItitft 

<^( ...NOr JVOUTH 

Lmtc f ari'-anlt 

" I.mr 1.1- 

" Xonh!'.;-! 

" Caste Itoclt .. 

" Far: .-• ■ 

" Hr 

" W. 

•' M- 

Arrive Y 

Trains » 
a-«ota Sta 

>'wo ■'■'.•' 
I xe* • 

CO I. 

Ba; - 

Fa >■ iiK.r-. .-a.ii i? St. Haul or Mioneapoli» at 
7 A. y arrive at Wiaona at II r. m., and at La 
Cro.«e t'> 1 -: • '' J "A..M. train no.xt momlne; 
or If pr. t r main 9> Winona over nipnf 

and reaca ..j. •-■■ for the 5 P. M. train next 
day. 

Ar'anS'":nen s have b» ea mode for for irarding 
freU' t I; •:.ii ruute Irom La Crosse with dls- 
pa?i lir-atly r>-d'iced rates. Throa/?h 

cof - i#ht can b" made at the office of 

the I ;a Minneatrill-, or with tiorup & 

Cham; ,.i). >K^L--. .>-t. P:<iil. 

Thr"U.;^i riA-->t- ciu he purcha.^«'d to LaCroise 
andailj- • i- • rior of Southern Min- 

nCFOts a •;,« Railway Company 

asdcft' 1 '.-e Company. 

decitf i». < . iiiEPAltn. <•«!•■•. 

FIRMT UlVl»It>.T«T. PAt I, AID 
FAl IKIC liAII.KCAD, 



CLOTHIlSr(i 

VNI) 

(lentleuicuN ruruhhiui; (voodsj 

Cbambera, -tl^ aad itt Wubiaah At.. 

Bettceen Lake a'l-l Hnultlpi ^:i'j-t:!, (.'hieago. 
4^I'articu:ar attcn'iun p..iJ to orders, 
ia u.t0-9n ^ 

JOHN V. FAinVELL & CO ," 

WHOLESALE 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 

li.llA Hi Wjiiiasii Aveiiui', 
CTIK '^>lGO, 

ANU NO 5 COLLEGE PL.\CE, NfcW YORK 

49'Par:icuUr atteatiou paid to orders. 
ian:tO-.^m 



i: I'Art., Jane H>,l 



IK8. I 

-- < ) 'r I c K 
TO bOTLEHS OX ft. R. I.A.M>S. 

A" li land at oovj-rtrri-Lt pric- 

wh^ t 'jwnship* named t'**Ir.w, are 

her' It t'l" Comjiany hia aciulred 

tbn fee '.> :... iu ^road lands located In sad Town- 
•hip', and th-y ar« h»'r<'hy required to make 

Sroof if tli-!r rlRhl to the land" iccnpled by 
lem, and luak- t>aymenl Hit'-; , .Tcorditijt to 
the lax-* r*?silniin|r the same. 



Throat and Lungs. 

MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM, 

I« warranted to b! the only preparation kuowa 
to furi Coughs, Coldi, lloarsenes-, Asthma, 
Whoyt iniiCo'iiths, Chr ni.: Coughs, Consump- 
tion, Hroncliilis nnJ Cr,^.iip I'.eirg prepared 
from Uocey and Herb-' it is Iieilipp, softening 
and expf-ctoraMDir. and p.irtlcularlv i-uilable for 
all affections of th" Thmi' anl I.u-k-, I'or fale 
by all Druggiatg every wh^r•. 



PK. .STUICKLAND'ST N'lC is a concentra- 
ted pr. jaralion ofKool-' and Uirbs, with autia- 
ci !s and caruiinativf .s lo strn^tlun the stomach 
anl n<rvoui s\9tem. It i' a ci-rtain remedy for 
fj "tep-iAor In 'if; ■stioii, Xervou'ne s, Loss of 
App> lit.- Afirti'y o' ilm .sionncli, K atulency 
aid r<biUi'. It is not a cohoii-, t!i'r>ljrf par- 
ticularly fuUi'd lor Wtnli, .".ervi/ua and • yspep- 
tic p«?rsons. Kor fale by all lirug^sta every- 
wherv, ut $1 pir bottle. 



»,».7... 
7, 17, 19, 
1,5,9, T' 
tl.ii), "1. 
7, S«, 11.11, t ,. 
I, 3,5, 7. 'J, U, 

1,3,5, J, y. 11, 
27, r'. 
»;», 11 
Jj, II. 1 ; 

J,3,5.7. 

1,3 . 
5, 19, 2.1 - 

19, »,.;' 
«, u, n. 

«,». 7, v», 

1.3 

I«, 35. 

1. 3.5, 7. v.. ■ 

w, r 

1.5,7. 1.1 

87, T' 

n,33 

1,3, II, 'I 
», 5,7. tf '■ 

W. J' 
S,». 17, I,' 

tl 

1,3,5, v. ! 
.3,6,7..' 



•rn. Range 



i:t. IS, 

n, 15, 



17,19,21,2:1, a. 

17,19,21,23,25, 



, -1, n, 25, --9, 



' ■- V, 
. vs. ^I,/:l, 27, 



■K, 



^1 

U 

'.4 
II 

X-b 
V, 
34 

36 
119 
120 
l-'l 
11:0 
M» 
119 
1/1 

IVO 

121 
123 

12'' 



it 

2« 
2R 

n 

■■•7 



2» 
23 

21 
2-< 

:-;* 
25 
M 



M 
28 



. UJ r. 

■■ ■' ■.;.•» I« 27 

... U-S 27 

• ^ l:^! a 

. ^f. ■*.■«. 241.27, 

}■/■■ M 
ii-.'Hvr. I, UK K-K, 

T »nd CommlssioA'-r. 



^^aiul J'aiil Marl)l«; Works, 



Ojr 



■ r.— -.r the old American Uou-'i-.; 



PILE REMEDY. 

m. .S'r,cl.l.nd's ril> IthMKDV na cured 
thou.nuds of th>- vvors- rases of ISii^id and Illeed- 
ingPil^s. It rive.s imir.ediate reliel and tir»ct» 
apennao<'nt cure. T y it die.Ht!v. It is war 
rani.id to cure. Kor sa'e by all Drisgirists it 50 
ce^s^jier b jtll"'. Ifl.tly 

W^r. SHUFELDT & CO 

' iucc«i-ors 'ij A. K. <"ro-l<ey.) 
,;■.,( ."•■../.; I)i tri.r, .,/• th- rv!: hrrj. ,1 

COLUBraiAN GXN 

COLUMBI.\N/ \, 





^l^'OAUO.^"^ 



All kind' ut AiAKRLK WOftK doni' i»ord>r 
ra'tlfi-JlT altrntion given to criNTKACTM 
.«rg« MONCJIKNTfJ or any kind of FANCY 
i-!.AlN MONL'MKNTAL WflRK. 
ALL WORK WAIlKANTKt*. 
*,#- Now la th.: ll:ao lo leavo your Uprlrif cr 
dnn. 

*:. M ALDBKH. 
(«iUfr-l« Ainnt tar the Company. 

JA,H. J. HILL, 

Ji'orwarding & Commission 

A'JKNT FOB TIIK 
UOUTH WE.STEKN PACKBT COMPANY 

ILLiriOLS OENTKAL RAILWAY, 
ICIL. A5D FUAIKIE DC CnUtN RAILWAY. 
FREIOnT CONTKACTED 
ALL POnffS EAST AUD BOCTTI AT 

TH ,U)WZ8T KATZ6. 
fl^OTenharget andDaaafei praatptiyae* 

td^attcd. 



X 



ALSO, ULSTILLLUS t>V 

Alcohol, Pure Spirits, 

WIlI.<KIfcf- fip ALL GUADfeg. 
I>oni«iHt.ic T^iciuoi-**, 

A' 1> OLALEh.SIN 



OKFICK; 

61 South Water btrool, 

*;M«CAtlO,II.l,. 



P. O. Drawer r.5ii 



Th.9 l^ing the cheapest Spirit m:„k.-! ,n the 

world.weinvlfatt<.n'1onofI>,.alersinI,omJtic 
Liqaora to our goods, feeling asBur- d that wo can 
o!r>*r them uporial Inducement.s. 

Wo would call tho particular atlentlcn of «>., 
traiJo to our 

coLXJMoiikiv oirv. 

Which is adintllllon of Eye, Malt. Wine and 
lUlian .lunlper Brrriet, and has all the proper 
ties and navor of the imported article. 
»cp2.eowi7 ^£4] 



PROBATE BLANKS 



illE l'IU':SS FKIN TING COMl*AN¥, 

To aupply a dtfUoieucy luagexlattug.Uave printed 

aud ready lor Dale the following Blanka 

forLsvlu Probate Court . 

LET'IKUSOF aCAUDlAMbUir, 

COMMISSION hBS' W ABBAN T8, ( with oaths. 

KKPOKT OK COHMISSIOMKBS, 

APl-BAISKK.S- APPOINTMENT, ^withaalh*,) 

1MVENK>U\ AND APPBAlhl'.MKN 1. 

bbl-ABAlK INVENIOHY BY WIDOW, 

ADMINl.SIKAlOB-<i llONDo, 

1.0M.UIS.S10N lO tiEin.K CLAIMS, 

LETIEKS OV ADHINISTBAIIOM, 

WAUUANT lO APPUAISEB.^, 

liUAllDIAN'S BONDS 

SALE BONDS, 

E.\KCU10B'd BONDS, 

LETIEUS TESTAMKNTAKY. 

For sale by tin- .(viire oi iitngle sheet, Addteg* 

I'HKMM I^UIiVTI.VU CO. 

JOHN WOODWARD, 
IMe I'oliitnt Tailor, 

/VND ClaO'I'HlKI-f, 

Dats, Caps, Furnishing Ooods, 
~" ' " Upper 



2lhi» ^mX |*uul I^Vj^jS. 

KBLtltllKD DAILY, TRIWKEKLT AMD WBBKI.T 

• ' lliof— A.iljoinii«u; Iht- Hiitluts. 

THE AOE OF DIVORCE. 



l^.\uuiplcai ol'Ulvorce in llearla. 



Dealer in 
Broadcloths and Cassimerea. Third street 
Towp.st. Paul, Mian. Cash advanced to suit 
in tioUI.Silvtr or Greenbacks. ianAly 

P. A. SEAVEY~& Cd.^ 

DAILY DISPATCH LINE. 

La C'roof. ^f'lnoBiA un<l all Poinia In 
tht> .XartliMrat. 



K. A. .Sejivey A Co., would ca I the uilenlion 
01 Mcrclvunl> aud Miippers to the lact tliHt they 
have c-ial'lishi'd, and wdl run during tlie Winter 
in connection wi:h the rallroudi: of Minnesota 
uud Wi..ic<>nsin, a d*ily Dispatch Kreighi Line, 
connec'ingall points between LaCrosse. Winona 
and the >iurlli»est. A satnctent Lumtier of 
learns will te put en the route to accommodate 
the larjf^ aud rapidly increasing business, and 
the greatest care will be taken that alt uood« 
consigned to the Disi atch Line will be forward- 
ed with dL^ialch, with care, and at the lowest 
po-sible rales. 1 he line will make connection 
with all points iu tue Northwest, thus alfording 
Miipp'Ts !h.' Usual facUirU •*. «A heal will be run 
from the Elevators as last as brought forward. 
Capt. Is.^.vc U. MouLTDN, Managing Partnfr, 
La Crosse. Cou^ifrn all good for transportation 
to K. A.SKAVEY *<(),, la Cross". 

HOKUP k CHAMPDIN, Agents, St. Paul. 
Jaul-3m 

•m IWES AKD I.C«VORH 

SllTABLE ton 

MEDICAL AND FAMILY Db£. 

OLD BOl'KBON AND KYE W1HS1C\\ 

OLD (iUKKNS rOKT WINE 

OLD M.VDEIUA WINE, 

FINK OLD r.VLE SHERKY, 

FINK OLD COGNAC BUANDY, 

CHOICE OLD HOLLAND GIN, 

J.\MACA AND ST. CROIX RUM, 

UEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE. 

MISSOVUl CAniNET. 

STILL AM> .SPARKLING CATAWBA 
WINE.". 

CAJ.IFORMA WINKS, MUSCAT, AN- 
GELICA AND TOUT. 

OLD SCOTCH WillSUV, 

J. WATNOT WTMBB, tw 

novl9-ly 



S. L. BAILEY & CO., 

r><»»ilers In every kind of 

FU RrS'ITtTRE, 



l-er the 



Parlor, IHniiijj Kooiu ^ Chamber. 

FICTUHE FRAMEci & MOULDINGS 



Of aU kindd. 



"Vanxislies, O-liie, ^c 

I'pholsteriui; Uoiic to Order. 
244 Third Street, 



.1. '.. BAll.KV, 

an'MT.si' KOK.i^i.K 



T 



T E ^ S ! 



BA— FINEST DNCDLORED JAPAN. 



rpEA-^XTKA FINE IMPEKIAL. 



T 
T' 



EA— EX IGA FiNE GUNPOWDEit. 



lA-tXTiCA FINE YOUNG IFYSON. 



HEA— EXTRA FINE OOLONG. 



mEA— ^XIKV 
JL FAST. 



FINE ENULISn URBAK- 



The above we warrant phke and KKi'SU,at 
prices which cannot fail to plt!..«e. 

PVT.VA.TI dc PAAB. 

January 8, IfiAt, an9 

DKNTA-L INSXKt/MKNTS 

For sa'e, a complete Traveling Cage, of the very 
best quality of Dental Instruments. 18 Forceps, 
27 Ivory hanillea and Oerman silver ferul plug- 
gers and scalera. Also, steel handle pluggers, 
brass etcavators, tiles, glasses, 4c., *c. All for 
$100. If not sold by February tst, will be retailed 
te suit the purchas- r, and at low prices. Call and 
examine, at the LOAN OFFICE, 

No. 231 Third street. 

janlO-d;.'m* 

Family Groceries. 



NEWFIUM! NEW GOODS! 



The unt^ersigD^d, hiving just opened a choice 
etock of Family (;K(.m;i!,1{IK.S, at their strre 
on JACK.SCN .STREET, nearly opposite the 
"/;i<; Cloct," will keep con.«t»ntly on hand a 
lull assortment of all Goods In th<-lr line. 

A share of the public patronage is reap^ctfully 
solicited. 

Bnr.VCM».% A. tV ELITES. 

January i;th, INjii Janl^-ly 



ST. PAUL BROOM 

AVtl 

Fort-3t. , bet. Eagle and Chestnut. 



B"ing ditriuinid to pn duce better manu- 
factured (ioods than can be procured in the State, 
an 4 at as low prices, would therefore respect- 
fully .'oiicit till fpaironiii-" of the Merchants of 
St. Paul aud neighboriuM cilies and towns. 

'rHo.nAN AHUTu:r. 

N. n. Highest pricj pud lor Lroom Corn, 
lebl 



noiicst-Reliablfi-PoBdiT Woll. 

THE JOHN P. MANNY 

COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER. 

lUK iSKil UAKVESTEi: I.N TUE WOKLD. 



APRHrer.T rkaper-a pbr- 
KKCl MOWEH. 
A Perf.>ct Hand Raker, n P#rfejt .Self-Baker 
combined In one machine. Firmers will look to 
their interest by .examiuiii< tlie great advan- 
tages which ihiM machine his over ail other., 
lef,ire giving Ih'er onlT-. Kcmeinber this Is 
NOT Iheolil P. MAitSY Machine, or the old John 
11. Manny Machine, wbi.li have such strong 
prejudices against them iu ininv places, but the 
grnuine ,Ii»hn P. MASSY- llit Farmer's favorite 
and friend wl^erever koo An or u»ed. There was 
a' oit one hundred of them used by farmers In 
0:ir«ted and Dodge Coiinlies. Minnnaota, last 
ytar. It y ,n wish to piM- youri^elf.in the mer- 
its of th>i m.ichine, (aud you certainly should If 
lou desi,»i, buying,) stud for a circular or see 

TIIK Ma< HINr. 

.Six or eight Oood Atteuts wauled in diffuren' 
l»rtii ol the Htate. None others neol apply than 
HOHE.ST, ttaLlABi.K men. 

Apply for cirenlars. Information, ftc. to 
.rKSSF, WHITE, Ji!., Koehester.Mlon., 

fcb7d&w.'iw Genoral Ag't lor MioneBOta. 



mi^ 



_i 



STEAM CHAIR FACTORY. 

Jji-MWiUNT JBltOXilH.Ufck. 

WauLUaALE MAWl'tA. TIUt.K., nr 

Chairs, Bedslead^i. I.ouuge^, 

C'UIllri, 5i<: 

ojr KVBHr uKucR/PTioy. 
Eagle Street, nair tht Upfcr Levee 
ST. VACX, tasv. 

AU kioda of 1'nrning for sale and done to order. 
Bo oil Hawing »rd Planln? attended to. 
ane27-ly 



Cor. Cuchester Democrat. 

Niw YouK. V«h. 10 -IJjc prom. MS 
Mhii-h bas been iiiaiio in l!its iiioraLH ui llie 
nation bsti biuu^lit U;i ii|> to h ptrioil 
whiili may be btilrtl "tbo aj;e of Divorie." 
\Vf. lekr not »u much to ibuise sboikinj> 
trialu wbicb arc iiuw .so f(t'i|tifut, aa tu 
popular scntitncnt ou thu f ubjett. Wliilc 
here iinil then' a ilivorce is pronouni't-d by 
« court, there are multitudes iu whose 
hearts divorce exists hullicitnt to forbid 
all unity or happiness. We have In lore 
ua the lollowiug examples, which by no 
mean!* cxbauiit our experience. 

A. li., a dashing youn^ aspirant, is en 
gaged to a modest and lovely girl, lie 
meets at a party the splendid duughu-r of 
, a rich and eiuiiifiit lawyer, and 
iiuiuediatcly jilta his first love, and pro- 
poses lo the second. He is refused, but 
is noi, altogether discouraged ; for, re- 
ceiving an attractive appointment, he 
renews hi.s oiler and on the strength of the 
appoint luent is accepted by th« ambitious 
maiden. They are married, and they find 
cut tie trilling mistake which each has 
tiiaiie, namely : that admiration and ex- 
citemtnt have been the basis of ihe union, 
and that the article vulgarly called "love" 
or "alleetion" has nottiing to do with the 
matter. A divorce is thereupon entered 
between the two, and though they have 
hung together these twenty years, and 
have a group of rude children to add to 
their mutual nuisances, yet an uiter sep- 
aration ofsoulexiste, and grows strongir 
aid stronger. 

H. C., a young man of violent passicns 
mariicdhastily. His wile was pruyiouslv 
advi.sed of" his character, but f.^k her 
chance, and found it was against her. 
The voting man .soon got tire 1 ot the 
tiuict ol domestic life, and found other at- 
irartioLs, both male a' d female. The 
passions of the injured wile have been so 
wrniij;bt upon hy this ill trealmt^nt, 
(wbi.'li she bears in silence) that her di>- 
pOfi'ien has become permanently souretJf 
The house has echoed recriminations for 
ye.trs; and at last the husband, finding 
that he cannot get rid of bu wile, is 
obliged to live with her and endure the 
aspciity of a temper which his own vices 
have sharpened. 

V. 1). is a dull stick with a gay wife, 
who loves society, while he jirefers a iiuiet 
ii e. The woman is dashing around the 
eountrv " visiting ;" makes trips to New 
York. Boston, ot'-,, ao'l is so gay as to 
mak>' a great deal of talk, which the hus- 
band puts up with. In this case we esti- 
mate that ihc m?rriagc lasted si.k months, 
and that in reality the parties have been 
divorced ever since. 

K. F. has been marii>-.d ten years, of 
which eight have been spent in a state of 
divorce. Two children encumber the 
house, each of whom is utterly ruined. 
The family give grand entertainment oc- 
casionally, being rich, during which a 
truce exists ; but hostilities are renewed 
imouiliately after. Both have learned to 
fill the house with bitterness ; and each 
seeks happiness away from home. No 
couit could divorce their hearts more 
thoiouf^hly than they are already. 

G. II. is a preacher of the gospel, who 
mat lied in a manner which called forth 
the following utterances, at his own fam- 
ily altar, from a traveling clergyman : 
•• Lord, wc think thee that brother— has 
sueh a wife ; for thau kuowcst ho needs 
to 1)' tiughc humility." 

I. J. A cold hearted, turd d, •• busi- 
ness man," has married an affectionate 
girl who finds no response to her gushing 
heart. The animal comes aud goes, and 
dota business, and makes money, and 
gets rich ; while the soul of the wife is 
slowly withering in a poverty of tho af- 
fections. After a while the woman finds 
somb one who has a heart, but who, 
alas ! is not her husband. Thus far she 
is sale ; but who knows what may fol- 
low? t'erbaps it may be something like 
the unfortunate Harris case, in which the 
" business man" comes to blows anl vio- 
lence, while an unnumbered train of sor- 
rows follow, all cf which, even in the 
Harris case, icight have been prevented 
by kindness and affection. 

K. L. Tbe husband is a griping farm- 
er aad only lives to make money. The 
wifi', for society, keeps a parrot and 
takes to politics. The husband is a cop- 
perhead; the wife a republican. A de- 
cree cf divorce was uttered concerning 
them by tbe parrot several >ears ago. 
Each baa separate opinions, separate 
hopes, separate enjoyment, and separate 
purse ; and they get' along about as well 
as divorced people generally. 

M. X. — Live at a boarding house. 
Have always lived at one. Courted and 
married in a boarding house. Have 
boarding house principles and morals. 
Always seem happy while eating. Hus- 
band, however, generally considers him- 
self to be pitied, and envies "the boys." 
Wife would not be taken for a wife if 
she did not follow him to their room. 
Their domestic intercourse is a series of 
yawn*. Husband longs to be off "some- 
wLeie" and wife don't care how soon he 
goes ; and if he'd never come back she 
would soon pick up a likelier man. 

O. P.— Husband was a dashing fellow, 
and cut out a youth who waS engaged to 
a "splendid girl." "Splendid girl" 
proved to be a Xantippe, and the youth 
who was "cut out" is the lucky one ol 
the lot. Xantippe saves something hand- 
somii in ihe way of fuel, since she often 
makes tbe house too hot (or her husband, 
even in the coldest weather. Husband 
takes things patiently, aud is eirectually 
divorced, as all the neighbors have known 
for years. 

Q. R. — A lively maiden, fresh from 
boarding school, and lilleil wuh the glow 
of innocent mlhusiasm ; gifteel with voice 
and plays the piano, and educated to the 
highest tone ; marries a brilliant young 
man, who proves himself a demon incar- 
nate. He has abused her in every way 
and is fast driving he.r to the grave, to 
which htic pitienily looks forward as her 
deliverance. This is done in secrt;! ; and 
tbi;; man st.intis liig'i in p;.!itical life, arid 
is a great tavnntc with the la.'lies. Tii! jr 
all speak of Mr. in teims of admi- 

ration, li-.d txprcss (1 lir regret that he 
shoulrl have mcb a moping wife, ihe 
world little dream.s thai, he h.ts destroyed 
the lovclicft gift thit God could have 
placed in hi» handt> ; and that by b's pas- 
sions he liai divdic- d himreif from a'l but 



while under age, wirhoiit knowing what 
they were abiniu Neithdr of them real- 
ized what tlit^v htid dune (ill ,| y^^^ ,,,., 
lale : and now iho cjiisi i|ii 'nei s must be 
borne. There is an utter wuiil of eenge- 
iiiality ; anil like a pai." of tie.^lily lashed 
a limals tht;y lae ebch pulling a diflereiil 

wiy. 

Such arc a few of Ihd uivurues we have 
met. We prefiumothat ench ul uurreait- 
ers lia.s a ••imila*' list. SVo liope thttse. 
uiihi<ppy couples will keep (,ut u( tho 
eourft ; but it Ibey do no!, they mii-.,t ck- 
pect the press (o dcitl (ilaiidy Hi:h ifieoi 
We ar-' lomc'iiiie.i thought hard of tor 
."'pcHkiiig strongly em this subject ; but if 
Jiar'ie^ c.ini.ot keep Ihiir luusehuld |i!i|. 
liiions tccre'.thfy miis; e.xpect thepie:.| 
to do its duty 



JULIUSB.^iUER &C0., 




l^reat I'iaiio Tortc .V Melodeou 

EMPOlllUM. 

WAK-^ ItiMi.MS IN 

*.ii* >V'««Hl»i»itjt«>ii ^tft'ot. 

Arm l'..r/.- Kliri'n.om* O.'kO Urmiiliriiii, 
Wholesale Age.-.is for the L". .S. for 

WM.KNABE&CO/S 

CKLEBKAi ED 

(jold .^leilal Piano Fortes. 

As to Ihe relative merits of t'li ■'e Pianos, we 
would refer to he cerliiicales of f xccllencu Iu 
our possession Ir lu THAL.'^EKO, CorrlT 
CHALK, SIRAK sen. fl. ."AT rKK, II 
VIECX I KMPS, La IS jl' \A Hand E. 51CZ10, 
Musical DireUor of the ltali,io Opera as also 
froms;nieof the m .-t ^ll^tingui.'•hed I'rofeshors 
and Amateurs iu ilie eiuntry. All instruments 
guiiianUtd fur jli-t iji'iii .f. Al-o pgenls lor 

Sot'l)l)KT k SniHli, lioni'Umaii A; 
tiraj, .\. il. tialc A lo , 

And olher lir.sl ihi-s Pimor. We have i lie 
largc-t and b-stas^oit d niock of I'iau'sin the 
city, which lor t>o*er niid sne-lMMsof tone, 
easy an I ugre.-able t.jucli, and li aulv of tiniih. 
have, by judges, been prououiicrd unrivillol. 

»a-Par'.icii'nr tltenlion piid to Cs .se!ecl!cii 
of ln.;rum.'nt^ fordiMant orJ« r... a:..! u jnivil- 
ege «.f e<ch ifpe granted at any tlia.. »ithin -ix 
months, if Ih" Instruraor.t should imt prove en- 
tirely a:itisfic?ory. A lib'-r;.'.! di-cuut t'l Cler- 
gymen. Teachers and Schotds. Terni-i literil. 

Whciesaie D^slcrswill !i;id ii lo (l,..ir udvan- 
taga to give us a call, as bvgre.".!lv increased 
facllilies we are enabled to lii' all 6rd<-rs with 
ilispalch. IVrsons In want of a really First 
Class Pii no wi!ldou\llto call before purchas- 
ing e.'sewhero. 

WQOI LsALK At.K.NTi ) '"K 

CAHHART, NEEDHAM & CO.'S 

CH.KBliATH) 

Harmoniums, Me!o'.!oons iSt Organs. 

ALS1 FOKULO. A. l'!;i::i f. iCiJ/o 

MELODEONS ^ ORGANS. 

M;;ir.ifir ur.'.» ar.d Iniiiorteis of 

STltl.Nei ^ ACCoKDtO.N -. 

VIOLINS, Cl.AKlX- IS, 

Oi;t7MS,OLliAlt.S. 

BRASS INSTRUMENTS, 



And other 31 
und Brass Lis^ume 
ImiMTfation, are ii 
Baud I in th" l'ui!» 
hiciii'd hav^ ^liwav 
aud h^jjhost ptiinim 
mavuiacterio/i ha:' 
den. Kn;.'!«r.<), P.iri 
Deal-r-, Bauds asi 
cl« in this line at 
I)rices. Itcmembor 



ol M.rchsTidi-e. ihe.'^ilve- 
ut.s, of our mauulaclure aad 

ed by most all o! Itie best 
d S'aleJ, a:il '.v'lenever ex 
s received tlie Oo.'d 31"<ials 

i-i. Having coiiuecllou with 
■ies in Iterlio. I.eipsic, Dres- 
-■. w^ lire preptirod to furnish 

i:id.Viilua!s. vlth veryarti- 

the lowv?! ir.anufatturers' 

th" place, 



'h intist h'inceforth pur- 



that Nemesis whi' 
su<! him 

y. T. — There is som-ithing mysteriou... 
about this couple. They are past inidd!,- 
life and have been married a I m.; tim>-, 
but, have not spoken tiiij' ther for years 
and don't expect to re.suiiie. All thi ir in- 
tercourse is earned on f^it is a-- litlhi ks 
po'.sible) through oi!e f;( ihiihildren: and 
their divorce is miintHined by thin gilr of 
silence, whic'j, ba'l as it, i<, is belter 
than abuse. 

II. V. — An a(^'ompli(•hed ^iil eloped 
with oni ol her f ilher's hired men Tln-y 
live on a farm, and the woman makes lb 
best, ol it. She s.es her mistake but says 
nothing. How- ver. a divon e has be: n 
eblablishcd. Friend i lall to sec her, 
wh'jin hh': rci.-eives in the parlor, while 
her h>j.<>liaud »mokes in the ki'c'.eu. She 
has boeks and pictures, while be finds 
society with his " hainl.n" or the cattle. 
She seldom goes into Ihe kitchen, while 
h'- as seldom goes into tliepirlor; aiiuso 
th-y are rarely seen together. The Ims- 
biiiid is a kind hearted nobody, whi'c 'be 
wife is a person of bociil import.ince 
•■ All-," people say, " how tpieer to nee 
two such persons joined togetber;" bu' 
heiei.ta mistake, — tbey aro oi.ly !.luek 
tO(;ether — not joined, and ne^ereinbe 

X. Y.— IIiiBl)and married for money, 
atid was fatally diiiappbinted. He ha.s 
iicvcr forgiven bis wife and nevcf will. 
Money was what he wanted and nothing 
el.-i- ; but, unfortunately, in this case it 
h..d a'l incumbrance. He now has the 
int uiiibrauce without the money. Their 

domestic life is adead levelof coldn^^ns 

indeed, a frozen sea would be as genial ss 
the sullen, bitter apahyof disappointed 
avarice. Divorce is hardly applicable to 
such a coaple ; for the man wm never mar- 
riet), bat only chaineil to his incumbrance. 

Z. — Two fooIiBb creatures, married 



.IITLIII6BAUEK & (0.. 
C9 Wasliiiiil<m-s(„ Gliiciico, 111. 

.lYi/e York ll'iiriro'jin.-.iiiO Jircailtcii/. 
r.-bl.l lue '.thurs»sii-lv 

Koyal Havana LoKci) of V\iha. 

Cetidu^'ed 1." th ' Siaiiirh '-ov -nimeur. 

$Wim 1\ CULb l)EiW\ tV£l;l 17 MY8. 

Priz-- CIS' I d and lufornvaiou furui.-bed ; the 
highect rates p lid lL>r Deuf.li;uu-< aud alt kinds 
of liold and Oliver, also lor ^li government Se- 
curitie.-i. 

TAYLUK & CO., 

feW-ly Bankers, 10 Wall-st., K. y. 



Repulalion Established ! 

tJiWrs. S, tl. »lili n is truly 
*i pubiic bttir fat tress, and 
her womtcrt ill success is 
nnpmctlciited, SMcr fame 
and Iter discovevies have 
gone abroad, and to-day 
she is in her line (he larg- 
est mauufacturets in the 
tear Id. 

Everybody Interested. 

Yotilh and old age are 
alike bcHfiited !*» (he «.vc of 
Jttrs. S. »f . JSUeu''-^- "t'orld^s 
Hair Restorer and Slair 
Dressing' They ate direct- 
ly upon the roots tit the 
hair, causing lu.riiriant 
growth and bccuttj. Vour 
hair, if changed to ^irc:/ ttr 
white htj sichiicss or other 
causes, iviUaooubc restor- 
ed to its naitiral coi>r and 
beauty. IMandrutf erttdi- 
cated forever. Th< Hair 
falling stopped. The most 
delicate head-dress or bon- 
net can be icorn without 
fear of soiling. The most 
delightful fragrance to ihe 
hair is imparted. Sf you 
wish to restore your liair, 
as in youth, and retain it 
through life, without de- 
lay purchase a bottle of 
Jltrs. S. .f . Mlen^s W*orld''s 
Uair Restorer ttnd dress- 
ing. 

Sold by Druggists througliout tiie World. 

ritlXCIP.VL SALI.S Ol-F U L, 
JOS He »00 Creenwich St., nfewVorii. 

ocf^'.'-deodiw ly 

FOR THE HANDKERCMIHF. 

»|| ik, 1 # Sf ^ s 




\ .Ho-! I-W'lllisiwr. fSlii;:,ff iibirt f'nt- 
icraint i*riTtiiiie, l>i-lillrfl Ti <mii iIi.> 
l{iii«' ■iiicl ileniilii'iil l-'lutret' fi »iu 
Wlal.-I. it l:i>,4-« i;. n:<ll|e. 
M luufa -turcd tuly !■,'■ f'll A MAfS Si. NO!^. 

I5r'Bftv/aic of Countciieits. 

Sold by (lru./':i.ls Ji iiiraUy, 
fwli.'l eoditweOKemi. 

OF liAMfEV— PitOi; 4 IKOMIIU'. 
Spi'ci'il lerm— Fi-ln-uiirv 6th. Igil'.. 
In the matter of ILo fc^late ol Abijah Dlikeuian 
dc^K^ased. ' 

On readin;; :'inl lilii.;,' ijie !•■ liiien i.f ."^ar.h J' 
Blakeman. aJinlni^lrilrix of s'li I esiali', prnyine 
lliat the account of h>r mini i>i^tr.ilioii herewith 
Hied in said Court may bu allowi*d, and th-dis 
chirgeillrom sni I trust : 

It Is or:ler d thit Fridiv, the :M if^y „i 
March. l-(.f.,. It t<'n o'cl..ck in Ihe forenoon at 
the iiflice of the Judg( ( f Pmbitc, j,, (he eliy ol 
St. Paul be nsslpii"d for Ihe learing oi m;\ p,.»(. 
tlon an I nllowanre of said ace.) i nl, and that the 
heirs at hivr i>f said de-i'a-e I, and all otlor per. 
sons liiler'Sled In p^ld esta'e, «r,. reo'ilred to 
appear nt a sessUin of sild Probate Court, (hi-n 
and thereto hn ho'den, to show muse if anv 
there be why theprayfrofsiiidpeiiiion ,honldnol 
be granted and said account allowed, and fa'd 
admiulatratrix discharged. 

^ , .. .. R. "• <^R<>WKLL. 

wed.fQb. It .taigo of Probato, 



$100 REWARD 

roK AMKoiviaaTUAT wiL,Le.'Uiia 

lufim^iiza, 
Ticklins in the Tiiroal, 
Wlioopiui; CoDuii, 
Or Ktlive CuRi^uinptive Cuugli8 

AM (jVlCK A» 

COE'S COUGH BALSAM I 



Over Fifty ThouBand Bottles 

hnye oeen sold in Its native town, and not a tin- 
gli- ill stance of its failure is known. 

We have In our possossion, an; qaantity of 
0<>rtlUcales, some from 



Eminent PhyBioians, 



who iiMte used It in tlieir practive, aud gives It 
tbe pre eminence over any other compound. 



it iitn's unl Dry up a iougli, 



but looseus It, so a* ta enable the patient to ex- 
pectorate ireely. 



TWOOti THREE DOSES, 



WILL UVAKIABLT CUKK 



TlCHLlNti IN THE THROAT. 



A II ALF BO FTLK has oRen most completely 

cured the most 

STU15BC)RN OOUaH. 

tad yet, though ills no sure and speedy in Its 
operation, it is perfectly harmless, being purely 
vegetable. It is vary asre^able lo the taste, and 
may be administered to children of any age. 



Ill CnMCN or CROlTp fve will 
Oiiarantee a Cure. 

If taken In season. 

No Family Should be Without it. 

Ills within the reach of all, the price t>eing 
ONLY 40 OENXS. 



And if an investment and thorough trial doe* 
not "back op" the above statement, the money 
will be ref\inoed. We say this knowing its mer- 
its, aud feel conSdent that one trial will secure 
for it a home in every household. 

Do not waste away with Coughing, when so 
4mall an Investment will core you. It may be 
had of any respectable Druggist In town, who 
frill furnish ou with a circular of gonuine cer- 
tiflcates of cures it has made. 

Sold by OmsKlstp ICverywhore. 

C. O.CLAKK A CO., Proprietors, 
New Uaven Coun. 

E. H. BIOGMS, 

.^}le agents for the Northwest, at 8t. Paul, 
Minu., where all orders should be addressed. 
Jlyfl-eow 



TO THE lADIGS OF AlKIM. 



LYON'.s PERIODICAL DKOPS, 

LYON'.S PEKIODICAL DROI'S, 

< HE GKEAT FIHALK REMEDY I 
THE GREAT FEuALE UV^^EDY I 

LYON'S PEUIODIOAL DROPS cure all com- 
plaints incident to Ihe sex, and leinove all ob- 
rttructions o' nilure from whatever cause, pro 
■iucipg h'alth, vigor and strength. 

I.V' N'.-s PEKIODICAL DKOPS are better 
than all Pi.ls, Towders and nostrums, being a 
iluid preparation, their action Is direct and posl- 
ive, aid it needs nothing but good common 
lense lo see an i understand the reason why 
Lhev cure a 1 those Ills to which tiie female sys- 
tem is subject' d, with dispatch aed a Jrgreeof 
iiertaintv which noth'ng but a scientifically com- 
pounded fluid preparation cculd reach; they are, 
IB the most obsUnate cases, 

R - LIABLE, AND SURE TO O Ge)ODI 
KELIABLE, ANDSDRET > DO GOODI 

ANr)C^NNOTD > HAK>r, 

ANDCANNeiT DO HARM. 

To tho most delicate constitution. 

LYON'S PEKI>DICAL DROPS will «ertalnly 
produce the n'gular return of rature, if talten a 
day or t wo twfore the expected period, and it is 
a maxim in the profession, tiiat pr -vention is 
better than cure. 

LYON'S PEKlOtUCAI. DKOPS have been 
used by over twenty-live thousand ladies within 
the past six months, and the testimony of all is, 
''It surely cures." 



CAUTION I I CAUTION I I I 



Bear In mind that T guarantee my DROP.S TO 
CUBE Suppression of the Mense.<, from whatev- 
•)r cause, though care should t>e taken to ascer- 
tain If pregnancy be the cause, as these Drops 
would b-i sure to produce a miscarriage, i' taken 
while in that situation, and all ar^i onntioned 
against nring them, as I wish It dlstlcctlv under 
stood that I do not hold myself responsible ' hen 
used under such circumstances. 



TO MARRIED LADIES 



They are peculiarly adapted, as they bring the 
monthlv period with such perfect regularity. 

I could furnish any quantity of tostimonfals of 
Its ellioaoy from my own patients, put the prao 
tlce of pa- ading bought and fictitious onej co- 
lore the public IS 80 prevjieut, I do not deem it 
advisable. 

BK WISE IN TIME, 
BK WISKIN TIMK, 
BE Wisfc IN TIME, 
BE WISE IN TIME. 



L<?t not disease destroy yourconsUtutlon. Try a 
txJltle of my PERUJOICftL DROPS, and yon will 
be satlsftel that I am no l-nposit r -Tell your 
iifllicted friend what restored the bloom of health 
to your chiHiks, and thereby confer a favor more 
I'ahieahle than gold. For piiniul or scanty Mon- 
Htniution it Is Just the thing. 

I have ill my mind an instance ol a lady who had 
tieen suffering Irom painful Monstruatlon tco or 
three years, contlninv her to herr oom "id time. 
.She had anplled to s'-vnral eminent physicians, 
wiihocl r^'iief, wh. n or.e botleof mr DK PS 
imtirel/ cured Uei 

ONE BOTtLK CURES, 
ONE BOTTLE CUKEX, 
ONE BO'TLE CCKES. 
■-NE BOTiLE CURES, 
In almost every case. 

It is impossible to enjoy the bloom ol health 
imd \1vacUy ol spiiits, unless the Me-mes are 
regular as to the time, the 'iu>)nti') , and quality, 
Wli<-n they are obstructed nature makes her ef- 
lorts to obtalnforltsome olher out et andunless 
these elorts of nature are assisted the patient 
usually experiences 0»spo,Ml..ucy, Nervousness 
und nnall , CONSUMPTI N assum.'s IU sway 
uud prematurelv terminuies aints'rable life. ' 

Do not suffer from thes irregularities when 
i.n investment of one dollar In Ljua's Periodical 
Drops will regulate and rertore oature lo its 
lieallliy ciuse ; and 

D'l NOT RK IMPOSED UPOW , 
DO NOI BE IMPOSED UPON, 

by Ihoee who have'olher pre|>aralions, which they 
desire to i>\lm off upon th- strength ol llic pop- 
ularity of iiiv l»rop«. i!iii w!i,.„ Ihe Druggist 
vou apply i.,|.», not got ili-m, eiiher nuke him 
Uiy them l.-.r lou, of ein,. euclns.. one dollar to 
the n"are>l general wholvsnie ag"iil ■» h<i will re- 
turn you a t..jttle by return Expn">s 

Se- tliat Ihc name of Jno. L. Lyon l« written 
upemlhe directionj which are wrapm.d ground 
luchbottl'- None others an; g imiuH. Thero- 
Jore, beware of count«rf.<iti. They are for sale 
by every Uriigirtst in city and country at oi e 
dollar and a half, $150) per boUK Ify.uwlsh 
telieliake ii i oihet. 

• Dr. .IN I. L LYON 

•r ."*'""'"* Physician, New Haven, i-onn 

Who ran bnnoopulledo-ocnrnlng all dls.ases 
tithi>r personally or by Ictl.^r ' 

Geo. t;. Ooodwin A r.n.. BosIot; I>. S. Barnes 

^l,h■'l'•• I""'"* ^'".'*' '"""* * ^"'"''- Chicago, 
Wholesale Agents ^^ 

K. II. ISIOc^M. 

8oh» agents lor the Northwest, at 8t. Paal, 
MtBB.. wTwre all orders shuald be addrwMd. 



GEOKGE SCOTTEN 

N. >T/VRY PUBLIC, 

Has again op n. d an olBoe for the purposed 
buying aud soUlng » » ""« 

Ueai l!:^lale on rouimission^ 

Kcntiug "o--J-.)1nK Taxes, aad a general 

Township, City aud Vil age Mapi made to or- 
der. Twelve) ears' experience in tha business in 
t-t. Paul will enable him to attcrd to all matters 
entrusted to him laUsfkctorily and »lth dispatch, 

Robtrt street, corner 7»<rrf if.-s,.^. st PnmL 

an73-3m 



BOIIKER, MOERISSON & liEEVE», 

WHOLESALE GROCER^ 

and CommiKHion Merchantw, 

No. 3. JACJKHON 8TRF:ET. ST. PAUL. MIN W 

Bocond Door Below Merohants' Hotel. 



We h.'./« in etaro one cf tbe LA&0E3T BTOCSB la tUs market of 



TGoaccos and Cigar!*. 

hU Paul, January II, lbC5. 

THE GALENIclNSTITUTEr 

And AUniieHota Hospital. 

EtiTAliJjIfillEI) 1)4.00, FOk THE TREATMKM'f Ot 

IJISKASKS Itf THK I- HI WARY AND hKXlJAL SYSTBMH, AK U IS 

riiniuRArKiJ lit' rnn lkuislaturk in loei. offivk in cuk- 

CKirr HAI.I. IIUn'K—JU-nr (he /'oj.» OJIc^. 

DK. WILLIAMS, lh» Consulting Surgeon of the al>ore Institution, bat 
Just pul'Uf hiHl a Marii'il ol .Sexual DiBea/.ef , a iargi- book of 350 paxes, and OT« 
100 engravings. II in il e only bookevi-r p'l. l-h-d which givee a truthful de- 
scription e>f Spermatcnhea, Venerea] DiK-ase?, K'-niale (joraplaint" and all dl»- 
•^tscsol th<> urinary and reprnduitive organs of m-u and womi-n of wli8l.-v.-rna- 
tur^includingtlie nlitary hut. Is ol boUi sex'-s, and their deplorable c<.inBe- 
■iuelTl'"- on thi- mind and body, irap<jt>-n.>-, loss ol i^wi r.and the secret iuHrral- 
lie= of youth aud manhood, the physiology of marriage, ac, with new and suc- 
cesblul mfethodsol tri'atment for all the above casee. Mailed In a plain sealed 
wrapper for one dolUr. 

49" Descriptive Circulars containing .aluable Information to the afflicted who wl^h to avoid 
quackery, mailed in a seal< d envelop on reiteipi of 10 cents. Aliso a |«mphlet for ladies, price S oenU 
Ail oommuuicatlons confidential, and will reach the consulting surgeon by addrecsins' 

TUB UALKaiC; IMSTE'rirTB. saint Paul Iflnneetrta. 




HARDWARE AND STOVES^ 

JOHN CUHTIH, 

Corner Xh.irU and Cedar Str«etB. 
Hannfaotors' Agent and Wholesale deul-r in 

Shelf and Heavy Hardware, 

HklliS, OIxASS. BHOVBLS, y.PAVKh, CI4AINS, 

STKAP AKn T UIKOKil, TABI.K ASUPOC KtT 

CUTTLECY aci.s-ol'.s, I'LATtU WAllR. 

LEVI) Pll-K AUD SHbKT LS.ln 

STOVES AND TltlWABE. 

State Agent for the s^\g of Mornson'i cele- 
brated 

IK )M K ( ;OM FORT 




Summer and Winter Cook Stovea. 

The boBt In the world. 

My stock of OFFICE, BOX PAULOl:. and 
a large variety of dlflerent kftds oi <X>OK 
STOVES, is the largest ever brought to this 
market, 

I keep a full stock of all goods in m> Ine of 
trade, and I think I can offer induoemeuts to the 
trade that will be In their advantage ti> deal 
with me. I keep a full stock of 

TIN PLAFFS, PIG UN, 

oHEET eOPPKK. BTETILE 

AND COPPER BOT10KI5. 

SHEET IRON, 

U'.ith Ame'lcau aud kuseia. 

My stock of Nuwhouse Trap*, Hunt's, B'ood's, 
Ten Evke's, N^waiyere and UrolTs Axes is very 
large, anil al-o a large Btock of PUT^AM'.•' 
NURTIIWESIEKN AND PRESSED BJRSE 
NAILS. 

Edgar Nash Is still c-onnected with the estab- 
lishment ord will b" hjppi to aiivcd lo the 
wan's of his old ftl'-nd- at all times. 

A look through my large stock is earertly re. 
quested of the trade before purchasing cUe-vhere. 
J^ilN CUKTla. 

augs-ly 

New Shaving aud Hair Dressing 

SA.L001V! 



Messrs. DITCHEB & BOWl'aBB 

Have 5uraptuo'i»ly filled up aid opened Ktaav- 
inKtand Hair Ilr«>akiBg: Jtoonaa o a fe . ■ 
enth strcei, luterta'.i.n.d uo!e! buildiip, to 
which gentleman are respeclfuUy invited who 
are desirous of being manipulatea bj experienc- 
ed tonmrlal arti-t''. 

Th; very beat toilet srticleg usi=d and lor talc, 
also paper collars, Ac. 

Ciiizt ns and strangers arc invited te call. 

i>irCHE.-t 4 BOWLER. 

jan31-lm 



4i1 ^Cid ^«» »-*A».— WE WAA'T 
«PAft^V/v/ Agents verywhe-e to -e 1 our 
lMPRe>VEi) fiO Sewin: Michinc. Thr" ; new 
kinds. L'nder and upp-'r feed. Warranted five 
years. Above salary or large commission* paid 
The OSLV machines sold In the United t-tates 
for less than $40, which are ftilli/ licenf'ii by 
Howe, IHucler </ in;«i>n, Grtrer if- rater, 
Singer i} Co., anl liacUeldcr. All other cheap 
machines are infringements. Circulars free. 
Adddress or call upon IShaw & Clark, Bidd?ford, 
Maine. deca >-d ftw.'im 

THE COSMOPOLITAN 
HOTEL! 



Au Upper Town Establisiiiuent. 



The underrigned having leased Ihe line three 
story Brick Block on the corner of Thiril and 
Franklin streets, ^lormeily tdgertou's But'ding) 
have altered and lemodelcd it into a 

E^ir.st Cla.xs Hotel, 

and thereby suppli^^d a want for several years 
Iclt in the L",.ver Waids of ' t. Pan'. The 
situation is oi:e of Die A&cst and most con- 
venlentln the city, srd 

The Cosmopolitan Hotel 

will provi' a.'ci p able to all who may fa or It 
witli a vist, if a cleriu and airy location, 

NKW AND H^VJVnsOM K 

Ei^urnitiire, Ciirpet**, 

AUD BEDDING, 

The lle>l anal *"hoiee»l Ci'mc-tililcs, 

with unexe.'ptliJi;\'.>ie Co ik-rv atid popular 
munigi'is a-.d assiptants are tli" requir meats 
sought for. Tlie«e ihiUKs t^eii.g the featuiescMf 
thj new 

Oo)^iu»l>ulitftu Hotel, 

it la ri'Oommen<k-d looiiiz":isandstrang<^rs with 
aonfldeeoe that iis juitr ii-- will net b-.' llsap- 
pointed. 



BECHTNER & KOTTMAN. 



foSil-ly 



halt:: of* 
GOVERNMENT rROINiHTV. 



OKHi'E Al'IlNU AlsVr Qr.M t K •I\STIC« 
lOl^Tltll'uM V. MlSn., el .•. tKfKi. 

Will be sol I. nl pjMij \iiel inn , i- otB 
Weluesday, Februarv I'pi, l,-i > i,t . ■ cI 
all the I'. S. bitlding< and tr. I'tini: m i.i 
the following mini d p'acts : 

.lack 'on, Witin. 

lairmounl, Miuu, 

Madelia, Minn. 

Watonwan, Minn. 

Teiias, Cash in I' .'^.►uud'. 

>. CIIKSI 1 l: Mil I 

M Lie It loth Inf.. A. .\ «J M 1 ^. A 

febio lot 



se, OB 

■k M., 

islat 



:i}. 



Atl 

Blank Book Mauulat-iory 

Xl»« PrwMM l»rtut.iu|i i'«>. 

Have In •iiaousHtnlope-ailont hAlargc.it 'i::. I w.- 
oomplrle Bindery In MinnesoUi, embraciu^ ih» 
latestandraostlmpruvrd machinery. Kmp o>lnj| 
onlycomiMtent audcarefvl workmen. and using 
hebest'natnrial, they hope to ooulinuelo give 
nUeifaoUonto all. 

I'Al^EIi KUl.EO Tt» OKDl-.t; 

ASK T» AJIt eATTBh", 

LEDUEUS, DAY BOOK.S, I ttNAL-i, CO! 
UEROIAL AND COUNTY BOOKb.AND 

BL.\NK BOOKS OF EVERY KIND 

KADK la TUB BK.HT MAMilkU 

DA¥i.TrmB«s rrcAM torn or 
FICR executoa all kinds of Job PrtntlBx 
With aaataeis and dispatch, at the;iow«(t iirle «• 
t poly at tbe Counting Room, 



LAMP GOODS 

AT 

A\ H O I .EN A.LE, 

Just received and in store, the largest amount of 
LAMP GOODS eve' received in Ht. Paul. 

LAMPS OK ALL STfLKS 

■ >WOdozen Lamp Chimneys and 
3©<» gross Ijimp TTIcks. 

A large Stock of LANTERNS at MarvU's 
Crockery Importing House, IWSJ and 1»1, Third 
Street. nov 28. 

vmii \m\ 



Corner H nt>a»baw and Fifth Rtrce<«, 

Opposite Minnesota UoMse 

St. Paul, MioB. 



The undersigned has established a new Lamhcr 
Tard in this city at the above named location, is 
connection with bis 



H 



LINCOLN MILLS," 



and desires to call the attention of Builders and 
others to his 

IlVtMiiJf&K 8XOCK. OF" 
fcWBY DESCRIPTIOS OF 

L U M B E RI 

IMLUDISO , 

Floot-tiiie, Feuctnir. 

13Iit>eiiMlonis, Boar'<1s, 
Cletki- X.iaml>«*t-, SidiuAr, 

l^hui£rle(ii, X..ntlk, See. 

which he has oonstantlvon hand, and for sale at 

the l»WEST HABKET PRICES. 

BilUfnr large dimeruioiu MUd to order on 
short notice. 
M. Paul, June 1, 1866. 
H. J. TAYLOR, Agent. 
'y W. p. "WASHBURK. 

■IHe DETCBMIilBnTO HAVE 

ALWAYS A 



B 



COMPLETE ASSORTMENT 



We have, after great difficnlty, f obtained a 
new lot of 



BUFFALO SHOES 



And|3thcr styles for COLD WEATHER, the 

only stock in the city. Shall have 



BOOT I»ACS, 



IB a fow days. Dealers can be supplied only 
at the BOOT AMD SHOE HEADQUABTERS 

at reasonable prices. 

wn. s. SMITH 4k vm. 

deo22 



E. r>. re R A.1^ O ALL 

Dealer in 
GERMAN, FRENCH AUD ENQLISB, 

TOYS KMi FAKCY GOODS, 

Cntlerv. O-ombs, Perfumery, 

Brushes, Toiiet Soap, China Ware, 

Pll'ES, BEADS, BIRD CA(;E8, 

and Toys of every description. 

I»0 Thlrd-sf., St. Paul, Minn. 

act24-r.m 



IBOIVABU dk MMBEKK. Bnllilrra.- 
J Shop In old Baptist Church Building on 
Hith street, near Jackson, All kinds of Car- 
penter work done to order. 



\f ^HKIRE& SRO.. Arthiterta.- 

IvX. (Ifliee in the same building as Leonard 
ftSh'-ire's Carp«^nter Shop, on Fifth street. IV- 
eigns, Plans and «p<>citicaUons for buildings of ev 
ery deeoilptlon prepared on short aotioe. in 1 < 



GODFREY SIEGENTHALER. 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 
Pna»ui.ic, Blook, near llitt llriclRC, 
^alnt Paul, Ulnncaola. 
janlC-lf 

KffEIGHT LiSiE 

itEnrKKx 

St. P.inl nxui Khakopee. 

MINN. VALLEY RAILROAD- 

lliis •• mpany l« pre|>arcd to oarr/ fVeight l>c- 
tweiL- -v.!,.! Paulai.d . Iiakoic, and Intetmedl- 
ate siM inn.. Freight Intepded for this Hue 
must le d.livir.d to J. C. A II. C Burbiak A 
Co., lit Couiiaiu\'s Agents, at llielr YVarebouie 
on the Levy In Saint Paul: oi at any station on 
tie- line Frel-htin omsldentde quantities will 
tie ralUM for, on uotic, at the places of business 
on the piin-i|uil slrref, and all freight to St. 
Pau' will )'•■ del'VCMsl at business plaoe' on Th ) r 
stri>oi, i.r near the same «itb:>at extra charge. 
•. A. HAnil.**B, 
nov V-tt Secretary. 



insumntt, kt. 



M. I». NICIIOJL***, 

INSURANCE AGENT. 
MetroB>oUtaA, N<»-w York 



Capital., 
bwjtea.. 



ti.ooo.wo. 

MU.Ob-j. 



I»i^llar(l, Ne-«r York, 

Capital ^ tljUUi.'juO. 

8arple2 »V\'MKi. 

Gapi'al tT,Cij,0(iO 

Burphu VAfiOD 

Atutual XSeu»:tJt Llie 

^'**t' . -ovia- 4>:,ji/j,":';. 

Oins'ICB::: 

193 Ttiird sti-eet. Bt. fauL 

blt-Ur 

riRE£ll(iUni.\(i l.\UliL\l£iil 

CtLHhurul 8urpln>. Capital 



nA%('ll«<i> SCHOOL, 
■I the Win«low llniise. Saint Anthoav, UB 

d"r lh>' "•nii:iif>n>.Mil of MIS.S SARA F. RlCF 

to ootiliniie during the winter. 
Prices . er lerm of 12 lessons :— 

Oentlemanand Lady Mitm 

I.AdyorOentlrman(slnR(y.) ioct' 

Persons wishing private lessons at siieoialnt-. 

win rrtceive every attentlin. Oo«d mnsic will b 

P^''"'"^ _ H.>i>t.»«amn^ • 

eiO to 0«6ip^inDtoy7~ 

WANTED- \OENTS WAWTKD in errrv 
township In Wisronsin, Minnesota and lows, 
lo sell my elastic .ock •'itch "ORtENIAL" 
FaMI!.YSi:WINnMiirHINE,(prteet-'0) It 
will do all kinds of work t hit can Im> doae upon 
any machine, high price tor low, in a mo. t sw 
perier manner. It is fully warranted and kept 
In order three years. Send foroiroular and terms 
to agents. Address, wlih Stamp, HAMILTON 
PI'CK.nilS East Wator street, Milwaukee. Wis 
C JUsin . feb 3-Am.eod 

KI.ir~HBAU». GAKOM, CIMOV 

LABS, Ac., printed In tlM beat ityle at tb» 
Dally Press St«am Job PrintJait 'OSaa. 



,vlw*.,?^'t "i'^'^*'' FARMERS' IK.SCliA«Ct 
UUMlANY doing business la lb* bt&te, aad 
gives a broader pro'.ecUon at 1< •£ c<.»t than aay 
Otti"r iasiuaiuii: Compuiy in tiie Hor'Jiwe.T. 

All lohhen I'rotoptly adjuots^d ituA paid 

o y 1 1 c K rt s . 

John W. Boyd, President. 
D. Wortliinjftor., Sfscretary. 
S. D. Hasliogs, 'SUte Trea*. Wis. Irnt^.ut^r 
Hon. Stepln-n Miller. 'Gov ofMitiii, Director 
fi. R. M'JNTAOUK, GtcenU Agert. ' 
P.O.addri-Fi:. Laf;ro--e Wi- )«-!»tfatwl 



FAMILY DYE COLOR 

■•«»»♦■«••* Oct«b»r 13. lni.i. 



/Hack, 

lllack fnr .Silk 
Hark'Htue, 
Light Llut, 
freiteh Blue. 
Claret lir'riri' 
Dark Lnncn 
L^gtU lirf.-^cit. 
Snuff liroir-n, 
Ctrrry. 
CVims.yn. 
Dark Drnh, 
Light f>rni), 
Fatcn Itrnh, 
Light Fui/.-,i 
Drab. 




Dark f.'r.en 

t.tr^ht lireMn 

Jtf<jij^ntfi, 

Mnt£€f 

^fnroon, 

ffrnug*-. 

rink. 

furiMe 

Jlfjpul I'vrplt 

.'^"trltt, 
.SO:!'. 
SijIfeririO, 
Hr.lef, 

Yrti/te. 



For Dyeing Siik, Woolen ar.-l Mit'I Cods 

Shawl-, Scarfs, Dretsi-, Ki btt.,',.©,.. 

Bonnets, Hats, Feath^r^,, <'bi il- 

ren'f Clothing, and all kir.v". 

of Wearing A^psre:. 

«»-A aAVKxcs or «« wkwl vKTtr..nt 

For 25 cents you can color as inii:) gt>o^.s t* 
would oth'-rwise cost five ttm.'s that jca. Vari- 
ous (hades can t>e produced from the fame dve. 
The process is sln-ple, and any on» can a-c- the 
Dye with r^rfect suoc^-.s. Direction!' iB£rr:j«b. 
French and (ierm&n, Inside of each pacjktre. 
HOWE* STLVf V?. 
2«0 BKOAt^W AT. f 

For sale ty drugglsU and dealer: r- '■ ' - 




The Best Tonic in the World. 



HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 

By many of the most promin*-nt 
and successful rhysicians iu t/ie 
country, 

A PERFECT CURE 

For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague. 
Acidity of the Stotnnch.Lasa of Ap- 
petite, yau.sta. Heart-burn, Jaun- 
dice, and ail diseases arisititf from 
a disordert* wiate of the Stomach, 
Liver or Jtivc-'fincs. 

CONSTITUTfON FITTERS 

Are being itold with the most won- 
derful success cM over the country, 
and never fail to give stitisfactoti. 
Delicate females and weak child- 
reti are made strong by the use of 
these Bitters. In f<ft they .should 
be kept in every hoitse. 

USE NONE BUT THE BEST! 

And tlie best can only he had by 
enquiring for th* 

CONSTITUTION BITTERS! 



nAM'tArTTRKD BV 

S£WARD £c B£NTLKY, 

CHEMISTS AND DEUGGIST?, 
189 Main St., Buffalo. .V. I". 

IT. K. SM-BET * CO.. 

eineral Ap.'ut'. Chi-, jjto, ill. 
WTiolcsElc Agents at Macuiacturcr-' iiice* 
for Northwest, 

E. H.BIGeiS, Druggists. St. Paul. 
G.P. PEABODY A CO., fct. Pau\ 
aoT 7d0meow wed 

Condict,Woolley^nn 




Saddlery Hardware, 

Horse Collars!, 

CARRIAGE TRIMMIHGS, 



S9 Lake St., Ihicaso, Hi. 

febl^.lm 



B 



Vegetable Sicilian 

HAI R RENEW ER, 

•»> 

As the UAme indicates, not only r.i sews 
the growth of tbe hair when thin and laliing 
off, buVpositirely rentir* the tulor lo Av 
original d^de when it is turning ptJ? it 
white, wheiS^r caused by discasie.^^tf 
5li age. 

It will cerlaiS^ do what i$ ^^mc.l lor i;. 
X fact to which ^^ndreJs, j^- tbousau.is, 
who have used it.iyrc rc^^aud williuj liv 
.eslify. Where onel^ti^is fairly u>c.L in 
tuy eommiinity, itaXcputation '-fpreuJs 
.ike wild fire," a^r iXiUo best .T.Uciti.-c- 
oicnt and rccon»ioijJa\in we dc>ire. la 
tbe Eastern St*^, wherc^e "UENEW EU" 
triginaied, jme young 1a\c3 use it as a 
tiair dresMg; it is foun\on the toilet 
tables oC^tmg men, (also ntVicir bjrbrrsli, 
tvhiloJBldcr men aud wome'uX Lo Jetirc a 
RenMcr and Raiorative for thciVcrey locks 
kn<t bald heads will not bo wViout this 
Krticle, which gives in every inst^c, ea 
'ire Bctisf action. 

C-A-TJTIOISr. 

Don't lot any druggist or dealer ur:ro »it<..n ve.i ■ 
liffarent article. «« there ii no preparation luthe «\«M 
Ik* this, B«w«r» of any articl« rui-portnif; to Lc lUo 
■am*. 

Try HALL'S HATR KENF.WXR aeootding to IMiec- 
tienj, and you will us* no oiher. 

If not aold at druggists in yonr town, a trial botr.s 
•iU be smt you by exprMS, upon rcccii't of on* dr<Uir 
ky in«il, thus giving you an opportunity at once ol 
lasting It* ezcetlrut qnalitisa. 

Orders tx Criol txtOa must b* addrfcaml to 

C. A. COOK, rhtrat;<t. 

Gen'i Agent for Northwestern SUta:, 
R. P. HAIX A 00, Proprletoia. Nasboa, N. H. -^ 
Sold at WHOUBAIX, In Chicagn, hy riTLLEK, FINCH 
* FULLER, BITKKOAMS A VAN SCHAACK, LORD k 
SMITII, smith k DWTER, 3. U. RC£D A CO. 
CnAS. a. SMITH, DIXnSCH, BLOCEI h. CO., U 
eOO^'TL, W. D. HABUS k OX, POST * BADEAC, aa< 
%r draaiEista and deatai traannr. 
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TflK SAINT l*AUL PKE8H, TUEHDAY. FEBUUAKY 27, 1866. 



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U\m BYTELEGHflPH THIKTY-NINIH CONGRESS. 



Political Excitement in 
Washington. 



A NEW FREEDMEN S BILL 
INTRODUCED. 



Pro!iiit;!ii»u 'A ViAiaz Ih i»i'it. 

SPEECH OF JOHN SHER- 
MAN, OF OHIO. 

DIVISION C^THE UNiON PARTY 
DEPRECATED. 

Tliv I'.t «i,li-ttt Mill True to ilii> 

I lilOii Puil) 

R<rBitiM«-«f« of Ian a l*uliii«-al lA 
rtlrairni - >«ii|trrutr t uiirt A -lew 
rrrrdmrn* Hill. 



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VV.vsin.N. i.i.N, Tell i;... 
- Wilson auil Trire l.ave 
li irsmCJov. Sron»>ct la , 
^i-^Utiirt' rj thu' S;iff. 
g inaji'ri'v. h;i« pss'fil 
il'jirovin:; thi- .\iiir>t' cl 
• ;\'e9 aiid Senators ia 
r'i'i!infii*!i li-irt-au ImII, 
.i> rre.-iijcnl'.t vrto. 
■■: ' -.-r-. .■•.v^..itlll•fol- 
.' nii-^tivr; WM ht-ld 

! \ our veto met?agc 
^ !> lorstd uoani- 



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THOMAS w. CI. icrtr. 

S>:w YoAK, Fc'j. J'>. 
vri: is {be juhstance of a 
iao>.hi:iu..::oii jiroliibitirg tlshing on the 
Nvwk'un.ilAn.l -i-d Cxmh coast bv the 
UuitfJ -s • - 

»>iiKi - .'. ■.•■'.in trf.itv was made 
betwf^n J!.r .\t"j,-?rv and'tbo United 
Mate? of Arefri.a. on the .".th o( June 



If 
the i 

the itru. 

Whf 

I7th Ma; 

Wlil-i; 
»oi:s ui 



iprocal trade, and 
< - h ive given mtiee ot 
'■root : arl 
■ trcaijr will exfiire on 
^"'> ; ami 
r 1 - ;• .1. r still tr-,\uy many per 
thf I nited Stati,^ uave invt'-ted 
moritys -i-,l tHfil out ships for carrying 
OQ in»hc:r t>l .1,15 wuLm the territory ot 
t . ii.,iy III- uniiwarc that tbeir 
' -^ on «iu'h lirL'.-rl.s will end 
on i:-, . . ^ \lj,r h Imio. 

Thertlor., :o i> event ii jury or loss to 
our»ub;.>t:. ir iiii/ti)< of Srates with 
whi>h wf are in amity, we do eiution and 
warn all ?,.. h {■ rjon^ nor suhit-et* of our 



Cars ' 

rich- 



realm, »'• 

St A 

lia't 

ao.i - . 
by law. 

abii* 
at} I 



Lr 



I r ITr!) M»r h nixt, no 

■i luauntd m the I'nitid 

tan pursue the insht)re 

rcinlerin^j (hfnK-<eive« 

«r;itioii vt their vessels 

I i;il'i'^ i:- aic iiupused 

J U iJjLllij;t<jll 5pt.'lial 

I .\L'it«:uieiit t^bow:l no 
-iiat ca!aicr views of 



^ IJTI-Itl. 



HOW on argu- 

("oert cf the 

I .Ithn Ma{;iiire vc. 



the &tafe ui Ma--a. Lii.-eits will be argued 



• ;«n. Cu-'iii-r w:l 



bi(ai>r 
Read Will 
Ricbaril- 
liquor Os 
seers otj/ 
the law • 
settle ti 

A b'ii-. 
corl'nu '-■ 
(or tive \ 



I'pen the eaje for the 
• Kaltr.-i. Hi!il Attorney (ieneral 
for tbe State and Mr. I 
osto;,. will close for the I 
't !■* faid !hf ease pre- I 
; the points raised by 
-uhti'etr., and will not 
'juesticn. 

iLii.-d proviilir.i^.for the 
he Frcedmen's IJureau 
ft nirborizes eupervi-'ion 
o»er ali l.nal freednitn and all matters 
relatirt,' ' ! to cpalle them as jpee- 

dily as I ■-, t)f.:oiiies-!t-?upporting 

citizriis I 1 ,-,. 1 : i-ed S'atHj, so that their 
freedom i;..; ', rf.l.rcl available and 
benetii-ial n: t!.. ,->publii-. 

Itan^hctizi .he appoii.'mcnt of two 
additional a-- .,nt couimiision. rs, and 
admstor: r t t' .■ li-tricts ititosub-di;»tri.-rs. 
not ex.;ef(lir;» tLe niimbcr of counties or 
parisles in tb-' -Hnrict. It allows details 
of miiif .- ,.rs, without increase of 

P*.'". = '' ■ ' .ire tasen from civil life, 

their salanca are confined within five and 
twelve Lrinircd dollars per arnum. If 



found r. 
have tbri. 
exceed ir I 
it fla!! i , 
wh. 
pui 
(.on. I! 

miT. „. :,. 

ful iervi 



■ U'.b iommissioners rnav 

■ ■ •■' eai h, ar a falary not 

Ti ■ " per annum each: and 

': - 1! ity of tbe coniniissioners, 

jiie consistently with the 

.;j,to appoint as aisrsiant 

's, agents an J clerk.-, ^uc;h 

• i^rcvxl (bt-ir loyally by faiih- 

in the armieo of ih.i Union dur- 



ing the rebellion. All fcti.ployees are 
plaatd under military j'jiis.liction. It 
autbor-ies tb . Secretary of War to i^sae 
mediea. ai:l ctb-r stores oiilv to persons 
unable by proj .r ir.dustry to help them 
•elves, -aid piv^-^. the I'resident power 
under fi I -tead act, to assign lo 
'o.^a' '• • Ifr.ediii.ii.jubli, la,,.!,. 

not •;>. . .! I - ;.i it< rt's la h, and ni>t .x 
cev.Wf);.' tl;,.. „,i!l,r,;.t tf a.r.s in all, in 
thn ^taN . „j M.-.ri.Jn, Ahiban^a. Mi.-fi., 
sippi, I.'Ui.-.ai) I .ind Arkai).»as. tiibje. tto 
annua! r. rifal. It »!•>.> ccnfirni.'^ for tbr< » 

l-.r.?.,- 



year.^ tliH 
man% tit 
exdiar;;j>- 
case'. 

It r«.jM'.-, 
ofti< en Willi 
tiori.". nn I il,. 
furriishin^' fa j 



:i a.^s;;;!:! .1 by Jir.n. Sti.'r- 
i 'H.'ir. wiih a provi ion for 
>rii oJb'T \ii.,U in crtiin 



t.l- 



' o-o|M ration o( b'lreau 
'•iva!'- Ix-revol^nt a'pira- 
r .i£,'(nt» atnl f.-acbfr8, in 
"^ for I be education of 
lre.:dm»'n, and rcf(uires tie furnishing of 
»it»-s and building', for »( bool Loun.s. 

It 'eriir.-.. to lre>'dinen the enjoy mtnt 
01 ail rights sr,i| immiiniti.ss er.joy'i'd bv 
wbit- p,-r_,oi.i uiil-r thr . oniinon law, in 
• luflif./ tti' ri li^ fii t...i.(o I I I 
.Tly.an.l 1„ ir .ii iii.-,. .ir,d nc.-.,rd.s tl..-'a 
military ,,•..!.,,,. I, ii„td lb- S;al<; "OV 
ern-neic Mor . d, and the .Slat-., 

repre.s. ■n;.r. «. IVrf, ■ „<,on cd 

(ri»-diiii'n IS ptiur-l.ed by line. 



■II,. I," ., 
dors*-'! r 
fallecl a Hr i 



M«-nliiM> Ki <>r < ..lirit.nl.«. 

■■-< I l.A.M I.^l ", l-tO 2.3. 

i< •■ ni'eiiirjr Unl ngbt eii- 
.■ •Jijhfi..i'/n\> po.jiioii, an! 
. :inp for J'u' 'day next. 
Tie- I iii.jri .Siafe, f'in;:al Coiiiiiii»fre 
to day Hdf.p'cl re"'nliitioi!s f.^^ir.; i|„.v 
don't M L jMr<»-ivi- an irnparabb' brear'h 
betwten ibe Fr. Md-ui ai.d Cor.'risi. and 
until SU.1. hr.-*..l. . 01.. liiMveiy^ appears, 

of tlie t.i«i..i,b, ,,( ,1.,, t-.iion uriui.s are 
nottobelo^t n.a. if „ ,1,., ,,,,1 , ^„ 
Union ii>.n to avoid < ntan-l.-mcnt. wi'b 
Vall«ndigb«i.i<i. .S.;yiiiour:4 and eop|,er 
m?ad tonbdirale sj irp .thizers- 'H<%t 
when mjib lupn I'lidor^e the poli'-v of Ihi- 
rpsidinf, lb. y doii't und.rs'au.j that 
policy, or an- «iidcavorin<j fosedu.ethr; 
fre»i.l.;nt frf.m bis all ■fjianc; to the Con- 
■titufion. That t|»- abohlion of slavery 
was the result of r.b.l'i.jn, ar..l it was 
wick.'.!, »en»»Iets a,„| .owardiv to with- 
draw prote. tion from four million fr. c'l- 
mcn, and [lerrnit thcui to be rwluced lo 
alavery aj^aiii. 'i h.at wi- b. li.-ve the Pres- 
ident will remain Into to tie Constitmion 
and his pledge.*.. 
Legal tenders 7.'. To | is a.sttcd. 

.\fcH YokK, I-eb. Ul. 

The Ttme3 publishes a speeial from 
Milledgevills, (;eorgia, giving a full re- 
port cf A. H .Stevens' spe. eh before tbe 
Georgia Legiglafurc. 

Secretary Seward is Jo entertained Lr 
Hon. Ri.-bard S. in !1, this cv.nin,.^, at the 
rooms of the Manhattan Club, where a 
grand banquet ba»|bcen prepared for bitu. 



'Wasuinuton, KcI. -M. 

Si..\.vTK. — Mr. iirimen, ol Iowa, in 
presen'ina a petition from citizens ol 
Iowa, fatd he Would relcr lo a dispatch 
pubU>i|ie.l in tbe InttlUijciit'r ll.i-i iiiorii- 
ii<g that an ioiiueiio- raliticaiion iiieeling 
had been held in Keokuk, at wh'.cb (be 
veto meS'.aije and (he I're-idt ul'.'* admiti- 
islralion ba>l bee:i endorse I lie said 
the author el ibnt ili'pa'>li had bven op- 
post li to ihe war all along ; that hi.i press 
had bi-."a thrown i; to tbo nvcr for lb ' ut- 
tcrati- ■■ ol di:.''nal rt-i.tiicenis. He was 
unwilliu^ (hat the .hsjiatch relet red fo 
should so bjrth a.-; a r.d.xol the senti- 
met't's of (he |» oide (d Iowa 

Mr. I.an;'. ol Kansas, mov.d (o lake 
from 'he libs 1 ho paper* inlbecseot 
Sie»*.i. I'aster at:<i .Soow. t^eiial ts ebet 
from .Vrkar.sis. and reler Ibtiu In iho 
oomiuittee en j'.idi.iary. 

Mr. Clark called for adivijion on the 
motion, and the n'lestioii was c.ill-d tor 
on wilhdrawi!;; tlie papers from tbe tiles. 
lr wa- dccidi d ill tbe alliiniative. 

Mr. Cl*rkfbi'u i!i'^\edihat Ibe c'-eden- 
tials be laid oa the liible with Ib'.'.se ot 
other lately rebellious S'at. s. 

Mr l.ane calk il tor th- yeas and nays. 
If w.i, de>'idt d 1:1 tbe i!ej;ative by yeas 
I'J, nays ".'7. 

Mr. 1, me moved to admit Me.-fr.-i 
Bax'er and Suow lo seats, which was liid 
on (he table. 

At lt> o'clock ib-j rcftular ontir was 
taken u}', beiitj; (he corcirretit rcolu- 
tion that no t-eua'or or K'.-jire;eii(alive 
from any oceede.l St ite >ball be admit ted 
until such SJtati's shall have been decided 
to be entitled to reprc-ieiuatio!i, 

Mr. ."hernian took th- lloor. lie 
maintained that the resolution could imii- 
(er no power rot already vest.'d in Uou- 
ijrtjs. A similar resolution bad been 
adopted by tbe list Congress. 

Oolfi-:. — Mr. lieauian, el Michijjan, 
introdiiecil H bdl t.> 1 on'iu'ie m foive ar.d 
to am. ikI (he Krcf dMifn'.'. liareau i$id. 

Mr. Tiow-Tni. e. I'l Mi,hij;ui, oH' r.'d 
a resolution in^tru.'iing (he eoinniiltro on 
niilifir* aliair. t.i ii'((;iire int) tie.' i|!!ab?v 
of tho ariitiera! limbs ^u|■idu•d to iho fol- 
dicr< and sjiior.-., ard il lound i!e*f'liv« 
to report rvee If.:! •e.;!.-'ia'io !. 

Mr. Ml L'lure. of Missouri, i llorc-l a 
roiolution instriielioi; the joint < on'.uiiitec 
C'l re'.'on?ir;K'!ion lo ieniiire wboth'-r late 
seeedi'd States are still in > onmnia-'v. and 
il fO. fo irnuire info tbe espeditr.' y of 
levyiii>:; contributions on disloyal inhabi- 
tants ther' of lo defray the extraordinary 
exp-':ises of govemmen''. 

t'n motion .■>! Mr. .">cbci'.<.k. ol l)l'lii, 
tbe tbe resolution w.^s rel.»rred without 
instructions to tbe reconjtriieticn com- 
mittee by nays 'iW yea* "JT. 

Mr. Hin«.:haiii reported from the com- 
mittee on recjfstraejion, a jjint resolu- 
tion to ami'tid tbe t'onstitu'ion by a Iding 
the followinj:; artnle: "That Congress 
shall have power co ma»o ail 'aws whivh 
shall be iieeessary and proper to .secare 
to th? citi.:er.s o! each Srate all tb.e privi- 
leges and initnuniti.s of citizens <.d th.; 
sevt ral States, and all per-^ons in the sev- 
eral S'ate.5 e<(iial protccricn in the rights 
of life, libertv iin.i property. 

Mr. liicgham supported the mt :i ura 
in a bri-l ^peeeh. 

Mr lin;;. r.-!, ot N .1 , <poke a.^airist it 
as a iiii->t d.angerom inovemii.* towards 
centrabzUion. 

Mr. Sherman spok.' in iavor ot the 
I'resiilciil'.s n consini. tion poli -y. ytt be 
was in Iavor of tb.! Freedui',-ii'j< bill ami 
against the veto, but he eonjidt-red the 
rre<ident cmt'cI only C'oiistitit'onil 
right in ez.rcising the veto pswer. 

While lie tfai.;ii;4bl (here wj's uukIi that 
wa.s ri.lieulous in tlie I'rfsi.lenl's speech 
ol the Jl'rd, tbiire was yet much in it 
worthy ol cineulenition. rromptcd a? 
it was by ,1 desire lo sec llie Soiithci'ii 
State-^ speeilily rcjtore.l t'» th. ir e, n.ititu- 
tioual relatior.-i, while h.' (Sheriiian) 
Wat anxious to see a mod..- adoptijd by 
wliiih loyal Southern men might be riil- 
iniitcd to Corit;res.i, he never eoul I eoii- 
sei.t lT> th'- .ail: lisrfioii ol at.y mm wbo had 
tak. u p.iil in the rebeiliou. and woubl 
never vote It r. p'-at ol teat o-.tli. He 
alao lavotcd vol ••» and no' population as 
lh<- ba.-i:i ol repreacnlatio", lbou;;h he 
sho'ild not probatily vote lor thi^ propo.'i- 
tion nov; in the Stnattr r.,coi^iiizint; popu- 
lation as thf basts. He did not believe 
Mr. SumiK r's proi.osiiion to d.'chuj suf- 
frage by ai^t of Congroas w.is prai;ticable. 

Mr. Sherman referred to tbe speech 
made by Prefident Johii.'-on ou tbe -'21 
of IVbruary. He thought no man who 
was a frieiid cf the Proideut's wouM be 
unwilling to wipe thit out ol his history. 
It was iuipo.'>:)ible to conceive of a raoro 
hiiruili.iting spectaclf than ih.'xt ol the 
President of the Unite.l St.atts addres.-iing 
such a crowd as called upon him on the 
22d of February . 

He regretted especially a paragraph 
in the fp'.ech made by the Prcsiil';nt on 
thfii d.iy referring by i.aine to Mcar-.s. 
Stevens an<i Sumner, lint it khould be 
remembered tha;, Preiidei^t .J.jbnson was 
a very c imbaiive nun, an'lbe had idwavs 
been noted for hii f.^reo in ripeiling a" 
saiilts made upon hii.i. Mr S...uiner bid 
recr-ntly accused him of whi ewasbing. a:id 
while no alTror.t wt- iotendc.!, this lan- 
I guag.! wa.-i evideiiily ■.oiK>friied into an 
affront. It could not b.; (orgotteti (bat 
I Mr. Stevens proclaimed ai;'.iiist, Andrew 
I Johnson : and t.e recently said in the 
Hoiisi- that iur ccrlain lauguag.: used by 
bim (the President; "'a British king would 
have lost his l^a.l two hun'lrtd ^ ear.-i ago.'' 

Tbe.M- facts m'.f>t te taken into con."id 
eratii'ii in making a jtid!»OK-nt on his un 
for'una'»i srieceb I he most mju.beious 
paragraph was that whi.rh charged certain 
genii. men as conspiring at hid ai)-^a«sina- 
tion. This wa.i .'•imply lidieulous. and he 
telicved there was not a man in tbe eouu- 
iry wbo thought diflerenfly. Still there 
was iniu.'i in tb" hpee'h worthy of con- 
Kid' ration, jrnmpted as it was by the 
President's anxiety to rci- the Scuthern 
Sta'".i spi edily restorcl lo their consti- 
t'l'io'ial rrl^tion-.. 

Mr. Sherm.in ►^li.l. i,. «onc'usion: 
I hav..- tiei-.. Mr. Pr< :-,i.leitt, endeavoied 
to :il:ow tint tr» f|ii< ho'ir ro a< t has been 
lb....! by Ib.^ l'risii!i-nt i'i<-onM<ten'. with 
l.'j> obligations to the great Union party 
tl.!.t . ic. t. (1 hini. 

iMf. r.-iS' e» b:'.ve arij. ti tut tb.y uive 
ari:"'i upon new ijU' iiioiis no' wirbiti iIj..- 
contemplation of tb' 1,'iiioii |>arty or Un- 
ion pecple wh.n I lie Piesiderit was noini 
naf'-.i. I have also ylown that he has a. t- 
••.l in pnrsuane^-. ol .a policy adopt.-d by 
Mr. I.iri'oln ami sp[^rov. li by the people, 
at.il (hat. no evint has y«^t tran.«pired that 
w;i! pre. lue him fropi hesrfv co-operation 
with th.r great ma"-" (d the Union parly, 
in ."••curing to tb.- country the ohj-'ets lor 
which we, 'Ol duclcl M.c' ( s>jully a gnat 

war. 

I !•.■'.• events have lr:ir?pire'!, that lit 
t. ran.i's h ive bt en ma.le t"iidiiig in that 
<iir. ."ioii ro line will .leny. The sure.'-t 
••vid. i-e'- «.f if i,H t!i • j y of (he worst ene- 
r. ..•'< of t!,e eouiilry over <'ijr ilivisioiis. 

1 lliid in Ji ii-.i nt (^.^kt llii.-* i-igiiili.;j.iil 
pa'a^raph : 

Tie.i I >emo<rats ijf l);i)ton lialajoHi- 
Ij.-iiim liver Presiili-nt. .lolm.-oii'.s veto ol 
(be Kree-lnieii's ISiire»u I'.ill Ibe. aflei- 
iiO'ii, liring lIKl t^ii ,:, Mr. V'.illAieli;;- 
li.'pi iiia'le a bri ef ppe.' eh, raung lb.- .Ie- 
iiio''»-rey di<l not 1 lect .Mr. .fulinyo'i, hui 
I' i< now ih' ir d'iry to .«;f;ii;.l l.y biiii. Hi- 
atinour.etd a ina.^<! iioeting m lu'iire lor 
exultation. A llig flja'-i from .Mr. V's 
will. low. 

.\Ir. Polan.l — May I ask what, lljg it 
was? 

Mr. Sle.Tina:. 1 don't, know, lie; di..- 
pai' Il don't ."tale. 

Mr. Nye - Ii he Ib.w his own flag it w.is 
a r. in I Hag. 

Mr Sherman - Now I am aware of no 
.idatiii y more .!i.<gr.i<(drtl than f'jr ii.s by 
O'jr (tivisi.ins to sum iiiier to men wbo 
w. ri- eiiemi.-s to th.-ir eoiinlry in lime of 
war, all pow.-rs of ibis gov rnment. He 
who .■'jiitribut.-i in any way to this result 
•leserves the e.v.jer.alions <d his counlry- 
raeii. This may to done by thrusting on 
the 1're.si.leiit lu.janinres which his prin- 
eipb s do ii'.'t agie>: •,Tii|i. 

It may be dotie by invilii g . ontrover- 
sirs ol a jierseml charaeler. It may be 
done by the President turning bis back 
upcn Iho.'ie who Irti.sted him withiii:di of- 
fice, thus linking his minie with one of 
the most disgractltil in American history, 
and that ol lohn Tyler. 

1 fi'el an abiding eonlidcnce that An- 
drew .Johnson willncl, cannot do Ibis, 
and ?ir, wbo will deny that the overbcar- 
irg Mid inlolerent will of Hem y ("!:;v eoti- 
triiiuted very mucti to ih.; <iLfc..ti'.ii of 
John T>lc'r? Uut the diviiioji cf the 



Whig paily was an event utterly insig- 
ni>i>-ant iu eiimpanson with the rnaulls 
ol a division in the Union parly. Wbeie 
will be the lour million .-.laves whom by 
your poliev you euiaiieipatc I ! What 
would be their mevitabbi I ite il now ,sur 
remlered to the ni'tody ol tho ^outh? 
Will you l>v your demand ol universal 
sutl rage destroy the power ol the I'uiou 
parly to prote.t them in their dearly pur- 
cha>ed liberty :" 

^Will \ ou by new issues upon which yo-a 
know yini have not the views ol the peo- 
jile, j;.opaidii:j those rights which you 
can by tho aid ol the Union party, secure 
to ihe-se Ireedmsn. We know that the 
I'r. "Klent ciiiiie't. will not.au.l never will 
agrei- to unite with us upon i'sni's cl nni- 
M rsal eutlerage an.i dead States. No 
such dogmas were eontemplate.l when, 
lor his heroic services in the eatue of tbe 
Union, we placed him side by side with 
Me. I.iiii'jln. ns our .tlandaril bearer. 
W by dwell upon them, why not complete 
the work ."io gloiiously begun by our sol- 
dier*, by secu'ing union and liberty to all 
men without di.'.liuetiou ol color. Leav- 
ing as belorc the right el sulliage to tbe 
dill'erent S ates. SS'e niiijt look to our 
public credit, we have iluties to perloim 
to tbe business interests ot the coun'ry 
in which we need the avsisiaR.e ol tbe 
Pr.'s'dent. l| ever the time (.ball ome 
wh: II 1 can no Kitiger eonli le in 'he Pres- 
ident's devotion lo the ji'-ie iplcs upon 
which he was eb .;ted, I will bii Ian well 
to Am w Johnson will. unaU'ected eor- 
io»*. 

I well ummiher when be .-.tood in this 
veiy .-pot, b\e .» ears aijo, uluiir.g witii 
uiicAampled courute the .usaulls ol 
traitor.-.. He lelt in ibeir banils wile, 
ibi'ilreii, ptopti y and home, and st iked 
his ail oil the if-ult. 1 well remember 
(b:U when a retreating general would have 
lelt Nashville to its late, that again, with 
heroic cuurag.;, he maiutamed his post. 
I well reuumber (he btree corilliei and 
trials through which be and his t.dlow 
e.i'upatriots in Last Teuu-.ssee maintain- 
ed our cause in the heait ol the C'euled- 
eracy . 

I Will r. member tbe s-tru^'gle he had 
wi'h the aristoerafu'. elcuiiiit of Teiines- 
sei' ; never a^baiued ot his ungin ami 
never far Ifoiii the hearts ot the people. 
Sir, you must i ot .-lever the great, I'nion 
party from this loyal element ol the South- 
ern .States. 

No iheorie.-i of possible utopirti good 
can Cv'iejienNate for the ii,.-is ot such pa- 
triotism and devolirn. T'ttie, a.s he tells 
you in his message, is a great element of 
reloi'Qi, and time ii on your side. 

I remember the homely and encourag- 
ing wor.Is ot a p;oneer in the anti slavery 
cause, an e'^ipelled .Methodist preaL:her 
from tbe South wco told those who were 
behind him in opinion, •'Well friends, 
I'll block a while, we must all travel to- 
gether.'' 

I say to all who doubt Andrew .lohn- 
son, and wish to move more rapidly than 
he can, to " block a wtile" to consolidate 
their great victory with tbe ce>rtainty tiiat 
rea.-on antl the Almighty will continue 
their work. 

All wisdom will not die with us. The 
highest human wi.idom is to do all the 
good you can, but not t') sacriliee possi- 
ble good to attempt inoiiraitieable. (Jod 
knows that I do not urg.^ haiuioiiyand 
consoli.ljtion from persona! motives. 

The people ol my native State have 
enltusted me with a position hero extend- 
ing four years beyond the termination ol 
the Presidential oth-e ol the pre.-er.t in- 
cumbent. He can grant me no lavors. 

If I believed lor a moment that he 
wouid Seek an ahi III'.' with those who 
by cither arms or counsel, oreven apathy, 
were Cjiaiiist this country m tbe r.ecnt 
war, an.i would turn over to I hem the 
high powers eiilrusled to him by lb; Un- 
ion party, then, sir, he is dislior..\sf, atd 
would receive no assi.^tjnio from me. 

IJiit I will not force him into this atti- 
tii le. If h.; shall not prove fnlse to lle3 
declaration made by him in his veto mes- 
sage, th.iT. bis stroiigciit iksir.! wa^ lo .Se- 
cure to the Frieilmen full eejoynunt of 
tlieir IVeeilom an.i prop.'rty, then I will 
not .piarrel with hira a; to the ne aMites 
u;-e<l, an.i while, ai he (ells n-i in Ibi.s 
same uiCLiagf", In: only asks lo/ .Si.iies lo 
be represented that aie in ulliiude for 
loyalty and haimoiiy. and wilb perooiis 
for representatives whos'? loyalty cannot 
be .[reslioned under any eonstitittiotial or 
legal test, surely we ought not (o .•-.epa- 
rate from bim until at lea^t we prescribe 
a test ol (heir loyalty, upon whii h we are 
willing to .-land. We have not done it 
yet. I will not try him by new creeds, 
will notdetiounc! him for hasty words 
uttered in repelling personal afi'ronts. 

1 see bun yet .-.urrour.d.il by tha cabi- 
net of Abraham Lincoln purfuing his pul- 
iiy, and no words from me shall .Irive 
him into political fellowtbip with tlicac 
who, whrn he was one of tee moral b'' 
roes of tho war denonnee'l him. 

At the conelufion ol Mr. Sherman's 
speeth, Mr. Trumbull sai.l h^ bad heard 
it; s^id that there were m-jn in Congress 
in favor of keeping the Suutheni Stales 
out iiidefiiiitely. He bnd never nii;C any 
man in either H'.uje who i»aa tiot ani- 
iuus to see the .South-ro ^^tate.s a'l dtled 
at the earliest time con;!it:nl wiih the, 
safety ol lee country. 

FR^M BOSTOMT 

CorrCjpttnJtueo Cliicogo Tribune. 

Eosio.v, Feb. ir, 18(30. 
A Swampicatt copperhead, who expressed 
delight ;;;, the murder ol the Pr aident, 
was tarred and fea'hertd and borne 
through ibe town in disgrace by I is fel 
low Citi/.'ii.s H.: sued tho- • i..;neern.^d 
lor damage, and obtained a verdiel lor 
$WU, which ha3 be'.n paid. Here the 
matter was supposed to rest, bit at the 
prehcut term ol the court at Salem, a 
democratic judge on the bench, and tho 
district attorney being at variance with 
the republicans ol that section, half the 
citizt'ns of Swamjiscotthave been indicted 
for complicity in the riot which some only 
saw from Ihe windows of their dwellings 
ami oliices. The Ibt of defendants in- 
elu'b-s even the venerable id'rgyman :ind 
the poal master el the viilage, an.i leaves 
nen'; out lor witnec-ies. (inv'-inor An- 
drew was retained a.i . ounsel for Ibe de- 
feti.'ie, but his physiei.an forbid.-i his trying 
cifles atj.Tc.ent, ami Judge Lord deci iied 
to continue the case another term to ena- 
ble bitn to take part in it. 

Tbe case standi-'g thus, tbe cjes ol th.- 
eonimuiiity upon it, and Tae.f.lay assigned 
for the trial, on Mond.ay after. loou an 
order was oflered in the .State Legislature 
expre'sing the ojdnion that Rueh prosecu- 
tions at this time are uncalled f ir, and 
directing Ihe Attorney (Jeneral ol the 
Commonwealth to proceed to Salem and 
take charg'! ol the ease. .Such action is 
altogether without a preeclcnt here or 
elsewhere, but a warrant for it was found 
111 an iinu.'.ual titalute, ai.d the or.ler was 
offered aii.l vigorously siippnrted by .John 
(iuin.y A.lams, ol t^iificy, whos.- charai'- 
ter, as well as his descent may by jiidg.-..l 
from his name. Of course, su' h a nieas 
UH! ni.t violent onpn^ition. The fir.-t to 
>{'f:ik ai;aiiisl il was the lea.l.'r (d the lit- 
(Je sipiad ol a .loicen Dem.jeriits in the 
Hoii.ie, Mr Spollord, ol Newbunport, 
an able young lawjer, ami husband ol 
.\Iifs 11 irriet Pre.s.tott, tlie aulliorcsg. 
He was followe'l bv a r.'eognizeil lead.-r 
of 'he I'ejMjblicana in (he same strain, 
both denouiii-ing the eonteropliited inter- 
leren.'c with th.' judiciary as un. 'ailed lor, 
uniiigniQed and sure to i-ully the reputa- 
tion ol MasKachusetts as a respector of 
law. The ibbate .;o'Jlinued until .lark, 
and the vote, wlien taken, resulted in the 
adoption ol the order by a huu.lred ma- 
jority in a vote ol a liundr.r.l am! liity. 

So tie: Attorney (ieneral lelt early (he 
next nionimg for Salem, aii.l took Ihe 
ea?ie from llie l)istrict Attorney. He di.l 
not witb.lniw the proseeiiiion at on.'e, 
however, a.i those whose votes sent him 
may have anticijialed, but simply slat, d 
the .action of the Legislature, asked a 
postponement that he might look into the 
case, anil expressly dibcliimed njl inten- 
tion to abandon it if it appeared that the 
prosecution was a proper one. Tlie 
.fudge readily n'lj')urn<'.d the court for a 
fortnight, and so the matter now stands 
- all hough there is no probability that 
Attorney (jcneral Keed will be able to 
give his attention to it two weeks hence, 
the Ihpior warfare of which 1 wrote you 
fully a week ago, denuMiding his first 
care and all his time. Meanwhile the 
legal community are busy discussing th<; 
rcroatkablc action of the liegislaturc — 
and I tl i:ik moat lawyers, without regard 
ti pi.iities, agree in re;;ardiiig it as unjus- 
tifiable, impolitic, and lull of (iiiiiger (o 
the inlcresta 01 liberty and justice. 



DISTRICr COURT. 



TUv Catie »l' the §tutc \f,. 
(irnut C;oiieliidr«l. 



Tho Jury return a Vordict for Dc- 

foucluot Witliout Leaving 

thoir Soatu. 



Tbe case of tha Stale r». W'oi. H. 
lirant, which has occupied the ultenlion 
ol tbe court for two days, and which from 
the standing ol tho accused has been 
watched with considerable interest, was 
concluded last evening. Wo gave the 
testimony lor the prosecution in fc'undiiy's 
issue, and in order to do justice to the a.-- 
cuse.l we herewith append the evidence 
lor the dtleiise. It will be seen that it, 
is overnhelmiogly iu bis favcr, and the 
jarycoal.l not Lave done otherwise than 
to return a verdtet ol not guilty at oi.ce, 
whieh they did 

.loiiN S.Mirii, .--vieru : I h.ivc been City 
JaiUir ollbe eUy of •'^uint I'hu< tnr two yiars 
last p,i.<.t, on May -^Ih, last; Mayor I'rinee. 
Cliiefi't Police, T'arn'oull, Jolm I'attersoa and 
1 went over and exumined llie wood pile 
uientioDud in Ibis case, all over, and we euuld 
tinil notbing; w.KKlpiJe was m Fil'tti street, 
I'ppcr town; several persons were atiout there 
at the lime; wo searched the wood pile ibo- 
rou^bly. 

John P.\rTciisoN sworn; la May last 
I was roliceraan of the city of St. Paul; the 
next day alter the rotibcry of .Mr. lleilz, bein;< 
tho jth day ot May last, about eleven o'clocit 
in the forenoon, John Grace, Mayor Prince, 
Geo. W.Turnlmll, John Smith, Captain Ileek 
aud my.self and Mr. Alexander Johnson 
searched the noud pile uienliuned in tins c.iso 
for licit.'.' lu.iney ami p'.-ckeltiook , tho search 
waslliorouKha:ioiit an Ui'ur ill the .\. >!., and 
two hours in atlernoon. I searched again in 
the evcninc- John Oraeo went to the wood 
pile with Clilnnick, and Chlnnick showed biui 
ihe very place where lie put Uic money on 
tho uipht of the rolibcry. We searched thai 
very place over and over agaiu (lie very inora- 
ing litter Ihe roMicry r.nd there was no money 
tliere. We look do'.vii the wood and l.iokc.l 
iu every crevice and corner. iJayton h;ul 
conlV'.s.'ied th.at ver^" momiuR wlicre ('"hiniiicl-. 
put (he poekcl-biok in Ihc wood pile. ('.Vit- 
ne5-i fnlly described l.ieationof the woul pile ) 
AlEX.vNDKlt Johnson sworn; In May 
last I was reporter for tho f jmic r. 

I remem!)er the roldierv ..t Mr. Ileitz. I ivas 
at the City Ilall alioui 9 o'clock in Ihe m.irn- 
im; on the day after the robbery. John 8niiih, 
Mavcr Prince, Capt. Heck. John Patterson 
and Mr. Graex> were there. I tlimk Mr. Grace 
said that Dayton had c-aofcssed he bi.l the 
money in the wood pile; we ;UI A'ent 'ivir t.> 
the wood pile, mentioned here, and searched 
it thoroughly for an hoar; wc tore down some 
wood and examined every where a man could 
put in his arm ; I don't think there roald have 
been a pocket-book or money there; we made 
ihorouRh search ; I made a note of tho ovcar- 
rence and it was published In tho Piuneer of 
the next morning; the circulation of tho I'io- 
neer wa,< seven hundred in the city limits. 
Gen. (irani was here August 2Gtb last. I 
searched very carefully the place pointed out 
by Mr. Grace as where Cbinoiek said he put 
the money. 

Patkick Mon.vN sworn ; I was on Ite police 
Ml the lime of theJIeitz roblK-ry ; I was pres- 
ent when the robtiery was done, a m.>incnt 
afur;itw.is a moonliftht nij:ht; Dayton ran 
down the blutl behind ibe house where llciu 
was; Cliinnick ran across the lot where the 
American House stood, behind the .\mcrie;in 
H.juse stable; 1 knew him very well and saw 
bim till lie run iH-hind tbe sin'ble; I blew the 
whistle and a good many men uime, a good 
many soldiers were there; ic was between ten 
aud eleven o'clock in the evening; Dayton 
wa.-" arrested that night and Chianick next 
mom inc. 

F. M. Go.-jS .'^wokn : I am in the United 
.sifltcs service at Fort .''^DelliDg; prior 'to tirst 
d.i.v of June last I was police sergeant rit Fi'rl 
Snclling; iu May last I knew at llul Fori, 
"who wore exrebs," and fielonged to the 
Kirst I'nited .'States Infantry, and whose 
names weie McMaslers, Pniisise, Seitf, Lev- 
ercitaud J'atterson; Praisise was since ar- 
reste.l tor the robt)ery of Col.wel Dane; these 
soldier- were stationed in Suiut Paul troin 
about the lirst ef April last till atK>ut the 10th 
of May ; lor from ten lo twenty days from the 
tirst .lay of June last I uoliced that these sol- 
. tiers were vcrv tlush of money and spending 

II go id .leal lit the Fori ; I lol.l .Se'att, one of 
ilieni, that he nuisl have gotten a big Iwunty 
when he enlisted ; he siiid he .lidn't get any ; 
he then asked me if 1 remcmlier.d the old 
man robbe.l down .ai St. I'aul ; I said yes ; he 
then said wo were there at the lime, saw tbe 
man run to the w.Kalpile and hide somtlhing 
and run away again; as fast hs h- went we 
followeif; went to the pMro ami got Ibe 
money befxecn #S00 aad $Wii.'ind a pisl.il ; I 
writ" tie! city n!t.>rncy of ."'^Hiiit Paul 
aii.l told him 1 could pnt him on Ihc track of 
the man leivin},' Ihe licit z money. lie didn't 
ome til the Fort right away, and when he did 
come ill.' men were gone ; 1 saw Praisise 
have more money than any of the rest ol 
their! ; he wiis olten drunk; he wa.s arrested 
tor ruUbiiu':! Col. Dauc; I saw Ibcni have 
no'.Uui:; but greenbacks ; there were five ihnt 
divided money among them ; Henry J. Hurn, 
F.sr) , County Attorney, is the man that came 
up to the Fort; I saw these soldiers have 
money so on the 24lh, 2'Otb, or 26lhofMay 
last ; Praisise came to St. Paul, aud while here 
is said loh .vc robbed Col. Dane; I saw them 
havea??lO0 treasury note, and 5's, lO'saud 
"i'l's ; they went with their regiment up 10 the 
Forts llidgley and Abererombie; they then 
came back to tho Fort and went 10 Kansas. 
>s here they now arc; it was in June, and I 
wrote Mr. Horn; Mr. Horn came up in 
August; Staff told me three times al>out their 
getting tlie money ; he said they got it out of 
a woodpile, and that it was old man Heitz' 
money ; he kaid three of them took the money 
iind they divided among five. 

Hknkv j. Horn, SwonN. — About the 11th 
of July last I reeeiied a letter from Captain 
f^hartndge at Fort Snelling, saying he conld 
gi'.eme some information about the Ueitz 
money ; I went at oiiee to sec Chief of Police 
Turtiliull, and be and I went np to the Fort 
together lo find out about this matter; this 
was alioui the time of reception of Eleventh 
fiegiment; I found Leverett there and ques- 
tioned him clearly but conld get nothing out 
ofbnii; I couldn't ascertain anything .Lev- 
erett didn't seem disposed to tell what he 
really knew. 

C.vrr.viN Palmek.Swokk. — I knew McMas- 
ters ; bo came last spring after the boats were 
running, he belonged to a detachment of ex- 
rebs, who were ia St. Paul about a week be- 
fore comming to Fort Snelling; lam in com- 
mand ut the Fort ; I know Mr. Oass, he has 
been an officer there. 

Hexhikita CuAr.LEs, SwouN. — 1 was in 
court this raorniag and beard testimony about 
awoo'lpile; my house was near Ihere; I 
know some of the ex-retis named; on the 
night Heilz was robiied soldiers were present ; 
there is a v>mt by my door between my house 
an.i the wood pile. 

Gronoi; W. Honor, sworn ; I reside in Min- 
neapnlis and have for seven years last pai>t, 
prior to that lime I resjiled in New Hanip- 
shirc; I knew Mr. firaiit in 1841 in Nashua, 
New Hampshire, before he came here, and 
hiive known him ever since; knew him in 
Franeistown, N. H., while be wa.s studying 
law, two yciirs; 1 resided in same town with 
him and saw him most every day; Mr. Grant 
represented his native town two years m tho 
State Legislature in New Hampshire; he was 
also deputy sheriff; I never beard nDytbiog 
to impair bis repiitati<m during all my ac- 
quaintance with bim ; bis repulation has been 
good during all that time. 

B. F. Laxolev sworn ; I am Senator from 
Dakota, Minnesota; 1 have known Mr. Grant 
since l.V,? or 18.i4 ; I first met him in the fe 
gislatnre in Concord, N. II.; he ana I were in 
the Legislature two years together; Mr. Grant 
was chairman of the Cunimitice 011 Kleclions. 
which was a verv imporlaiil •■omniutee ; hi.'* 
reputation for honesty has lieen good ; I never 
knew anything t.. the contrary. 

K. B. 'rENMKY SwoiiN. — I have known Ihe 
.Icfendant. Mr Grant. I.ir f.airluen years, fir^t 
at Concord, N. II.; li>' wi.i in Ibit Legislature 
f.ir two years; I8.>3 and 18.54; I have known 
bim ever hinee; his repulation f.ir honesty 
bss always been g.iod. 

Gi;n. W. a. (ioiiMAN .SwoKN.— 1 have lived 
in ."-t. P.iiil f.>r ibirteen years; I have known 
defendant; he is a mciulicr of the liar; 1 am 
also a member of tbe liar; 1 first know Mr. 
Grant in Now Hampshire, in a puliiical cam- 
paign ; I was inlroducod to him in company 
of public men; Gen. Dix, John Van liurcii 
and Col. George; Mr. Grant's character has 
been g'od ever since I knew him. 

Jamks SMirH, Jk. SwoiiN. — I am • member 
of the bar; 1 have known Mr. Grant ever since 
he has been hero; he came in I.S.'i? or IS'iS; 
bo ha.i a Lirge criminal practic-j; his character 
for honesty is good. 

I.iicis Sf.Mi'nii Sworn.— 1 am in the morcan- 
lilo Imsincss in St. Paul; Mr. (iriint has dene 
bu.sincsK with inc lor a number of years; I 
have known him ever since 18'VI; hi.-, charac- 
ter for honesty is good 

('ounsel for defense then oflered in 
Avidencc the reoord ol conviction of .John 
(Jbinniek for highway robbery, dated 
March liOih, lKii:t, upon which he was 
■enfeneed to tho .State prijon at Still- 
water lor fifteen months and three days, 
and thereupon defendant resled lii.s case. 

'J h.; iSfale had no turtber evidence. 
Mr. Lamprey on rising to make the .dos- 
ing argument lor tho defense said lo the 
counsel lor the Stale, thai ho believed 
they could not have any eonfidence in 
their case, and enquired of them if they 
would consent to a verdict for tbe da- 
fendant. Mr. Flint, County Atforney, 
after consultation with his associate, 
Judg'j Symonds, then stated to the Court 



that they could uot uunseientiously ask 
lor a vi^rdiet tor the Statu. Mr. Lam- 
prey <|>eii .aid that bethought he could 
deiuuu:.lratu the innocence of the deloud- 
aut, and was ready lo prc-eed with th<) 
argument. His Honor. Judge Wilkin, 
suggested that it was uuneeessary to con- 
sume lurihi r time witli the easx, that he 
fully concurred In the btalement ol {)it 
Count; Attorney that th« State could not 
ask a verdict in this case, and gave Ibe 
case t'j tho jury, wlu returned a verdict 
lor dcleudant without h.-.iving their scale. 
Mr, lirant was then on motion dis- 
charged, and received the coi'gralulations 
of his friends. At the conclusion of this 
case the Court adjourned. 

The Concert Xo'Iffight. -The St. 
Paul Musical Society give tbeir third con- 
cert at Ingt rsoH's Hall this evening. 
This simple atinuuucement is all thtft is 
necessary to fill the hall to uverllowing. 
The succiss which they have achieved 
heretofore is a sullioienl guarantee ol 
what we may expect to night. The con- 
cert will commence at 8 o'clock. Tickets 
fifty cents; to be bad at Monger Bros., 

and at t'le door 

■••♦ 
Tho Ftano Raffle— We are re 

quested to state that the ratllt for the 
pian J, lor which tickets were sold during 
the late Fair, will not take place. Per- 
sons having tickets can get tbeir money 
by calling ou Mr. D. A. Montlbrt, at the 
Swcond National Bank. 



Xaocal Notices. 

At Whitney's Gallery a fall assort 
ment eif Minnesota Views, of al' kinds, In- 
dian Pictures, &«., &c. Also choice Paintings 
an.i Engravings, cheaptr than the cheapeit, 
atAo'fcost. j.»a2l-tr 

G. Rau.schiuss' KiTKKKA Hair Invio- 

ouATOii, for sale by Cbat^e & Allen, 323 Third 

street. 

■■■ 

Kkndall'8 Amboiine for the hair, for 
alu by Chase & Allen, 323 Tbu-d st. 

Ll'min's Hair Dressing Floribine for 
sale by Chase .V Alien, druggists, 32^, Third 
street. 

Mu C. W. S-Miii!, that paragon ol 
cooks, and prince of cali'rers lo refined appo- 
tile, can still be found .at bis i-ikst clasus 
urs.-.veiiVNr, on Tliir I Street, opposit" tbe 
old American. This establishment is now 
considered a credit to the city, where gcntle- 
mcti of delicate taste can find any thing to 
tempt tho palate— Wild Game, Domestic Poul- 
try and Meats, and Fish of all kinds— and 
cooked as only the accompiiskcd Smith knows 
haw to took them. Perfect satisfaction U 
guaranteed. 

The Wines and Liquors are the best to lio 
found in the city, and Smith invites a lest of 
their ncrits. tl9-ly. 



Legislature of Minnesota. 



R. O. SWKKNY & ('l>., PlIAK.MaCfctl- 

TisTS AjJD AeoTHECAHiKs. — Carefully select, il 
Drugs, Chemicals and Famll}' Medicines. 
Prescriptions compounded with care and dis 
patch. Perfumeries, Extracts for the Han d 
kerchief. Fumigating Pastilcs, Cologne, Ver- 
bena, Milletlenr, Orange, Violet and Bay Wa- 
ters ; Powders, ilonges, Cosmclic";, Dentifrices, 
L.itions and all the appliances of the Elegant 
Toilet. Hair, Cloth, Toolh and Flesli I'.rusbcs, 
Towels, Pocket-ljool-.s, ."ic., .le. 

Arlifieial Ilutiiau Eyes, Truss.'s, Bandages, 
Supporters, &c., &c., fitted by an- experienced 
and skillful opcratcr. 

U.O. SWEENY .ScCO., 
211 Third street. 



BiENETi's CocuAiNE kills daudruU 
dresses the hair prcfectly, and renders it soil 
aud glossy. There arc worthless imitatious 
of which the putilic should beware. For sale 
by EuvvAKD H. Biggs, St. Paul. 



r4rr.RiKr.Ki;. Hruggii'it, Thir.l s'r.'Pt 
tipper Town, keep.^' constantly on band J. C 
'•swald's pore r.ative wines for medicinal pur- 
poses, e.iusis'ing of Blackberry, Cranberry 
Currnnt, Hasp'vrry, UUubarb, native and 
Clinton Grapf , which he will sell at wholesale 
or retail. Also pure French Brandies, Bour 
tx>n and Rye Whiskies, Bitters of all kinds, 
at wholesale and ret-ad. All kinds of Drugs, 
Medicines and Dye StUjls, as well as Perfu- 
mery aud Toilet articles, at wholesale ari'i 
retail. Prescriptions carefully prepare! at lA 
boars. ieS ly 

Stylk and Comfort.— I have secured 
the services of J. W. Dow, late Dow & Braut 
Gentlemen wishing a neat, dura'dc and ca.sy 
fitting boot, gaiter, or balmoral, made from 
the best French calf, should call. Also ladies' 
kid, serge, morocco gaiters, balmorals, &c. 
Repairing neatly done. 

DANIEL FLYNN, 
jall-tf ISO Third sircet. f-aint Fan! 



IVIuneapoIis. 

By our own Reporter. 

Satvrb.w, 4 r. M. 

T»K Gkani> Concert, — Don't tek to 
secure your tickets for the Concert ne.it 
Tuesday night. The ball will only hold 
a limited number. Tbe rehearsals give 
promise cf a fine entertainment. Go 63 
Bolles', Cushinan's, MungerBros. Music 
Rooms, or Bell Brothers, for tickets. 
. Personal. — Deacon Harmon was out 
for tbe first time yesterday. All may not 
know the particulars of tbe accident 
which has befallen him. As he sat down 
to write a letter, a pen, tti'.kieg point up 
in an inkstand on the table, cime in eon- 
tact with hi-f left eye, wbieb owing to 
ncar-sighte.iuess was thru it 'gainst it. 
So firmly was it imbedded tb it in tryirig 
to withdraw it. tbe handl'. catn.f away, 
and the pen leiiiaiiiing in the ibish. The 
sufferer has endured Ihe most extruciat- 
ing iigony constantly for two weeks 
Had the point passed the thickiies.s of a 
finger nail lurther. tbe brain would have 
been reached and tlie result might, h-ive 
prove'l fatal. The eyesight will not be 
impaired. 

Si;i>KKiOK Dk.ntistrv. — There is n't 
thing in dentistry eqiul to a comfortabb' 
chair an. I a gentle operator. It makes 
all the diffi'Tcnce imaginable. We nev.'r 
suffered less during teetli tilling (ban 
when in Dr. Brown's chair, f'entral block. 

If Somkhouy om.v Would. — tfint 
think what a crowd ol new comers there 
will be here next spring lo settle. But 
where are Ihey going to sleep, and eat, 
and live and have a home ? Real C8lai,e 
folks tell us, that houses to sell or rent 
"when the river opens, will be as scaroe 
as hens' teeth." If somebody who has 
money would put up a score of snug co'.- 
tages, au'l bavu them ail ready for occu- 
pancy in a lew months, be woul.l double 
bis investment in clear jirofil belorc the 
Ith of July. 

Moi<Ki.><oN Hai.i.. — llunior states thttt 
that big wooden building is about lo be 
started as a good comlortablo hotel, D'jw- 
ly fitteil up. 

Ci.osiNO Ot?T SAt.K. — K. L, Allen now 
offers to close out bis slock of winter goods 
at cost. Ladies and gentlemen, now is your 
lime. All wotil Empress Cloths $1.20 to 9^.'*), 
French Merinocs from W cents lo yi.2'i, En- 
glish Mcrlnoes .00 lo 00 ecnlfi. Plain and 
cheek Flannels, Clotts, Cassimcrcs, Over and 
Undorghlrls, all .it cost. ' Sheetings, Shirting'*, 
Denims and Stripes, always ou h;ind ut tbe 
lowest market price. Second door liolow the 
PostOmce. E.L.ALLEN. 



AMAnR BARCiAin.— A first cUps 
Syl'AKK I'lANU. worth $r,«, ni»<ln ty 
"Hlelnway & Sons," nlmo^t new, and hM 
bcRD hut litlln u"rtl, ThiH Instruraeiit 

fio.ssnHSCR In ■ raro d'grei. doplh, richa«r«, 
irilliancy and volume of soand. Its action is 
elaatio, .>afy nnd prompt. Us lono para and syni- 
p»thoti«, Price, ».'>00, 
(eh20 IW BELL BROTBEBS. 



TUK TKUKIBLE CALAHITV I^ 
MiKTl.N COrNTY. 



KIGH'i'H: MKeSION. 



SE.NAIi:. 

WOllNI.Ni; KKN-IIO.N. 

Fr.liiti Aiiv 'M, Itkifi. 

Mr. BUri'EltS pr.'seuted a reiuuu»trance of 
eiti/en>i ol Dakota ...,unty, agaiusl the remo- 
val ol Ibe county seal of taid ctuuty. ICe- 
Icrrcd. 

Mr. SH1L1/>CK inlrediiced S. F. No. Idl. 
to change Ihe miiiio of Ko.k county to that of 
Lm< oin. Kc'id three lime» and p.issed. 

Mr. I ETTIT introduetd S. F. No. ISJ, to 
rediico the special laws rellltin^» lo Minneap- 
oli into one act, and l» amend the Kame. 
Kea.l (hree iinirs and p.isse.l. 

Mr. ia'Tll';iiS jnlro.luced S. F. No. IbS.to 
annex a porti.ni .il ilio town of Kasola to Ot- 
tawa. Head ilireo liiiieNand passed 

Mr. MULLOCK inlr.xlii.od S. F. No. IHI, a 
.I'liut resoliiti.in relating to alight house un 
Lake .'-uperior. Head three liiiies and passed. 

On 111. .lion 1 1 Mr. I'lLXCHI-J;, the vote 
whereby a resolution was passed on Saturday 
rcipiesijiig the Commilieo on Federal Rela- 
tions III report all resoliili<)iis relating lo na- 
ti.inal Htlairi referred lo th in, was reconsid- 
ered, an.i llic rcsoluti.Jii was laid ou the table. 

Mr. THACHP;k olTereil a ruholution relat- 
ing to tbe per diem and milca.re of the Presi- 
dent of llie Sena'e, which was adopted. 

Mr. URt'WN introduced S. p. No. IS7, lor 
a state road Ir.im Fort Ridgely lo Chippewa 
City. Head three times and passe.l. 

Mr. RANDOLPH mtrodueed .S. F. No. Ih-i, 
umendin;: the act relating to Lal.e City. Read 
three limes aud passed. 

Mr. SHILLOCK introduced S. F. No. ISG, 
to regulate mining upou Ihe public lands 
wilbin the Stale. Read twice aud referred to 
the Committee ou Mines and Minerals. 

Mr. BROWN introduced 8. F. No. la's, au- 
thorising tbe Register ol Deeds lOr R'nville 
and Watonwan counties to iranscritjc all in- 
btruments and writings pertaining to real 
estate in their re? peclive counties. Read three 
times and passed. 

SENATE BlLLa lAbSEU. 

To chance the names of ccrtnin persons. 

To provide for the draining of swamp, bog, 
meadow, and other low lands, 

Providuig for service ot mesne process for 
foreign Wrporalions. 

Relating to corporations. 

For the relief af Captain Jonesjaad Lieuten- 
ant Daniels. 

Granting a ferry right to S. A. Hooper at 
Belle Plaine. 

Providing for a Slate r.iad from Beaver Bay 
to Vermilion Lake. 

Relating to Districts Courts. 

AFTKIINOON SK.SSI'.N". 

The f^enaie ccn-.encd at ilie desiguaied 
hour. 

Mr. COI E presented rcrtain pL'lilions fr.ira 
citizens of Dakota county, in reference to the 
proposed removal of their county feat. 

Mr. BAXTER introduced S. F. No. 190, to 
vucHtc certain blocks in Koepuei's addition 
toShakopee. Rea.l three limes and passed. 

Mr. MILLER infrodaeed S. F. No. 191, for 
a change of name. Rend three times and 
passed . 

The ."Senate concnrrc) in the llousc resolu- 
tion fora joint convention on Wednesday next 
lo elect a member of the Agricnltural Board. 

nilLS rA»9ED. 

To remove Chisago county scat from Chisa- 
go to Taylor's Falls. 

To locate a part of the Oakw;ii.>il Cemetery 
anil 10 authore/e the conveyance of tho Fame. 

To establish the county of Beltrami. 

.-Vuthorizing the Wineica Board of Educa- 
tion to issue bonds. 

To define the boundary line of Chippewa 
county, and to provide tor its organization. 

Authorizing the towns of Fillmore county 
to issue bonils to aid in the coastruction ot a 
railroad running into or through the county. 

To change the name of Neva.la township in 
Martin county, to Siver Lake. 

To define the lK>iindary lines of McPhail 
county, and to attach the same to Redwood 
county lor Judicial purposes. 

Reeommcndiac an act to organize a Board 
ol EducatiiiU in Owatoiina. 
"A Joint Resolution relating to pay of cer- 
tain f'riiiers and men in the late war.' 

Defining Congressional Districts. 

Deliniiig the Imundary lines of Pope coun- 
ty, and lo provide lor its erganiiation. 

Fixing till' rates of boomago to be charged 
by the ."-l. f'roix Loom Corporation. 

-'^uthori/.iu_' West St. Paul to raise money 
for road purposes by special lax. 

Orgaul/.inj»a Board of Education al Waba- 
shaw. 

.\pproprialiog a sum lo pay the expenses of 
Samuel Aiken and D. L. Buell, in the con- 
tested Seualorial election case. 

The Senate then went into Committee oftbe 
Whole, Mr. OTIS in the Chair. After some 
time spent therein the committee rose. The 
Senate adopted the report ol the committee 
except the apporlioDnient bill, which on mo- 
tion of Mr. SHILLOCK was acted upon sepa- 
rately. 

Mr. SHILLOCK moved to amend .so as to 
provide lor r/uce Uepre^entalives in tho I'.tth 
District, C^iblev. Nicllrt, Brown, Renville, 
Redwood, McPbail and Chippewa counties.) 
The ameudment was lost. 

Tbe bill as reported by the committee was 
adopted. 

1 he Senate atijourned natil 9 o'clock to- 
morrow moroiDg. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
February 2(3, 1866. 

Mr. .\RCHlfi.\LD introduced a memori.il 
to Congress asking a grant .>! lands to ai.l in 
eousiruction of the Hasiiogs, Minnesota and 
Red River Railroad, whica was read three 
times and passed. 

Mr. B.\RNES introduced a memorial to 
Congress to inak.! Duluth a port of entry, 
which was rcail three times and p.issed. 

61r. HONNER iutrodiiex'd a tali lo cliauge 
the name of tho ounty of Murray to that of 
Lincoln. 

Mr. 11 ARRINGTON offered a resolution for 
a Joint Committee of both Houses on Wed- 
nesday next at 1 1 o'clock for the election of a 
member of the .Vgrieultural Boaru. A.lopted. 

RESOLUTIOS.S. 

Mr. WATSON offered the following resolu- 
tions, which were ordered priuleJ : 
Reiolved by l/ic Boiue of liepreseiUatiiet, the 

Senate comirrriiig: 

Whekeas, The suppression of armed re- 
bellion and its consequeur, the atiolition of 
slavery, re.piires at the bauds of Congress 
appropriate legislation to secure the country 
a.guinst future rciieliion, and lo secure to the 
freedmenithe rights aud privileges consequent 
00 their new rotnluion. Therefore, 

Reiolrcd, 'I hat witliout expressin.c any 
opUii(>n In regard to dead or living States, we 
Would greatly deprecate tho admitsion to po- 
litic'.l power antl privileges of men who so 
recently were traitors in arms ngainst the 
governinont ; whose hands have been stained 
with the blood of our sons and brothers, and 
who at heart ere still virulently opposed to 
those great principles ot liberty, equality and 
justice on which o.ir government is founded. 

Rejo/red, 2rf, Thai while ihc South remains 
in il« present condition, it is the duty of tbe 
national govirnment to sec that the freedinen 
are protec ed, and ihit lo le.wo them to the 
icmler mere e- of tie,: men who perpetrated 
end sanctioned the i.niiiingined and unimag- 
iualilc horrors of the prison pens of Salisbury 
and Andersonville, wou'd deserve and would 
recLJvc Ihe condemna ion of all loyal men, 
y. l.i!e it woul.l make our government the op- 
probiiim of the civilized world. 

RtsoUvd, 3d, That we have the utmost con- 
fidence iu the patriotism, integrity and ability 
of the Cni.in members of the T'nited States 
Senate nnd House of Representatives; andlo 
them our thanks are due, and are heret\y ten- 
dered for the firm and unfaltering support 
they have given to those mea,=ures which are 
calculaled to secure to the country the perma- 
nent triumph of those principles won by our 
soldiers by tbe ordeal of battle, and by ibe 
consequences ariking from which onr country 
stands befo.e the world to-day a regenerated 
nati'in. 

SENATE FII.E.S PALI.En. 

To consolidiife the village of Chatficld for 
gch.iol purpo.ses. 

To amen. I section 13 of ehaplcr 10 of the 
eb.irler ot the eiiy of St. Paul. 

Relating to an institute lor the de.if, dumb 
ami libnd. 

For (he relocation, survey and location of 
a purl of Ihc slate road from M iunea pulls lo 
Shakopee. 

l|l»l'.'-|-. llll.I.S PAS.Sltll. 

On moii.inofMr MI ITU KLL, the bill rela- 
ting l.i niMrriage wa.s read three times and 
paxse.l. 

A bill lo appropriate money to cover diti- 
cicneies, passed. 

iM itimiici )> 

Mr. BUCK, of Blue Eirtb. introiluectl • bill 
t.i prevent Ihu carrying iiniiy or concealment 
of public arms, eiiuipmenls, aceoulrements 
and munitions ol war. Referred to Commit- 
tee on Military All'.or.'i. 

Tho House spont somelimu in t^mimitlec 
of the Whole, Mr. HATHAWAY in the 
ehnir. 

The bill providing for I'.i. niiial Sessions ol 
tho Legiislalure was rc|»>rtcd back with a re- 
commendation that it do not pusi. Some oth 
cr bills were recommended to pass when ihe 
commiitee rose. 

Mr. FELCH introduced a bill for an appro- 
priation for the eunlingent I'uud of cmigmlion 
for Ihoycar IRi'ii'.. 

Tho House then look a recess. 



Throo Youag Girls Frozen 
to Death. 



AK'IKKNOON SESSION. 

2i f. M. 
The House met at halt past two and resolv- 
ed itself into Committee of tho Whole, Mr. 
HATHAWAY in the chair. When the i-om- 
mitiec rose the followieg bills were put upon 
their final passage ; 

SENATK Fn.K.S lASKItli. 

A bill tor an act to extend tho lime for tbe 
completion ol tho Minnesota Ceulral Railway. 

To annex a portion of the township of Kaso- 
ta, in Lo Sueur county, t<i (hat of Ot(awa. 

T." empower Robert H. Jctlerson as admln- 
islrator ol tho estate of R. E. JclTerson to con- 
vey real estate. 

■rho House then took a recess until 7 r. m. 



'rbrllllnK l>«t>erl|>tiuis «r Their 
AiuflerlUH*. 

Heroism of a Little Boy. 



Tho Senate on Friday confirmed a 
large numbor ol military appoiatmenti, 



[We have already printed a brief account of 
the melancholy event narrated m ttc follow- 
ing communication, but nu are sur; leaders 
will be iuteresled in the additional piirlieiilars. 

— Ell. PUKSS } 

Chain Lake Ct.M 1I-. f 
Martin County, Feb. 17, !%<). S 
Kditorn St. Paul Press. 

Let me bring to your noti.e a distrtss- 
ing casualty that occurred in thin place 
last week. 

On Tuesday evening, the I3ih iaei,, 
Siven children — four boys and tfcree girls 

between the ages ot ten and s.tventeen 
years, belonging to the families of Messrs. 
Landaker and Prestler, attemled a sing- 
ing school, two niiles distant Itom their 
parents' residence. Tbe tcop.- of coun- 
try around is rolling prairie, (hudy set- 
tled. Before tbe school closed, the wind 
commenced to blow hard, an<l tilled the 
atmosphere with snow as fine as flour, 
that had fallen, five inches detp, a few 
days before. 

.Hearing the wind blow, the children 
soon btarted lor home, wilb their ox t-. am. 
After pioceeding half a mile, ttay were 
bewildered and lost their way. The wind 
now became violent and tbe cold intense. 
After wan.leriiig a portion of tbe night, 
the oxen flopped in a large snow drift. 
The cbil.ben now protected tbi'mselves 
as well as I hey could in the up> n wagon 
box on the sled. One of the girl 1 yielded 
to the intense cold and froze t3 death. 
Morning came; but it brought no relief 
to them, lor tbe wind blew as har.I as 
ever, and ihe air was so full of snow that 
an object could not be seen the distance of 
a rod. They passed the day in and around 
tbe sled box. .lust before night the wind 
partially subsided, fo that a building, 1 
believe, could be seen from their position ; 
while another I ouse was not more than 
one hundred rods distant. But the boys 
were probably asleep, and did not take 
an observation. The second mght — the 
colilest night oftbe seasoD, thirtj' degrees 
below zero — overtook them. Two girhi 
froze to death that night. Early Thurs- 
day morning the boys awoke aloiost help- 
less. The one ne.xt to the oldert and the 
youngest, ten years ol age, undertook to 
start tbe team. Tbe oldest bo; begged 
of them not lo halloo, as it would be ol 
no u^e, lor they must all peri.b there. 
" No," says one ol tbe boys, " wt shall yet 
bo rescued,'' and he crawled to tbe front 
of the oxen, and with his bands frozen 
still, wiped off tbe ice Irom theii eyes, so 
that they could see, and kicked t heir legs 
till they bled, and then by desperate hal- 
looing, the oaen put forth their strength 
. and moved the sled from tbb drill. Go- 
ing half a mile, tbey came upon 
a swell on the prairie. The laihcr saw 
them halting a mile off. At onte he flew 
to their relief. The sled was brought to 
the door of the parents, containing ihe 
frozen bodies of the girls, one cf the lit 
tie boys, insensible, and the oth'Ts badly 
frozen. Tbe limbs of the two older boys 
were frozen appareotly solid iicarly to 
the knees, while the bands an.i arms of 
one ol them were more badl;- frozen. 
The limbs of one of the little boys were 
frozen even above the knees. The other 
little boy is not frozen much, (bough he 
was more thinly clothed than the otherf. 
Ho bad no mit'ens lor his handii, thou.<>b 
be wore a blouse, the sleeves of which 
came over bis hands. 

I have visited thc-o suffering families. 
It was a sad sight to see those three girls, 
laid on one bed, in the same coiiditiou as 
they were when taken Irom the sled. I 
saw the limbs of the surviving, nearly as 
black as a stove pipe. The 8ufiering« of 
the older boys are terrible when tbe doe- 
tor dresses tbeir limbs. The coungest 
IS (]uite cheerful, and even heroic, assist- 
ing bis mother to prick the blisters on 
his limbs. He persists in the belief that 
he could have driven his steers borne the 
first night, if the older boys ha J let him 
have had his own way. 

Tbe doctor is sanguine that he can save 
all Ihe limbs except a hand ol oae of tbe 
older boys Jt is my opinion that after 
a few days the flesh ol the tro/.en parts 
will slough off, and amputation will need 
to be resorted to extensively, il poscible 
*o save life. The doctor, however, says 
all the limbs are doing as well as could 
be expected. 

You may think the rehearsal ot this 
casualty is an exaggeration, aud say, "it 
is impossible for a human being to be out 
in BU''h extreme cold weather so long and 
not perish." I must conies* if ( should 
read such an account in ,^ cur paper. I 
could hardly lielieve it. I e,in now hard- 
ly credit th-. reality of it, though my ther- 
mometer OD Thursday morning measured 
'26 degrees below zero, while bi an o' her 
it was 30 degrees, and I have >e. n my 
sell tbe surviving and tlK-ir tro7.' n limb:.. 

That any of them survived such a tor- 
nado of wtn.l and snow lor so long a 
time, iu the cold.'.n weatb. r that has 
been this winter, is marvellous, not 00 ly 
to me, but also to Ihe crowd 1 1 peop'e 
that throng the abode of the sutfcreri;. 
Yours truly, 

J. C. STRONG, 
Minister Congregational Church. Ctiain Lake 
Centre. 



I 



l^Altni FOR SALS 0« HKST. 



A Pr«lri.> Farm of ItiOacr.'!., in Itlooraington, 
il.'nnepiii cuuniy, with Kaiio lluu>.- ami Itm 
arret, under cu'tl\aiioii, known ■> the "Knox 
harm." For further pirticulara |ni|iiin> of J, 
l> >>rKUNG,at U. s. Mamharii oOo-, <^t. Tanl. 

February l;Jtb, IbOO. 

fcbil-dawtf 



poi 



HALB. 



TWO DI'^SIKABLI', HOtLsES A'ND TWO 
LOTS tor nalr, on Sixth street, in I.,o<Ter lowu. 
In-iulre of STKIN h BKo.. 

on Wabafhaw street, betwven I'h snd .'.th. 

febis If 

OrFICBOrTIIK* C. 1*..) 

KORTSltK.I.EIS.l, Jli.ia., J 

February Jim, (NW. > 

There will be ofTerwd for «al» at PfBLIC 

AlTCnON at thIt Von on Thnrrda):, thewb 

day of March, 18fi0, at 2 o'clock r. w. the follow 

Ing condemned tjubilslcnco Sloron, «< wl( : 

TUlHTErN BARRRL8 0K ri/)Lm. 

Terms ; i aah in U. S. fundi". 

C. W.K^SII, 

Captain A. Q. M. and A. C. S. 

Jeb:j.:td 



A T no. MS THIMV • 

you mty buy a Urge rlsn 

Ntcvrart C'oolc Hto"vo, 

At a Krott tiarjialD. It U all cDmpleie, with 
Copper Boiler, Eetcrvolr, &c , ac, belonging to 
flsmlly leaving St. Paul. febU 

PRBss rMiicvaar*! co-hpahw 
BookandJob Priutors, Bookblodeis, •Piper 
Kaleri, and Blaak Book Haiinfaotuttt ■ 



Cutter, Secombe, Averill i Co., 

UAVIHQ THEIBNEW AHD tJtrKNBlVt 

PAPER MILLS 

IN 6UCCES6KUL OPEKATIOV A I 

ST. AJSTaOJS^, M^ITSIS,^ 

arc D(,w {jrepaied to eupply tbe wauU of Prlatete and ll«tchai;:t« af 4bU btate with all Unit o! J 

WHAPPFNG, PRINT AND BOOK PAPER 

ut the I^ov^-eot I'oMMit>lt3 U,ti,teM 

Thia eaCkbMabmvDi, bdng tbe largeet of the kind in tbe Kortbwett, tbe l'r'j(rl<.-tor« B<k lor a 
coutlnuau:« cl (atr.jnage from their former coetoiaeri, aaJ b'-pe b> th>-lriBtiem»ed oipieJly for 
butinees Iu add lugely to their preheat lUt. In ajdiiion lo tt^ir <.iwB tnaoufactured gtodi. lb'-/ 
111 continu.- I'j <l.f»l lar/rel/ in all kinds of 

WRITING, ENVELOPE AND FLAT PAPERS, 

'lo;.;'tii' ,- with fjLli olb«r articlfci ai ■ ay t« f.^Btc! in a Mfcif CI.A'::i PAPKI: -70Hi.. 

Printers' Ink and IXTritiDg Fluids, 

Wi!l be fc. pi t.jii«lanliy ua hand. liuying their stock of bUUocer-. , &c.. dir.-et I-ctu tlic Jiat-a- 
f^tur.;ri, i agt euablvs ttauiB to sell to Merchants and utbers at pricus ttiat will iBvit«aiteBtiOB. 
rh- ir htnri', 

la large au'l LOOiiii'j'Ji-j'i'. where they will promptly rt^etucd t^ all *bo uky ia/CT them rnitb 
orders. CA8IJ PAID lUK ALL KlNDb OF PAPCK KTOCK, OLD KEWSPAPEUi, <.i^D 
ItOPK, GUNNIES, »c. 

St. Paul, February 16, lw,e. f^fclT-lB 



SALU OF lONUKMNKU 

liOV[l)IIMEIIT STORES. 



Orri.;K«FIHK AMI'TQe«KTKe>fA8Ti:B,> 
Four S.NKI.I, ISO, HlSXKSOTA, I 

February zlet, ln>j«. < 

1 li.-r.' will b~ offered (or aaleat PL'BUJ AUC- 
'IIO.V, al iliM .iflioH on Ibarrday.lbe ISth day 
of Mareli, Is...;, at 10 o'clock A. M. of pa'ddsy, 
and C'.iitiDue from diy to day natil all le sokl, 
(Ue fuiluwing dercritwd cundcmnvd (Juveia- 
ment Property, t.i-wit . 

(II; Klevcn Iiikglaod'. 

('i;|.|fn'en Hox .Stoves. 

ri'..") Tw'lie Cook Stoves. 
'■ I lir.»" Toot Stoves. 

{•^'j Sixty W.ig.',n Covers. 

(-•) Two Curb Bridl.-!!. 

|4..) F«rty fix UattiGT Halterd. 

^l^^> Iwelve llaro'--.' UaiurK. 

(^) Kight hinitle .*' Tk Ambulauce Haraers. 

(4j; Fort^four .-inirle nets H u-*l UarB«<i. 

(.•/I .'sixtv-fA'o single xeta Le-id Hameai. 

(.,,> Fiv.' Lead l,iiii--i. 

(I) four Kbtinc !saddl"s. 
(.'•1 Hve Army WngODf. 
(1 1 One Anvil, l«r^". 

M) On" Ad- il, «mill. 

1 1 1 On.' f.'t niackHaiithV To'>N, incoBpfete. 
' I ) One Poriab > Forge. 
(!') Forty Hor.-e bhoe Uahps. 
(1 1 One Viw. 

( ; lhr.ip >I..iik'v Wrencbee, 
17 > .-even Bs!h arid Cbaiue. 
(:;i IhrepUrind Stuneo. 
t'i Onp Hand Cora Mill. 
(li'74.'.j^ One thbu-and and sevraty-f >t. r and 
on-» f.jurth i«a&d< Kope. 
( J.s.i f wenty-ei«ht Kop» Balterd. 
( 1 1 One Cart. 
<1. One BeUowii. 
(.">) Hve Ku(tr<>(i«rc. 
( !») 1 birteen Sbo«ing Knives. 
(••.: Nine Pair* Tongs, a-sorted. 
i4; Four .S!io.-irg H«mn>.'r«. 

(II) Kleven King Bulls. 
(1-1 Twelve T.oi'auf- Boll-.. 

Csi Htivruty-eight Fcnigf? Caps. 
( 15 1 Fifre«'n Unif.jrm Coats. 
( tsi Kighieen tiahbeii. 
(.".I •• ive Llniform Jack«>t.>, V. K. C. 
.4; Kour Cnifurm .lackei". cavalry. 
( J3 1 Twenty-one Trowefpr", pairi. ravalry. 
\'-i; I hrre Trowf cr?. pain* inlantry. 
(il Vi\e Flinn.l fcacfc Coat*. 
iJ^TIiree Talri* Drawer*. 
ir,' Sev.-nie. u pair* Boon. 
(Ill Kony live pair? Bootee;. 
1^) Kigbt pairs Stockings. 
' -; Th o great eoatr, cavalry. 

(4) Four Water Proof Poudtes. 

(5) Five Water Froof Blankets. 

(-:;.■>) Two hundred and twcnty-Sve great Coat 
Straps. 

(ro; Scyoitv Woolen Blaokets. 

(»; Nine I'air, BulT. Overeboet. 

i.i> Two grreat Coatfi, infantry. 

i-S-j) Two hundred anl flft»-five Bed Sack». 
bIokIh. 

l-''|^;' Two hundr,>d and eight Bed Savk<, double, 
(«■> Thlrtv-live Spade?. 

(.;•;:♦> Two huu tr^d and twenty-four Knapsacks. 
(;t44' Three hund.ed and fo.-tj-Iour Haver- 

sack*. 

.411) Fuur hundred and forty-one Canteens and 
fctJ-ap'^. 

(114 I One hundred snd fourteen Aaee. 

(lUiCne BandredandthrirteenAxe Haodlcii. 

' ''•';! Une hondrrfd and ninety-feven Camp 
Jt.'ttles. 

i-'iT) Two hundred and nfty-eeven Mess ran«. 

(lOiThlriv Hatchets, 

( *!) Thirty Hatchets, handles. 

(17 1 Sevente-n Wall Tentn. 

CH Fourteen Wa 1 Tent Fbes. 

Ci. 1 Tweotj-eeven Wall Tent Poles and Pins, 
sets. 

'-•1; Twenty-three Common Tents. 

1 1'' J Eighteen Ccmmon Teat Foiei and rini, 

66 r^. 

(■.'4?l) Twenty-four hundred and ninetv-one 
ohelter Tents. 
il:<) Tliirteen rtck Axe«. 
■.V Four Pick Axe UandlcE. 
(4) Konr bibley Tcntf. 
4) Four blbley Tent TriWKl^. * 

1 4^ Four Sibley Ter.t Poles. 
(Done Bell Tent. 
! II One Bell Tent Po'.e. 
icrms ; Cash in C S. currency. 

C. W. NASH, 
feb2.'td Oapt. anJA. Q.k. 

PRINCE'S 

AUTOMATIC ORGANS 



ESTEY'S 
COTTAGE ORGANS 

For Churche:!. Schools and Pariorr. 

Warranted the Bent in Use. 

At 91.UN0£:RBR0S., 
1012 Xliird Street. 

febl? 



GO TO 

ROOT & C ADY'S 

For Sheet Music. 

ForCiioirBoo^s. 
For Piano Fortes. 
For Cabinet Organs. 
For the Best Violins 
For Guitarg. 

and for ail other kiaOa cf 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

InrJadlBg that mott popviar of iii'tnunBat!. tbe 

WHEELER Sl WILSON 
Seizing Machine I 

JaBl6-d,twkw 

LOOK ! LOOK ! 

DRY GOODS AT COST! 



Best PrinU 25 cts. 
Delaines 30 cts. 
Figured Alpacc as 35 cts. 
French Poplins 35 cts, 
Alpaccas 40 cts. 
Merinos $1.10. 
\ A. W. Reps $1.35. 
Good Black SilK^s $1.50. 

And a fine a<«oruaeat of 

Fancy Dress Goods, 

at very low pricet. 

o lo^k: s 

Withoal regaril to coat. Alio 

Cassimeres, Table Linen, 

HOSIi; Y, GLOVES, 
Faney Gov 1is,&c.,&c 

MILLER BROS, ik MALKER, 

(CATHOLIC BLOCK.) 

101> Xblrd-st., tffPattl. 

feM 



A 1 K E IV » S 

rilHILY KKITTINdi MACHINE. 
Pi-ice ^OS.OO, 

Incladiiizi B<>ok of In->tra'Mlon, Tarenty Fxira 

Needlec, «iil Can, Screw l»rlvpr, Wicbcb, 

Working Uook and 

Heel lor Windinji: Yarn. 



Thiii Machine can b« enooeMlulIy operated by 
any one capable of taming a crank or changing 
thebjblins. iri-k'Ut <j'ttinij out of rrpnir. No 
wire spring" nhout it. The motijnn are all po^l 
live. Th.' ^impllcily, accuracy and speed ol th* 
Machine in UoiDg Itf work, in trutv ai.toni5bln(. 
It knit» slie material of a pair of stocilngt la 
Tk^ niit ui..«. lo a day a woman can make and 
fitilnh complete lor market one .loxeo pilra. Tbe 
^tilcli il mAkc is precisely the rame at that 
made '«iih Knitting Nei'dles, except— that the 
Machine ninko- It llrm.T, mort< dnrablr an'l even. 

It kiiliK any d.i.« red »iie. wi'h any kind of 
Yarn, ri her oarwor Bne Woolea or Cotton, or 
with Lin-ii. Cotton or bilk Thread. 

Fvr .■•^le by 

General Agent, 860 Third street, 
sr. PAUL., MINN. 

f.'b.'H-im 



An e.xcc!l<>n( asrorlment of BVtLDINO and 
FKNCINC. LCMbF.K, al«o I'KY «>AK acd 
BASSWc>OD, o* lo>r,is thftntettt and at good 
m tlu bftt, at the old establUhed "Bridge «tre«l 
LuuitxT Vaid," Mlnneapoll'.MiaB 

febir.-lm HAKSISAPVTNAII. 



CAW SIIUL 



■AK*. 



STATB or .mXXEtkOTA-msrKICI 
COCKl— SbCOXD JCmClAl. i>lJ>ji:lCT 
-COCXTY OF RAMSEY. 

Summon.. ' ?"»• Kf v tUm?, J 

I .VI ct».. cancelleu. \ 

Ftndlay McCormlck and Elixabet'i UcCcrmick, 
rt. I«ra?l G. La«b. 

State of Ittntutoto to the o.'> r«- unmrd dt 
ftdant 

Tou are htrebv ^ummonei and re.jnirrd to 
answer the c»im|l»int ot the plaintitTr in the 
above entitled action, which btj letn bled wirb 
the Clerk of thi; court, at his olBce in Saiat 
Paul, ia the county aforecaM. and to »crv« a 
copy of your answer to the •■a'd cBpIaim cpsn 
tbe Bubscriben. at their cfflco in the city of r aint 
Paul, in the State aforesaid, within taicty dayi. 
aflvr the service of this mmmons on v<'u, ex 
clnsive of the dav of service. vl'A if jou fa.1 \t> 
answer the said conp'atnt within (he lime 
afotv>ai<l, ili< sail (lain'iJf -Ml spph to the 
Court f;>r the relief d.-miad. d lo -aid ci.niplaint. 
."MITII A OILMAN, 
Plainiifft' Altoney. M. .' iM\. lUiiB. 

tuen-f. t'."-' 7t 



^TaTK or «ISXElii*'rA-mv'RTT 
O OF KAM.-->— I'lftlKKT CX't'KT— a(D 
JCDICIAL DLSTKICT. 
Ueorg.'t.'. bmitliandCharl".- M ^Mniih.parlRerr. 
under (he Arm name oi Uo.j. «;. ^uiiih a. Bro.. 
i^ainst Fli-ha William (.;ro>veu.>r and ii. erge 
U. Rozoi. late partners. uuder (he firm tamo ot 
Qrosvenor A Co. 

I U. >«. RfveniM. Stamp > 
\ 5(. cents, cacc Ued. ( 
TV .t/o.'t cf MiHv<to4a to ike d^irvttiints ittore 

•wrmt-.f 

Yon and each ofyoa areherebr rammooodand 
reqniriHl to an'wer the cimplaint In ibis action 
which has been hi d in ihe efbce ef the 4"l"tkri 
said C-oart at Saint Paul in said county ot Ram- 
sey and State of H.nne>ota. and to serve a cr.py 
ef your an^wrr to the saidoompUint rn th- suh- 
•oribers at ih.'.r offic in said Saint Paul nitbin 
twenty d^ys .■<•. t th'- fervic-' of thi; i-umn.uns on 
jrou.ex.laslve ol thi-da' ef r'ucn serviiv : ar.d It 
yonfailto a<»wer Ihe raid coinplsiul within the 
time alore$aid. the ptainiifls in ihi^ a.-iion will 
take joJ^ment attain. t you for the snm oi 
twen;y-«i\e th< u<«Dd dellar.. « iib iutcrt-st there- 
on from the .'.M dav rt Aucn.t, A. |<. itH (;•• 
sid'>s 'liecuft.. of thi« action. 

Dated l>eeeietM>r -JOtb, *. r. '-^s. 

l<ItiF.I.()VV a CI.AKK. 
AttorneyK f,.r r^lillti■i^, Be^idinc at haint I'atil, 

Minneeota. t.te. i:in*Ct' 



At one of the iN'.t points for t "■!•' tit of tMm 
her on the Mis>issippl Kiver. Alao one set of 
Hachinerv, tor Moley Saw Mills, cntir«'ly n< w. 
One set o( Machinery for .Sash Saw MIU. n.>arl]r 
new. For luirticulars Inquire of 

c. uiui>uiiA»,st.ao*d,Mu«. 

1»\t2Z-tt 



H 



OVSB ASn LOT FOB SAliB. 



A lioii-e'. .iD.t I. It adjoining my residence <m 
uiiimil .Vvenue, above St. Peter Blr«ot, for «•!«, 
llouKe il couvruienl and lurroaBdUiga pleataat. 
Kn-pilre of C. PROAL, 

r.'lirtf Cor. Third And Kobett-tta. 



U TATE OF MliriiBaeTA. coriTV 

O OF RAMSKY, PUOBATB CODKT, 
8|K'olal Term— Febraay .1, IfW. 

In the matter of tboeaUteof John Kothmier, 
docasi'd. 

(>nr»'adinR and flilug the i>etitlon of l.«jisa 
Kothmier, of M. Paul, MintteM>ta. widow of 
aai.l deceased, praying, for reasons therein set 
tortli.iliatadminiFiration of said eetateaaybe 
granted to her : 

It is ordered that Wednecd^y, the ;.'j<th dav oi 
February, l.-W, .it ten o'clock la tbe forenoon at 
tlie offiiyf of llio .Indge of Probate in the olty of 
St. Paul, be arsigned lor the hearing of said pe- 
tition, aud that the heirs at law of aadd deoea«ed, 
•ndall other p.^raona interested In said estate, 
we ricjuired to appear at a session of the Pro- 
bite t.'onrt, (hen aud (here lo tie holden, to sbow 
oauM', it any there be, why the prayer of ttad 
pr^tltion t'hnuld not he granted. 

K. F.CBOWELL, 
Judge ef Proiiau, 
tac«f«b6-(w < 



MA«A««aK!»,MBW8rArBM«.*« 
Bound in any slyl« deaircd at the I're<( 
Bindery .TfApply at.tbe CohbUs* Boob. 



STATB OF l«l.«XES»OT«-(0«^ ■. 
TY OFRAMSh.Y-ln I'Rv BAIK 4N»LK' 
In the mtttcr of the estav of l.vnmi t>a«toa 
late of Itams.'y counl>, MiBnefota. utc^a»e>i. ' 
Ti> a// irAom it tnotj c'Hc.rH .- 
Notice i» hereby fUca that «e.the subeciiNrr 
were on the l2ih dav o( Kehniarx , \ p.lMe' 
duly appoint.-.l and comic<ssiuned ty (he Ilia' 
K.K. CroTell, Judce of th-* I'robkt'e Court of 
B»ldcoumj.o.>mn.is.ivnid to recci\r, examine 
and aitj.jst all cUiins au.l demands of a 1 in-r-ons 
agalusi the said d. cwi.-eit (bat ,i\ montlis ftcm 
and after aid day oi appjinment h4\elr.nal 
.ow.Ml and llmitod for .•r.-.lltors t'» jr. .•■• iit their 
claims to u< for exarainati-m and allowance <r 
rejection; and that we will oa every Wednes- 
day of .'a.-h and every w.-ek lor lh» next six 
months, trom tro hours ol 10 o'c ock a. m. lo 2 
r. M., at the r(ri<v of Uirarl Hewitt tn Cone, rt 
Mull Block. Thir.1 street, .''it. Paul. Minnesota, 
attend lo the discharge of our dalles cs said 
Commissioners. 

tilRART HKWIIT. 
ALBS.KT F.I><;FRTH»' 
JAMKSCilLFILLAK, ' 
_ „ .... t'ommlssloners. 

81. Paul, FeUmary 12th, IsW •. 
tues-feblS.&w 




Undertaker, 

Third str«»«it. Saint Paxil, Ml iin 
80LB AUBNT FOR 

nsn nmi uialuc im vl cisc 4 caskhs 

Clotb Caskets aad Wooden Coffins ol tbe iat. • 
•tyle constantly on band. Hearses and Carriages 
aad everything aeoeasarT (bra Funeral fur-jished 
0« the shortetl aoUoe. 

Srsidenee on CUttda itr« t„ above Tenth 
ncvl!'-lj-*tbi 



Ilfor 



■SAX aisAJIKS •VAJUb 
w:c St the Daily Ptmi oOee.! 





-JkrJtm 



\y 



»lw ^f ma JaUs frtw. 

:>AlNr PAVL. FEBRUARY J7.T866. 
TO ADVJ£BTISSB8. .. 

j(.\€r iit HtHlir^^ t,s, .j , I t-.trt/^re yrtiei.:s in 

TIIK. LAUtitsr (IIUILATION. 

Award ot LviUr U>1 iot ISOfe 



THE 8AINT PAUL DAILYTRESS. 



§««ltl 



H. raOKTMMf.CAUi. 



VOLUME A 1. 



'KFiriAL 



I. 



• J-r Tai i. Minn., ( 

tchrii.iry 17. 1*66. s 
I'uMtshf:* •( ili>' ■■^ Tjul Pi'ly I'res* 

0> . -: - ■. In ii'iupliance with the ie^;ii- 
latii'n> i'( i: c I o-t T'tUce Depdituirni, idiuir- 
iDt: lUc ! u!>'.^iiu>.ni ot ibe lisu of nnca]lc<i-far 
letter* ".iv^patHT having the largi>t 

"a>i'ra» ■.;ii.irv, and t\yna 'ile" iir- 

culatioti. «.i::;u tlie po^t otlice delivery, iho 
Bubiioiliou ot tbe said lists, for this olBce, is 
hereby awaiicd to iho St T.m i DAtiv Prf<is 
'or tbe .'jirLnt vcu. 

- ..if II ley. 

J. H. STEWART, 

rojcmaster. 



the Soutbcrn States iu Cou^rcsa, what, 
ill ihe worJs of th« Dudley ItdJ ad. 
JreM, tlwy are all agrtied u(>on. w that 
thf •Freeduirii must Lave tin- tivil lights 
ut any othtT I Uhs. thct rights of liccdoiu 
aiul property, to auo and to ttiatifj , m 
nhott, »>|i"alil> hilorf tbd Uw ," and 
tlidl these ri{;hl» iimsl be jdaccd uudiT 
irrevoiabltt guarantti*. 

It is ui>(|iie8tioiiaMy lilt' |i;ei!crtil tii'iiii 
uictit o( th' KiimMii.in |Mlly lliat tin- 
perpoluat rselukioii ol iho n«^ru ra- o Iroiii 



ii^W^^iv — SAI^TT PAUL. W EDJS'KSOAY, FE1-3KLJ-A.HY 2B. 18«6 

Wadsworlh Itit iter^'lii tbe lOlh, no 



lht> eUitive (rjiiKhi»e id iiiionsistoiil willi lowing day. 



mail bad reached (beru from this dirtx:- 
tiuu, aud heuce they had not been ad- 
vised of the jTobafcltt fate of the uiisaing 

lUCU. 

'I'Li' luiil tariur attcni|ft«)d Iu leave 
Twin LaktM uu Sunday la»t, but alter 
having guiiv a short diKtanco, wan loui- 
pcllt'd lu riliirn, a« a driving slorin oanic 
upciibmi. Ill' sturli'd uc,.iin uii 'I'litsday, 
and as the weaibfr wuh fair, bo undoubt- 
tdly roai'lied ihero thai night or the lol- 



— lik'lJ c[ .;i< .1 :aid i.lused at 
—A ■ ■. V 
miht! V. 



bill is to be rf ported 

.'. v> '.lot ini ie;i.-e the rvc- 



u'ar aiL 
-XL. 
ap? die . 
e»taliii~ 

— I.: 
Jersey : 
eharte: ; 
R-iilroa 

-J. 
or litti 
for levy ; 

»•!'■ "J.. 

A- .. 

ct rre> 
Suti'Dt-r. 
C\>m;' 
rcV'orte ;. 
Mr. Uo.ve 
Fort 11 
Jiitonii^ 
railrodU 
iouojuv 
Mr. fu:. 
forth tl:.; 



I' Toidtious that tbe Feci- 

-11 . liriu>h l"''ur\t'ia and 
Mixatter*. 

■ ■■ being made ID Ntw 
■' . I.^'glslaiure to jtrant a 
•iistruvtion of a Kiiet 
■ ' Ilk 3tid New York 

rf\t nut' iii,-fr ri- 

Uvl at New York 

iij'on fCNeral Broad 

iii> • twjz m Boston, rtso- 

■-r.iiueiri; the ailiou 
- ;i m attatkiui: t'Uaik'- 



l' 



K-i w — Mr. WiUcn 
.. »:!hoat aniendmetit. 
iuJro.iut\d,i bill to Sell lilts ou the 
-crv.'lio'i; alsi" a bill for ad- 
I'.iJs to Touiah and St. Croix 
lericienties. Mr. Poland 
'II? to the pension act. 
'a.ci a preamble scttiag 
.- iciir had cot resDonded to 
a call 01 liiii ^ei»i:e tor iaformatioa respeciinj: 
ijc ap!' uiiuik'nis ^i rrovisional Governors, 
thv.. :•!;< .^i-., ^.c, cli'Sing witU a 

ris — ;. - • :^':ii:i !i r :-''ormation. Mr. 
Morgiit , .1 .. ; ■ exempt from ta.\- 

ation aniK s'riii'.te'l to (.'Mliepo-i. A resolution 
of thank-- t i ■!; -.T'' uaJ solUersui the I'ni- 
icd Suit-. -I ! A resolution for in- 

vesti;:a:i triiils in tlij eofon bu- 

reau wa^ r.krrti t j . Lnuinittoe on military 
affairs, i!:. . n-arreut resolution against 
IheaJlLi-- ;; : >'JU!heni Senators and Hep- 
K--- • ■ '-u u;, :iaJ Mr. Dixon, of 

'^oi, . !i:n.ii.' 11 -pcech dcdniug 

and Ueiemiiog the polier of the Prt-'sident. 



The de^AUi «a 
bull, fen . 
butavsi- 

lathe L 

•iU'.e'l a ; 
the oopr-.: !.v ' 
to elian. 
O'Xejl in 



'ntinuL-J l>y Me?-(s. Trum- 
'■.iry. Iluikalcw and others, 
; ' ; ?itiou was not taken. 
>' ''• ;i»on. ot Pa., intro- 
. ■:.■ number ot Judges of 
' ot tU»! United States, aud 
. judicial districts. Mr. 
-'. b.U m rti;ird to fees and 
'costs o^ ckrk-. m.uihals atid attorneys in the 
courts of tha United States. Debate then 
tcok pU t on the constitutional amendment. 



ATOT 



I 
I 



THE issrc. 

Th-. I ' I ; • IP. J his apologisL" ni'nt 
he ba: • i !• itn.-c, T?hen in j'ls- 

tifica'jon t t Lij i. ' ru dtclaration of war 
against tU Union party, they are reduced 
to the nt- ..-sify ol pretending that the 
Rejubli\;an majority of Congress have 
made " uEJversal fuffrage" a condition of 
tbe restoration of ihe rebel States, or in 
othor words that they have insis.ed that 
*.be ballot be given indiscriminately to 
tbe entire mass ol just eniincipated 
blacks — Lr'.;rii,^,|j and degraded as they 
are by ..en?. in 3 of slavery— beforejtbe re 
pres'-ntanv - of ihc rtjjoDstructed Stales 
shall h" i !: :••..! to Congiea.'. 

This iiir-:._. groundless aasumpiion not 
only form-! a pioini'itn! feature of the 
fr«'^^';ent .ad vapid Presidential denunci- 
ations t;f tji.^ L'niou mem't'ers of Congress 
with which the country has been recently 
enteramed but is carefully placed in the 
forcgrotin 1 ol the numerous apologies 
which 'h'!.- uajbreiks ol Presidential 
eccentrici'v c »iail upon his "conserva- 
tive" frirds Thus S :nator Sherman, 
in tbe spo- h ol which we yesterday pub- 
lished a tuitgrapbi'; synopsis, in a labored 
•pology for Mr. Johnson's antics of the 
22d, says: 

Will jcu ]<y your demand of nnivtrsal suf 
frage dcstri.y the power ol the Union party 
to pr'jiect them the Frtedmen] in their dear- 
ly pun.ijased Ufjcrty 

Will you h/ new !->sti..s upon «hiih yoti 
know >r,u hire not the views of the people, 
jeopardize thow rigUts which you can by the 
aid of the I nion party, >cc'iretoihese Freed 
men. We know that the President cannot 
will not, and n-ivcr will agree to nnite with us 
upon isiuf.- f.if unwersal Bulfrage and dead 
States. 

And tt(jiif> thf apolog.tK, address to 

thepTOjl' ■< N.w York, presented by 

Dudley Fit 11 m th-j apologetic meeting 

in New Y(;'.k. 'nys 

We all ■ I 111 y muht have the tivil 

ngnwof. „i -i^s ot citizens— the ri;;hts 

ol freedom and pr'.petty, to sue and testify- 
in shorr, ciunliTy before th« law. Whether 
Ihey shall h.ive -.he sulfragc is the dividing 
queston 

• • » • » 

We =lft»ll w..- . . me our etnancij ii' d brother 
to the righi.-> ol manhood. !iut wh n wo are 
asked to give all men of his race, » •l» very 
moment of their emancipation, lu^ i;>:htt<i 
paiticipaio in the Oovemment. we 'iiust 
answer m ili« words of one of their nu ..tier, 
more intelligent than many othem, v»ii.-or 
black . " let the ut.le liodied only ).eat a'lus; 
the able minded only shoald vote." 

Now tb«- whole foundation for tL.g au- 
dacious ji.-' '►-! -H- that * he Republican ma- 
jority in ' '.'< r. ■>! have adopted Univer- 
sal Sulfra^i ai a party policy or a teat of 
party f. al'y . on-ists in the fact that two 
or thrtj-i iji'jiuberij of that party have 
made apttcbea m favor of it just as other 
Republicai s lave made speeches in favor 
of Univer'-al P:du';a'ion or Universsl 
Peace and I. jod Will o- other da) -drtama 
of tbe miiicriium 

The Kf publir an party in Congress or 
out ol it bive n.;v. r planted themsfdves 
upon th-: j.rin' ipl«. of universal suffrage, 
•nd they b»vu never adopted or sioc- 
tioui-.i tbe polity of an indiscriminate and 
iinm':diat<: extension of tbu ballot to tbe 
igoorai:' an.l flebased masses of the South- 
era bl*<,k». Tb« records of Congress 
show nu voli upon any such proposition. 
And neitb t m any law or tesclution 
passed by that body, nor in any other 
way, has the Union majority given any 
direct or indire<jt expression or indication 
of a disposition to accept this magnificent 
ideal of political philosophy in its ulti- 
mate realizations as the practical policy 
of tho hour. When the President, there- 
fore, alleges a Republican demand for 
universal suffrage as the cause of bis hos. 
tility, be invents the pretext for his quar- 
rel with the Union party. 

What the Union ptrty of Coneresa asd 
of the nation do demand as the indispen- 
sable condition of ths representation of 



the permanent seeuiity ol ihiir civil in;bts 
and that there can l>.' no aileiiuato pro- 
teutioo for tJe cuiaiicipatcd race until their 
color ceaies to Do the b.ulg" of a subject 
ciste, and until, umhr wlntever restrie- 
t ons are necci<sary to the general weal, 
th'fy are admitted to a pariicipaiion, 
throi'fjh tbe ballot box, in the governuiciit 
which is dclt'nded by their arms and sus- 
tatni'd by th'.ir i ontributiotij. Hut even 
this policy has as yet lound no au'.horiia- 
tive cxpres^«J^l in the action of Copjjri;?.-. 
The I'resident has not wailed lor that 
lie his rustled ir.t ) a ijuarrd with the 
Union p-arty ii|Jou this naked is.-u" ; that 
Con};recs shill piescribe no ciiditiont. 
whatever for tbe security ol the civil rij»bts 
ot the frtfdmtii :\^ the condition of the 
r prvscii'ation of tbe rebel itatia in C'on 
grc.i» , nay, niurc ; fh*t, peuding tbo les- 
tora'ioii of th« n *'el Slates. ('onf;r','.«s 
shall make fio laws wbatcv-.T for the pro- 
le, tion of tho frceilmtn There is the 
plain aii'l naked issue prtstutcd bv tbo 
rrtsident in his veto missage, divested 
of all c.Mraucousand irrelevant i|uc'siious. 
There was no i[ueslion ol ;itiirtaj;e involv- 
ed in tbo Freedinau's Bureau Hill, an 1 
those men arc simply triing to delude the 
pu'dic who pretend that the Prtaldenl's 
veto wai directed only against tbe ma- 
chinery and details ol tlu; bill. 

His Veto went not only r.) lli.- (i|)eei('ie 
measure before him but toite whole prin- 
ciple of CcDgres'iu'i-il intervention for 
the protection of the civil rich's ot tho 
Ireedinen And to ih » policy of Coi 
gresti hn opposes the outrajjeo'is demand 
that tbeeuiiiK'ipated race be- surrendt^red 
to the unrestricted tonlr-.d of their reUl 
taskoiaster-t and to the " protection" ol 
fuel: eivil laws as their enemies nnd op- 
pre-.-^ois imysio lit to ena.:l. - • Such 
protection hs vultures give to lambs." 

It is not then that the I'residen' vetoed 
t'jv Freeiiuien'a Bureau Bill— Vu that 
be vetoed it u[)on such grounds that has 
at one blow, crushed whatever hojies the 
Union party tad vesttd in his statesman- 
ship or whatever confidence they hud 
taught ihentselves to cber ..b iu his fidelity 
to the principles upon which be was 
elected, .and to the great trust with which 
he was mivi »ie I by the Pruvi.len.i of 
God. 



Tliis being tbe v' i>e, .iiid I In re being a 
lurj;e number of scouts at Wadsworth, it 
is likely Major Rose will cause dilligent 
search to be made in that direction. vf^\ 
One of the doga which were with tbe 
parly on the 13ih, (there being four in 
sll.) returned to Wadsworth on Sunday 
la.>t, but Iro'ii what direction he came is 
not known. O. F. C. 



Legislatui'e of Minnesota. 



SliNAlE. 

Febrc.viiv, V7, IStJC. 
Imiucdiately upon assembling the Senate 
went into Uoinmitlee of the Whole, Senator 
MUKUAY' in the '."liair. Alter tho Commit- 
tee rose, 

Mr. K.ANDOL'.'H introduced S. F. No. 1!>2. 
punishing iho depositing or casting of tbe 
dead hodies of animals or the odal of such 
animals in tlioMis.-issippi river or Lake Pepin. 
Head three times iiiul passed. 

Mr. UICUARDSON intr'>dueed S. F. No. 
P.'.j, a memorial for u mail route from Little 
Falls to Alexandria. Head three times and 
passcil. 

Mr. MILLKR jntioiluced S. F. No. i;t». re- 
laliufc- to school districts In Pilot iMound, Fill- 
more Co. Kcad tlirec times and passed. 

Mr. IIICUARUSON introduced S. F. No. 
19-j, to amend the act providing for the loe.i- 
tion and eonstrucliou ol a State road from St. 
Cloud to Lake .Superior. Uc.id three limes 
and passed. 

Mr. t-'OLF, from the lievi»ion Committee, 
iotrodueed a bill to express repeal of ex- 
isting Statutes; also a bill relating to printing 
and ilistril'iitmu' Laws an.l Pnblie Documents, 
all of which were read a lirst and second 
time. 

Mr. Bl'KLL inlrodiicvd « Mil to authorize 
the St. Paul and Paciiic U. H. Co. to extend 
their r>ad from La Crescent to the Iowa State 
line. Head twice and referred. 

Mr. LOWKLL introdnecd a hill to amend 
the act incorporating the Minnesota and North 
Western R. K. Co. Head twice and referred. 

Mr. D.\N1KLS introduced a Mil providiug 
for levying taxes to procure grounds and bui'il 
school houses in Rochester. Head three 
times and passed. 

Tne Senate concurred in the House amend- 
ini nts to S. F. Nos. '.)2 and 03. 

IIILL:; I'.l^SEl). 

■Jo r-ppropriale monev for deficiencies there- 
in Mated for 1SG.>. 

Kelatin^,' to taxes. 

.Authorizing the Mjutin county commission- 
ers to issue bonds. 

Relating to conveyamea made bv the exec- 
utors and administrators of L. P. Weago, de- 
ceased. 

Relating to the Legislature. 

Authorizing the Winona & St. Peter Rail- 
road Company to run their road, and to con- 
struct aud maintain a bridge across the 
Mississippi river at Winona. 

Tliu Senate then went into Committee of the 
Whole, Mr. BAXTKR in the chair; alter tbe 
comniiitee rose, the Senate took a reeeis. 



THE FREEZING CALAMITY 
THE COTEAU. 



ON 



Scarili lor Capt. Fields and 
ili> Farly. 



No Intelligence of tho Mxseijg 
Men. 



For.T ABtKCROMlUE, D. I., > 

Febiuary '22, 1S66. j 
Edi or» of tha 61. Paul I'rcs.-- ; 

As indicated in my letter of tho l.^jth 
inst , Col. Adams despat'jhed a sijuad of 
ten men, ucder command of Capt. Wm. 
H. Ross, Co. D, I. B. M. V. C. on Mon- 
day m>rning, in search of Capt. A. R. 
Fiebl, Co. A, Second Minnesota cavalry, 
and three of bis men. all of whom, it was 
/eared, had bee^ Irozen to death betw.en 
Fort Wadsworth and Twin Lakes station. 
Tb.^ party have just return'.;d, and from 
Capt. Ross I learn tbe .'ollowing facts : 

lie arrived at Twin Lakes on Monday 
evening, the 10th, and on Tuesday morn- 
ing commenced the search, ile marched 
direct for tbe loot of the cotcau, with tbe 
intention of deploying bis men ou their re- 
t'jrn. When within eight miles ol the co 
teau, he met a scoutinj; party who had been 
sent out from Fort Wadsworth on Mon- 
day for the purpose of looking up stray 
horses belonging to Capt. Field's compa- 
ny —those which 1 mentijiicd in my for- 
mer letter aa having been abandoned by 
the men on the l.ih. The.'-e scouts hav- 
ing made a thorough ."carch in tbo vicini- 
ty of the loot of the coteau, Capt. Ross 
turned about, being at the tunc oome 
fifteen miles from Twin Lakes Having 
spread his men over a distance of some 
six miles to tbe south of the ^oad, the 
direction m which the wind blew on tbe 
l.Jth, some on snow shoes aud nihers on 
horseback (the crust was suflicimtly 
fttroDg on Tuesday to bold horse and 
rider saltlyj. a thorouj^b search was 
ro-jilt during two dajs. but without find- 
ing any traces of <,'apt. 1'. or the iiiie-sing 
men. As no mark.-. '.ouM bo fo mhI upon 
thtj crusted nuow, Capf. R. is of the 
opinion that when tb'-y lound i' impossi- 
ble to face ihe storm, they turned hack 
with the intention of trying to reach lh» 
coteau, aud that they must have followed 
Ihe road to beyond where he met tbe 
scouts above mentioned, after which, and 
bvf re arriving at the point aimed at, 
they probably lost tbe track and drifted 
in a southerly direction, perhaps striking 
lh>' coteau several milei below. 

If this supposition be orrtct, there is 
yet some hopp of their escape from death, 
as Capt. R. learned from the party fioin 
Wadsworth that, of th.; four horses found 
by Lieut. Gerald on the 17th— three alive 
and one dead — all '-xc ;[ t on ■ wi r.j of the 
number abiodoiMd by the men under 
Lieut. Stevens, and not thost- -<i;hicb 
Capt Fields and tbe threj men had in 
charge. The one except i'jn in the horse 
which Copt. i-'. obtainei] it this post only 
a few weekn before, and which h'; was 
ri'ling Ihe day be was inc-", by th-j Pay- 
niaaiA-r. 

I have also learned that Capt. ¥. 
bid another horse on th" day he went, in 
advance of his company, which he was 
leading This being tbe case, it is not 
improbable that the horse found by Lieut. 
Gerald had become jaded, and conse- 
riuently was abandoned, and that Capt. 
F. mounted tbu one. Indeed the one 
found has all the appearance of having 
suffered. 



AilKltXOOX i>lu.•c>IO^•. 
Ml. FJiirlT introduced a bill gianiing to 
Dorilliis Morrison and others the right to 
manufacture and sell g.is in Minneapolis, 
litad three times and passed. 

lilLLS lASSED. 

To amend the act incorporating the Pitsburg 
and Minncsou Mining Co. Approved March 
3, 18-5o, and jo revive the same corporation. 

To amend the ac: incorgoratiug the North 
Shore Mining Co. Approved March '., is57. 

Setting oft ocrtain sections from School Dis- 
tricts No. 41 to No. 2.3. 

Apportioning the members of tbe Senate 
and the House. 

Amending tha act to prevent importation 
running at large and sale of diseased sheep. 

For a mail route from New Auburn to Saint 
Peter. 

Authorizing the city of Wabashaw to ap- 
propriate money and issua its bonds. 

Amending an act tiroviding tor a State Ag- 
ricultural College. 

I.egaliziDg the transcribing ot certain re- 
cords from Dodgu county to Freeborn county. 

Relating to tho records in the offices of Re- 
gister of Deeds. 

Incorporating the Hastings, Minnesota and 
Red River Railroad Co. 

Amending the act incorporating the Boston 
and Minnesota Mining Co Approved March 
3, 18.5-5, 

Relating to stallions, bulls, boars, etc. 

Providing for the purchase of paper for pub 
i.c printing. 

Attaching tho town of Columbus to Center- 
ville. 

Authorizing the Supervisors ol Ccntreville 
to levy a tix or issue bond.s. 

For a State road from Winnebago Agencv to 
White Walnut Lake. '' ' 

To remove the Sherburne county scat. 

Relating to marriages. 

A memorial for a Land Grant to aid In con- 
structing the Hastings, Minnesota and Red 
River of the North railroad. 

P^elating to a Port of Entry, 

Providing for tho cstablisl 
Normal Schools 



stablishment of State 



Granting a ferry charter fto Samuel Allen, 
at Chnska. 

The Senate refused to concur in the House 
amendments to the bill providing lor the pub- 
lication of the Revised Statutes, and Messrs. 
Randolph, Lrown and Thacher were appoint- 
ed a conlercnc-i eominiilee on the part of the 
Senate. 

The Senate also refused to concur in the 
House amendment to the balary Bill, and 
Messrs. McKusick, Simpson and Miller were 
appointed a conference committee on behalf 
ol the Senate. 

The Senate then adjourned. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

MORNING .SEStlOK. 

Fenn' AHY 27, 1866. 
After the presentation of numerous peti- 
tions, the following bills were introduced : 

INTRODCCTION OF BILLS. 

Pv Mr. ELLISON, to regulate mining on 
public lands within the Slate. Passed. 

By D. BUCK, amending the act incorpora- 
ting Mankato. Passed. 

liy Mr. JAY', granting Peter Thompson a 
ferry right at Carver. Passed. 

Py Mr. BU.SSELL, to change the name of 
Sophia Reot.-r. Passed. 

By Mr. KlNCi, fur a State road from Paincs- 
ville to Greenleaf. Passed. 

S-ENATK l>n.L8 I'.VSSEU. 

Grantinu a ferry right to S. A. Hooper at 
Belle Plaine. 

Amending an act relating to Lake City. 

For a State road from Fort Ridgeli- to Chip- 
pewa. 

For a State road from Beaver Bay to Ver- 
milion Falls. 

Joint resolution relating to a ligblbonsc on 
Lake Superior. 

Providing for the service of mesne process 
uptiii foreign corporations. 

To faeili'ate Ihe construction of tho Winona 
and St. l-etcrllallriMid. 

For the equitable adjustment of State Rail- 
road bonds. 

A memorial for a mail route from Sank 
Centre to Fort Wadsworth. 

For a State road lr«m Lake City to Zum- 
brota. 

For a separate organization of the 1st Divi- 
sion St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Com- 
pany. 

For the establishment and location of an 
Insane Asylum. 

To relieve certain soldiers. 

Providing for the printing and binding of 
the public statutes. 

Appropriatiog money for the support of the 
State Government. 

The House then took n reccf-s 

TJIt OTIliER SIDFroFfllE VETO 
QUESTIOV. 

SeiiHlblp, vs. Siinincr licpiibli- 
cans. 



il war such as ban raged ia this country 
lor the last lour years would leave socie- 
ty in the comiuered South for a time rest- 
leas, uuaettled, (ullen and more or le«a 
vindictive. 

And it was to be expected that such a 
groat social upheaval as the sudden 
emancipation of 4,000,000 slaves would 
agitate Southern society to its very cen 
Ire, and that, following this, an rllort t'> 
confer on the emancipated blacks the 
right of suffrage would intensify the 
feeling of antagonism betwren tbe races; 
and that out of all Ibis restlessness, siil- 
Icnncss and yindietiveness, out of this 
profound social agitation, and this anlag- 
onism of races there would result maiii/ 
act3 of oppreisioii and crusty to the 
freedmen, beside the general derangement 
of industry and evils to the whites. 

And out of this comes the (juestion of 
"//ow avert these ctJiVs .?"— which ques- 
tion seriously threat-ensto produce a per- 
manent disruption of our ]iarty. 
"How avert these evils.*'' 
Ten thousand discordant voices eome 
up iu reply, and to tbe auth.ir of each 
you are a heretic if you refuse assent. 
One »8y.s, "Provide for the education of 
the fieedmen and restrict tbe right of suf- 
frage to those only, whether white or 
black, who can read." Another cries, 
"Give tbe negroes lands, make him a 
freeholder that he may not be dependent 
on wages." Another says, "(iive all the 
black?, ignorant or educa'ed, the right 
ol auHrage," while yet others think "the 
Freedmen's Bureau is tbe thing." 

Kvery man has his panacea, which he 
proposes to embody in a law, if the con- 
stitution permits, and if it does not, then 
to have this venerable and respected doc- 
ument patched with bis piece of white or 
blijck or blue or grey. 

"How arrest these evils?" Their ex- 
istence is not denied, nor the desire want- 
ing; in any quarter to see them remedied. 
The " Sumnerisfs" think thpy can sit 
in Washington and Ui/Ulale Ihe world all 
right. 

The " Sensibles" think that while some 
>nw legislation is required by the new 
condition of things (such as basing repre- 
sentation on votes,) still there is much to 
be left to the operation of natural causes. 
The leading, dividing question between 
ibe two factions, is the " Freedmen's Bu- 
reau Bill." 

Sumner, a man ol great learning and 
eloquence, of vanity andfpedantry, and 
tbe bold, defiant, and reckless Stevens 
lead in its support, and Andrew Johnson, 
who ha.0 proved his devotion to his coun- 
try under the most trying and dangerous 
circurostancee, and Wm. H. Seward, the 
oldest statesman iu the na'.iou, an . a lile- 
long leader ol tbe parties of progress of 
relorm and freedom, lead tbe oppojition. 
The President fairly and ably eets forth 
tbe objections to the bill in his veto mes- 
sage, and thuD far has been answered on 
ly by declamation. 

Against tbe bill it is alleged that it 
provides for the trial of persons for crim- 
inal offenses in a time of profound peace, 
not by a jury of their peers on present- 
ment found by a grand jury, but by au 
ag<int of the Bureau, from whose decision 
there lies no appeal to the higher civil 
tribunals of the land, and " that it propo- 
ses to take away land from its former 
owners without any legal proceedings be- 
ing first bad, contrary to that clause of 
the Constitution which declares that no 
person shall be deprived of life, Inerfy 
or property, without due process of 



NUMBER 49. 



of the United States abolishing slavury, 
having iu their own Constitutions de- 
clared slavery abolished, having professed 
their intention to abide by all the lesults 
of tha war and to tield a lull and ready 
obedience to all the requirumeuts of the 
Constitution and laws ol Ibe llniled 
Stales, wii piopo'<e aa in honor and 
good faith bound by Ibvir aa«uranees wb<'n 
they laid Aovn their arms,— we propose 
as friends ol our cuuiilry hoping lo tec a 
genuine peace and g»(i<l rclalious between 
Ihe lalely hostile seeli-jna re-establlNh' d ; 
hoping to sec tho iiecessity of the extra- 
ordinary exercise ol military powtr dune 
away with, and to sec public affairs get 
back into theii- rrdinary channels; as 
friends of our common country and as 
friends of the Freediruiu, we propose ac 
cepting these professions of Ihe South as 
made in ).>ood faiih, l\) admit Auch loyal 
men, (and only such), as they may send, 
to seats in Coi'gress a'ld fo leave lo nat- 
ural causes Ihe eslablishmei.t of light re- 
lations between the Ireedmeu and the 
whiles ol tbe South. 

We know there is id feeling toward 



iti-a still insist that the Federal Govern- 
iiieui shall do for (he Fruedmeo what it 
has never done fer tbu (>«nBan or other 
foiMigo b> in, or its own native bom 
eit'zcus ? 

< tiie of tbe great t.Tiie of party is that 
the people becoming aernstomed fo fol- 
low (heir leaders, go wit,b them blindly 
(o the niu t aheunl «atrt-mei. 

But for its baviiig Ix-cii made a party 
eiy, would any ^alle, man have ever 
dreamed (hat by having freed the negro 
we are hound lo itecure to him all tbo 
nghls that we enjoy, and to provide for 
his education, build aaylums, and out of 
the United Statiis Treasury supply the 
wants of the indigent, give them farms, 
and insist on (he South being deprived of 
Representation in Congress till they do 
wha' we have not done — give the negro 
tbe rinht of liiiffrsgc ? Have we indeed 
done them so great an evil by emancipat- 
ing (beni that we should do so much to 
compensate (hem for it, ? I really thought 
the negroes of (be South wen^ greatly in- 
debted to the people of the North for all 
th« efforts they have made for years be- 
fore tbe war, and all the blood and treas- 
ure, it has expended during the war, to 
secure the r freedom. 



of the condition of tha 

MADISON 

INSURtNCE COMPMr. 

Ud the :ilal<1ay of rNw-mt-i . , lMr,5, m«de to tlip 

lr«!«iarirof Hi'; Stat.- „r ninno.ota iar>>i 

»Bt to an act Ut regtilat* InHDraooo'e im- 

panlM, not iDCorporaic'd by ili«) btaie 

ol Mliioe^oli, approvi^ H.'p- 

lember -ZM, infi. 

NAMK AMD Mk'ATION, 

The Madison Mutual Insurance Com. 

riX>CATKD AT MADISON, WISCONSIN. 



$m ^vntmimi^ 



CAPITAL. 

TbcamOBDt of its capitU ctock, includ- 
iDg cash capital aasetn and accuniu- 
lationsis 



tbe negio in the South, that there is dan 



Anil claiming to have been a life-long 
aiiti slavery man, I am stilt astonished to 
ger that be will often I wronged by his fihil the great body of men who have 
employers, and that bt will be subjected ' '^vored tbe restriction of tbe right of snf- 



Editors St. Paul Press, 

There arc a great many Republicans 
here who agree with the President in bis 
opposition to the F'reedmen's Bureau 
bill, and in favoring the admiison to 
From the foregoing it would seem that ! Congress of such Representatives from 
Captain Field and the three men in com- | the South as arc known to be thorougJUy 
pany with him, had four horses to work | loyal and abU to take the required lest 
with, together with two dogs, and il they oath, and as tbe Press strongly 
succeeded m reaching some of th'. tim- condemns the President's course, I pre- 
ber lower down, they msy yet turn up j sumc the privilege of presenting the oth- 
ahve, although the chances are none too er side will be accorded to (hose who 



flattering at best. 
Up to tbe time tbe scouting paity frcnj 



differ with you. 
It was to be expected that a great civ- 



Irtr." 

But if the bill were constitutional it is 
highly objectionable on the score of tbe 
immense patronage it confers on the Pres- 
ident, who already has too much, enough 
frequently to corrupt legislation and 
thwart the will of the people. 

Even now, I am sorry to see it used to 
strengthen his position, which should rest 
on argument alone, and reliance on the 
ultimate right judgment of the people. 

It is proposed by this Freedmen's Bu- 
reau Bill to add to the long list ol civil, 
military and naval appointments belong- 
ing to (he President, the power to np- 
l>o\nt frecdmen''s agents in every county 
and parish in the South. 

The proposition is really startling. I 
know that Judge Trumbull says in his re- 
ply that it is not required— hut he does 
not deny that the power is granted and 
we all know that it will be. used to the 
full extent of the grant. 

And what are the powers of these 
agents ? To decide all cases arising be- 
tween the freedmen and the whites, to 
establish schools and asylums for the 
freedmen, and supply the destitute with 
clothing and provisions. Was ever be- 
fore so wide a door of corruption opened ? 
The receipts of unlettered negroes 
making " his X mark " to they know not 
what, must in the very nature of the case 
be the only vouchers. 

Look around jou, fellow citizens, at 
men among yo'i who a few years ago 
bore irreproachable characters as men 
and patriots, and see them now under Ihe 
demoralizing inlluences of the war, and 
tbe temptations of their position, a swarm 
of quartermasters and contractors, whose 
Bhameless corruption and almost open 
knavery shock the public conscience and 
awaken distrust against the best in whom 
tbe Government reposes pecuniary trust 
— and say then whether you wish to see 
ten thousand other hands thrust into the 
Federal treasury to lake and disburse its 
funds under such circumstances as abso 
lutely preclude a i^ropt^r system of 
vouchers ? 

The establishment of the agencies 
would increase the ill-feeling between the 
the races in the South, enmity would 
be excited against the agents, and (hey 
could only remain under military protec- 
tion— ntcusi/a/in^ the maintenance of an 
immense amy m the South. 

Any one looking closely and dispas- 
sionately at this subject will see that the 
bill beside violating express provisions of 
tbe Constitution, besides dangerously 
enlarging the power of the President, be- 
sides tilling the South with sgents with 
every temptation and opportunily for 
fraud opened to them, that besides all 
this it necessarily so greatly increases the 
expenses of (he Government, that our rev- 
enue will be insufficient to meet them, 
and the interest on our indebtedness, and 
that the Government credit will be seri- 
ously impaired if not ruined. 

" We know these results are to be fear- 
ed," say the Sumnerites, " but what else 
can be done — what do you propose ?" 

This— The Southern States having rat- 
ified tbe amendment to tbe Constitution 



to oumi rous acts of outrage at the bands 
cfthe low and biutal pait of the white 
population. 

But by pursuing the lours'j indicated, 
b. side eeespiiig Ibe evils mid dangers of 
the Bureau bill, we believe the freedmen 
will be better treated and friendly reU- 
tions sooner establish' d ibaii if mis ex- 
pensive and dangerous aud irritating Bu- 
reau were tstablishtd in every county and 
township in tbe Sou(h. 

Much cf the prejudice against the negro 
in this country aro^e from his eor.iition 
of servitude. 

The anti-slavery men have lor y ears 
proclaimed this fact and pointed lo his 
superior social condition in Europe as 
pronl. Slavery having ceased, the preju- 
dice will die in a deg'-tH". 

To preserce s'avery the South was com- 
pelled to day education (o the slaves. 
Freed, the mot ice for its denial will have 
ceased, and interat, murc.lily and public 
polity, will dictate (he ntcessity of educa- 
ting and ehvatiitg hini Gov. Orr, in his 
message lo tbe South Carolina Legisla- 
ture savs : ' So long as the Alriean was 
a slave, though bi:i looral traiuing wss 
not nkglected. it was our policy lo pro- 
hibit him from learning to read or write, 
now it is cur i-'oliey to c'. lighten and ele- 
vate bim for It, uiakcs him more trust- 
worthy and reduces crime and poverty in 
our midst." 

And cueb arc the (..ipretfticns of tn- 
lightmed men tbrouglout the Scuth. 

It may be c-ome time btlorc the igno- 
rant yield (htir prejudices on ibis point 
and bjfote the frcedmau receives public 
educational aid. 

But education will n-d be prohibited : 
Ihe negroes have had ticir ambition exci- 
ted, and tens ol iboufands of thim are 
now in schooln preparing for teachers of 
(heir rac('. A few yca.s hence (he negro 
race of the South— heretofore forcibly de- 
prived of education, and now taught by 
their own instincts aed their white friends 
that their (iiiure will depend greatly on 
their education— will almost universally 
be able to re ad and write. 

This will bring increased respect for 
them. Again formerly three men own- 
ed, say 50 negroes each. The mer- 
chants who sold (he supplies, and the 
iccebanicB who did the labor for these 150 
nigroes bad only to conciliate the good 
will of (he three masters. 

Now. (be three mat(crs deprived ol 
their negroes are poor, and unaccustom- 
ed to labor will probably remain so. Tie 
150 negroes accustomed to labor and fru- 
gal living, with a great demand for la- 
bor, will accumulate more or less prop- 
erty, and now tbe merchant who wants 
to sell them goods, must secure their 
goodwill; they will want houses built, 
and clothes and shoes made, and tbe car- 
penter, mason, tailor and shoemaker — 
finds it to his interest too, to treat thtm 
well. 

They will soon be not the cmplnvrd 
alone, but employers also, and the busi- 
ness relations thus growing up between 
them and their white neighbors under the 
changed condition ef things, will rapidly 
wear away prejudice and secure fo them 
good treatment. 

Nor will they long Lc deprived of the 
wages of their labor. The great staples 
of the South — cotton, sugar, rice and to- 
bacco—arc in great demand, and labor 
will be in like great demand, and ihe 
supply far less than heretofore. 

Many of the freedmen— proud to imi- 
tate their white neighbors — will have 
their wives (field bands formerly,) re- 
main at home attending to household du- 
ties ; and children formerly in the cot- 
ton fields — will be in the school rooms ; 
and left to their own choice, more will 
become mechanics and tradesmen ; so 
that it is safe to assume that (he negro 
labor of the South, from (he causes nam- 
ed — Irom (be waste of the race and other 
causes- will not exceed three-fifths of 
what it formerly was. 

It becomes, (hen, aquesdon of interest 
to tbe planiera to Jind labor, more (ban it 
is lor labor to find employment. 

The uatuial shrewdness of tbu ne- 
gro, aud the adviie of his friends, 
will soon teach him to require pay- 
ment for bis labor in install- 
ments, ( instead of waiting to Ihe end of 
the year,) and on first failure of payment 
to abandon the plantation and let the 
crops go to destruction. 

I'here will be contests between him and 
hia employers for a time, but from the 
circumstances ol the case, tho negro will 
soon triumph, and be "master of the 
situation." 

Tlie aid piojoied to bo given by the 
Bureau in (he way of provisions and 
clothing, and the donation of government 
( r other lands, only removes au incentive 
to industry— is simply a premium to in- 
dolence. 

There is any amount of government 
lands in tho South to be had under the 
" Graduation act" at 12i cents per acre, 
and all the lards in the South as com- 
pared with the North, are extremely 
low priced. The negroes will soon owr. 
lands as the frui's of their own indust .^ 
and will appreciate their homes the more 
for having earned them. They ^yj n 



fra^e heretofore, insisting, some that our 
foreign born citizens should remain a 
longer time before being clothed with the 
full ri|>bis of citizenship, and some that 
e'tit.tjiion should be made a qualifica- 
tion for suU'rage — now insisting on ita 
bei'ig granted immediately and without 
<|uatifieatiun to all tbe male negroes of the 
Sooih over 21 years of age. 

The lessons of Mexico, and Ihe South 
AiiiL-rican States, and some of our own 
great ciliet>, are forgotten, and Sumner 
having «poken the word, the party blindly 
fallow. 

The result ol insisting on all these ex- 
treme measures will be a permanent dis- 
ru[ition of tbe party which, having carried 
(he country triumphantly through the 
war, should remain united to enjoy the 
further glory of re-cementing the bonds 
of affection between the lately warring 
sections, and to see there-united republic 
under its auspices, fairly started on its 
new and heretofore unexampled career of 
material progress. ■;»e8ltb, power and 
beneficent influence. 
Respectfally, 

H. 8. FAIRCUILD. 

IR T V ■ M S RB»AIK(IfC) ITll. 
J claimed in tho Po«i OIBcc at Bt. I'aul, bt^to 
of Hiuneeots, on WLDNK.SDAV, the v.Sih Jay of 
Kfbninry, ISfiO. 

omcially PubllBheil in the ST. I'AUL I'KESS 
liavinpthc Largent CIrcalntiou. 

To oh'aiu any of these letteri, flu? a]<plicant 
must call for" /«rfrertt>e</ letUrs," give the date 
of this list, and pay two cents for adn'rllfinf . 

If not called for within otw mon'ti, thfy will N> 
Bcnt to the Dead L«tf«r Officp. 

Krkk oklivkry of letters by rarritrs, at the 
re idpn'.a>s of cwnere, may bo stc'Ci'.Ei) by ob- 
serving the fallowing hu«-r,» : 

1 UiREcr letters plainly to the street and 
DiimlK r, a8 «-i>ll as thq fost Office and State. 

■--'. IlKAM letters »iththe writer's Pnst Pffice, 
SItlr. atrrtttai nvmher, Bigo tbemp'ataly with 
lull name, and request thai answers be directed 
accordingly. 

•'i. I,i?tiers to strangers or transient visitors In 
a town or city, whose epfcial address may ba 
uuknown, should be markHd In the l"wor left- 
hand corner with the word " Tran?ient.'' 

■I. y/i/iellio po»t»ge Jtomp ou Uk upper rn/ht- 
hunrl corner, and leave spnc>. between the btamp 
iiD-l directiou for /»o»< mn'klrtg without inter- 
feriiij; with tliewriiiog. 

N. I* —A REQUEST lor the ketirn of a letter 
to III.- writer, if unclaimed within th'rty days or 
less. HTit'cnor printed with tho writer'.- iwm-. 
PotI OM'-r and Stntt, aero.'." the left hand end of 
th<^ enveluiK on the face side will bo complied 
withal tho u4ui] pre-paid rates of postige, paya- 
ble when III*! lott-r is delivered to the writer.— 
Seclicii ■:*, laics o/' !«.•>. 



^5,00<l 00 



ARSRTS, 

The amount of carli on band, !■ 

Wlicaniiln (G per cent.) State bond* 

Amount loaned to memljcra of tbe 

Company l>elDg for cash premiums 

•ecnred by pledge and condltlsni 

ol polldea .. Il7.tl2 jt; 

Premium noton of policv holder* e7S,84a 78 

RealMtste unincamberiid (.IM fi 

Vternltare and lixturri l MO lb 

Debts due the Company. .ecur«(|by 

mortKige none. 

Dnbt4 otherwlHA oecired Bame. 

DelK* for premluiaa above. 

au other «»oiirlUHe none 

Total aateu of the Com|iKay 8i «,m OC 

Total namber of mambers or (tockholderi ii 
over 30,0OU. 

LIABll.ITIEa. 

Amos nt of all llabUiUei due or nut 
dae banks uone 

Amount of other Ilabllites. $1,121 62 

Lostea MUaated, and due or not due none. 

Losses unadjusted and waiting furth- 
er proof. 700 59 

All other;clalm9 against the Company none. 

The greatest amouat insured in one 
risk :i,rjoo oo 

Mot over (:i,Ouo 00 insured within one 
hundred leet. 

No property ineured la lloc»». 

The ao! of Incorporation la filed with 
the 8tate Treasurer oi Miuneaota. 

Total liabilities of the Company l> ,6>2 02 

Tbe amount of its paid up eash capi- 
tal over and above its acoamulatioas 
and liabilities, except risks, la ever 10o,000 00 

Statk of Wiscoksw, t „ 
CouNTr OF Dank, 



r|iacB vmrnmrnmrnm 

the iJreut Oil Brylon* o/ renJUglvaniu 
can be fuund lor a lew w^efci at the olBiw of 
MOKOAN a licSI/.>CD, No. 101 Thlnl alraet, 
ist.Paul, Mlua.i lto)ua, l<i a.m.Io Ii'. «., wiier* 
he wUl be happy lo ap« thojo who are d«<lto«a 
of iuMntlug in <iU /,:,ul* and OH lnUrnt$, 
and to Kivo inforuntluB la ref«r«BC« to oil pro- 
dactl'ina and It« localitli a. 

D«alei ill Oil lAud-i aud <.<ll latereata, I'lUtule 
CHy, \ eaaoKo county, Pm 
St. i'aul, Minn., t th. iUlh, lt^>r,, 

Ieb20 d-JMattiatw&wll* 

WHAT 



FIBST NATIONALBANK 

OF 8ALNT PAUi., 



15CTUW[[KWIILD0. 



If i.ved, It wUI t«cir« j-on a policy for 
»2 500In theNEW yuBK ACtJIDEIH'AL IN 
SUUANri.'XiMPANY. 

». It. •. BJLi»aaaa»«iB, Agt, 

at Murgau It HoUoud'a, TUrd-aL 



NEW STYLES FOR JANUARY 



JUSX RECEIVED. 



PersoDXlly ippear- 
ed before me, BenJ. F. Hopklna, Vice Fra ildent, 
and Dennison Wortblngton, Secretary of Ihe 
Madlaon Mutual Insurance Company, an< made 
oath that the foregoing atatemunt, by ttum eub- 
Fcrit>ed.iaa true, full and correct atatcitent of 
tho affairs ot said Company, and exUbit« ao far 
as can t>e ascertained, it!' actual condition on tbe 
8let day of December, I8ia. 

BKNJ. F. HOP«IN(i, 

VicePreaident. 
D, WORTHING TON, Secretary 

Madison Mutual iDiurancs Co. 



I SEAL. ( 



,lohn-on MlAs Ha<e 
.lonca Mr« Marie 
.Lia'on Sli«« Lava 
Jinks .Mrs Krancii 
Johniion Ml^a Anna 8 B 
■lobnaon Lncy 
Leah Mra Lena 
I avorne M s^ Eliz» 
LahiiT Mi»s Mary M 
Lewis Mr< Kmily M 
1.1'Hereux Mrs Jo.sop'n6 
Mowfry Mr? GeorgeH 
Mars'.oo Mra i'atherine 
Morgan Misk Bridget 
Morgan MUa LUbie 
Mtyers Mr« Catherine 
Ma>handMi-a Klla 
McMahon Mis* .lulia 
McLf'od Mrs Nnniy 
Miuoi Ka'p 
.Mean n M s i liarlotto 
McGrjth Hannah for 

Park Karley 
Noble Mli.8 Klizabeth 
Nud-nholTor Maria 
O'Heron Mrs James 
Killle Mra C 
Lu«ac 1 Mr.' Lucy 
Hhov Mi'" Mary 
Robi-on Miaa Kba 
Itobinaon lira £ B 
Strong Mrr- Cecelia 
Schnhniacker Kmile 
8otiroat4 Christina 
.'ihorron Mrs MarihA 
.Sliaughn''Pi.y Marprett 
htroig Mer Kobt J 



LAl>IIU>' LIST. 

Acre ,M[f< Annie Je^olali Sii^an 

And.r-.m Misn rva 

Ad< ilo Carrie 

Burliiif; Mrs Anny 

Morten Miss Maria 

Rarne<< Mrs A M 

Rradntaw Mips lllen 

Bailey Mrs Mar 

Bleasom Mrs Mary I' 

Dullird MreM ry 

Harl I'll Mint Carrie 

Bu.'tto Mrs Mari 

Cutier Jlr? KC 

Coo-r Misa Hellio 

Crane Mies Mary 2 

Chamberlain Mrs Geo 

CliasB Mra T 2 

Clark .Mra Al-x 

Cook Mra f.ooFa 

(;oburn IWrj Chester 

Datiea "'. i«« 

UrPlier Mrs Marie 

Donley Mrs Jco 

Diamond MIfs Celia 

Dwier Johasna 

Donily Mra J 

naniel-. Maroy 

Delano Mra liiBrsjUia 

Daly Mr* J no 11 

Dcano Mrs l.ura 

DunUvoy Mrs .face H 

Davis Mrs l.aurr 

Karley Mrs Jan.i 

tll» .Mrs Mary 

Vuf^l Mra Catherina 

Fnizcr Mrx AngellLc 

Karns worth Mlea Eva 

KaN r Calliorine 

I'umeDglorMisaKarolinHullivan Mra 

tr.M-m.'ii Mra Maiy M Smith Mra James 

Flllo Mario Mout Lvdia A_ 

K.jrd Mra Catherine Taylor Mrs Gimian 2 

■iormou MUa Mattio Wood Mra Mary E 

•Jridch Mary Wat"on Mrs Wm 

iius'o MdMe Chr stinial Wilson Mrs Kate 

Hutching^ Mrs Edward Woior Mr^Joie 

danaon Mr? II Wilson Mr« lianna 

Hulm'B Mi«a Kllrab^th Willlame Mias Marlgan 

Hitchcock Mrs AngelinaWood Mra J ao 

Ha^kpU Mra F L 2 Warran Miss Frank H 

Hawley Mra Maurice Wallace Miss Mary A 

I.lcumongor Pauline Watfon Mrs. 

GENTLEMKN'S LIST. 
.Vdamj Jos Hormaa Hodr'nManagn Dr J 5 

Avery Hon J T Huston Alex Hitchol DrGej 
Aufiburn K H HemmlngG W McHorit Jno 
Arm-tronirJas HartingGotlriedMcCarthy Ber'd 
.Vt'plcton JamesUajora I'etor Moller AUx 
.Vllec'J Joaoph Hofii Joseph Xe»jon Nils 
.illcu Q W Hoffman PhillipNee Patri ;k 

Arnold August Bekdman Wm Nuolul W H 
BaniefJnhn Huber.los Neilaon Jno 

Butterlield Jas Hemmloc G H Note Antone 
»<nd llrnry Uoogland A C O'.Val George 
Bork Vflog Heinel Kon'ad ' "Calahan Cor's 

IJi»rin.g Franz H^nderaonThofOlaon 'no M 
Mausl'>r P Hanson Uric Uas Weiler Jno 

Hrewn Geo Mr Hughs H Ocburn Robert 

Uripg* K7.ra Johnson L C OlilTer I^ouia M 
rtowen K K .lohnwn U F, o'KeileyJno 
Uasiici r Keogh Frank Presno .loH-ph 

Mat/, Wllh.'lm Keller Uottried I'arkor U H 
ll'aiirogard J EKernor Jacob t'rn.lioanijaapar 
liect C.hii't KnowlsJoa I'ringlc H IlaCo 

ll''i.'<l|i<n .I'lliii Konnev .tames t'arlin Nieha H 
llriKlfotd Mor'nKrcll M Porli.js KIdor O 

llurinnn AuguatKeel Michael I'araona Phln'aa 
Iter,; Itprnhard Krost I'eter I'lcoit" I'errlo 
llurliiDkCol AJKurnes Jno Patterson llar'd 
lloitinnor Rro Kelloy Malakic Paimer II 
('huovelicr K A itohaul Kr:uik Park Nouh 
("ariiri- Jo-eph KauirmanChrruPaller Cliirlee 
t)ortiinier Gso Keegan Jno Plerrio Charles 
dole Ira Knomes W S Uolllns S 

Campbc-ll M Kcnney F A Uyan Silvoator 
Cuddi'hy Put Krogler ft Hdy-Koruk Thomas 
tjhristuph Wm doatadt Robert Kev Wm 

(!onnor Pat Kleffer PhlllipeRank Frank 
OurliaKK Konigfchri-t .Vllesliohllleurich 

Conway Jno Kind Jam^a KenkPr Jno P 
(^ynloo Pat Leshter H Kedaou LeUoy 

duller F C Laragan T.'iuhraSklniier Geo K 

Chace M»ft°r FLucas 8 L Sniidol .losoph 

(ihamplian Jai Levetii.g Her'nSilkwcrlh M 
ColTy Ant>touy Lambert Ara'm>chinidtJ W&0> 
Cornwall WmJLeghtonHG Schmidt HfcJ 
Dupr.-y Abra'm Lonaa W L>une-laimar Chas 
l>eliring JoaephLdahy Thomas bchHugor Joseph 
Donahoe Mat'asLaviet Jame< 8elb Alex £ 
Dennison JIWLoudonrtM Sneall L D 
Dalley Thomas LovdJna( fiheeronl bomai 

l>eanDoverl'eierIjimt)«rt Louis Eoenaou S 
Uuano Tnomas Larky John Mmpaon f! W 
HurochlaT MullerCarl .skellinger W U 
l>eyurhart PcterMo alpine Pnn'lSliot" Sem^ion 
KlbelAllet Maenary Chriatsegongur Job 

KvanaEL Mgura Kar.iardStulblo Jno 

Kverett Cop A E.Marlln Harry hharer Jno 
Koran William MoLcodJno Smith Juo D 
Meld George MatrlaeJean Hrhrburt Srauk 
Forner Hcorgw McMeledy Pat Rohursbmann F 
Forner Jo,»eph Marat on W I, iSlngor A 
Forator P 11 Maraon Ocorno Tliino Ltfevcr 
tfriawold F C Moorn V» iillm ETaylor H W 
(lerhartHA Mackay Wm Thlob.'rt Ueary 
Orlor Chirlea >lalory Win Tucker Cbarlps 
fJrrTflin JoaephMoore R A i. CoWorstlnes Cbaa 
(^arno Joseph DMIllor Silvester Whiting Goo H 
tiroomo Jaa W Mci^anicThouuia Webb E 1) W 
Urny Maxwell K'MrM\rta Jno Wareiiska Cbas 
tJreen Patrick MoCaul^-v Jfc CoWohli^r B 11 
(.ray William A.Mct^atlc Mlcha'lWlnalow G W 
(la'nrolson II II Munn Theo.Iu>lWilllania Jas T 
Gehrlug Sehaa'iiMurphoy M L Webb Wm 
Oellinlgoa Mch IMaddon H Wheeler L II 

GroffLR MarahalJno WhIttcreMB 

Hnrria Ctiarloy Mct^rain )ao Wrlngwsl Alb t 
HolTinan Dr Montour Jno Wrgan Joaeph 
Hartley Chaa Slower Geo H Wllllama Jos 8 
Mamiu ;rAugiistMiuger Joaeph 



Subscribed and eworn to bef }re me 
this 14th day of February, IMk.. 
UENBY iiANFUIiD, 
Notary Public, Dane county, AVisconaln. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,) 
State or Wis::om8i», 5 

OKKICK of THB SKCREV of bTATE. I 

K. T. R. Allen, Secretary of the State of Wis 
conain, do hexeby certlf. that Henry Siinford. 
whose name appears subscribed to the aincx(d 
inatmment waa, at the date thereof, a ;>Jotary 
Public residing in the county of Dane, duly ap- 
pointed and 4iiallSod. aad em;.owered by the 
laws of this State to adminUter oith' . take 
acknowledgemeuta of deeda and other iiTitten 
Inatrumenta, aud exerclte all other auch jwwere 
and duiiea aa by the law of Nations and accord- 
ing to oommerdal naage may be exerclai-d and 
performed by Nouiiea Public, and that fall faith 
and credit are due aud ahou'.d bo given to his 
official acta as auch Notary. 

In witncaa whereof I have hereuato aet 

1 ■"-^ . my hand and affixed the groat *eal ef 

j SEAL [ the Suti.' at the Capitol In Mi.diion, 

-»-'»- ' I hIa fourteenth day of Febraar /, 1866. 

T. 8. ALLEn, 

becietar; of clat.-- 

SrATEOKUlMMKSOTA, I 

Tke.vsuhkk'sOffick, j 
TheMadi^M. Mutual iLsurance Company, of 
Madlaon, Wifconein, ha\iog fnlly compliid with 
the rtqairementa of an act entitled "An act to 
amend an act entltle-l act to regulato ins uance 
companies not Incorp'i-atod by t o .State o I Min- 
neaota," apv.rovfd tho twenty third day f f Bep- 
temb«r. one tbou<ant Hi;;h' hundfd and (.ialy- 
two, I hereby certify that said Company la au 
thorlzed to tran!.act bu<:lDoi-B In this Mate. 

Witness my hand and aeal at the city of 
T"^--"^ . St. Paul, ttiia twenty fourth day of 
: SKAL. I February, one thousand eight bun- 
«»-,-».. > dred and aixty-slx. 

CHARLES SCUEVFi.R. 
_, State Tress irer. 

PcrEjiii, McscH, Deputy. 
feb28-iw 



IITTELIiiaENOEI OFFJCE. 

HELP lirPPa.IBD OM SHwrnT 
notice. Four Cooka wanted. Apply at 



feb.28 sun.&wed* 



A. WALSH'S. 

Third St , 8t. I'aul. 



WHAT 



M[8CBLI>aNROUS. 
-Ager.t of Grover ft Baker'a Sewlnfl Ilaohlna Co. 

J.1I.8TEWART, P. M. 



Oirit^aCBiir Commis.sakv ScnsiiiTEncE, 

DiSTXICT OF MlNNRSOTA, 



■} 



presume,) bo also entitled 
themselves of the Homestead 



tion act. 
Js not this enough ! 



tO cvail 
J^recmj). 



^mOieSumoer. 



Baist Paul, Misn., Feb. 28, 1806 
1 h 'r« will lie ottered for sale at Pnblio Auction 
at this oinen, on Monday, the 5th diy of March, 
IBAi^, at 1'2 o'oi'ook. M., the following ooDderosed 
anbiistenoo sborra, to wit ; 
Four (4) barrels Pork. 
Five (i) barrela Fiour. 
One ( I) barrel Corn Meal, c^M poundi.l 
Torma oath,|^ U.S. funda. 

.JOSEPH G.C&AXE, 
^rcTM Major, C. 8., V. 8 A. 
St,|E>aal,Fel>,t4,)j^l 



I5CTS.AWEEKWILLD0 



If aaved, It will secure yon a poli<y for 
$2,600 In the NEW TORK ACCIDENTAL IN- 
SURANCE COMPANY, 

at Morgan ft MoCloud's, Thirl at. 



NEW GOODS! 



An Elegant Aasurtmeat of 

CASSIMERE8. 

Fine Ooe^tingrs. 

BUSINESS SUITS. 

A full line 01 

Gentlemen 8 Fnrnishing Goods, 

Always on haad. 

Fashionable Garments 

lUadu tc order on suort nolioe. 

T. B. CAMPBELL, 

Jan4 

WHAT 



Paid up Capital $(MN),000. 



U«f*:fBBieat Bund*, C<iiii,LaMd W'ai- 
laata and IfairBrr « d Scrip 

I^OBipt att^-auuu gi > ea to lue votleottoa o< 
<il AKTI%RMAK7-KMK' VUlCUEHla 

aetata lor tbe i-iJ^ ol 

(rum lictrpool and (/ucroatown to New York 
and Aaiat Paul. 

brafta on KugtatuI, IrtUin/l, O'c-miary, rrmv. 

^-lat^ 



N&UoiulI Bank of St Paul 

Paia upCapittU S^CKJ.OOO. 

Tkia Bank I* now la racoe««fu! oprratlon and 
tMders lu sanrioef lo Baaka. Baakm and otkart 
la the traBsaetioB ofkegMmmu^ banking basiaeM. 
DrafVs fnr Snla> on 

laOlTDOK, DUBI.IH, BH£M£ir 

and o' hisr principal Kuri/p'-ai, citi*-. 
CoUeetlona upon all a'>c<-.^ihlr fwint* It th* 
Nortbweat vill tw wilr! and revituxl lor OB day 
?lPSy^»'"0"rrentnUoe of'-xchanre. UiMi^ 
•yt llarlwt Katet p»i4 lor Gold, bUv<-r and For- 
utgB Exchange. I'tH, lUnk U an ag«it tor mb 
MriMtfi.Br t» tbe pouilar L elted t>tat>-a :-3o Loaa 

SSriS?T?' ■*'**» '"'1 'I *^' "«»« t* keut or haika 
lOf MM In eoma of from Flfiy D.aiiri- .j-.wkrd' 
E. 8. EIKiKKIOV Pri-Md<»nt 
JOHH MIfX)Lfl,TI«eP»^d»Ti». 

D. A. MONFORl l^ubiar. 

DIRfilCTO RO : 

i^B^STM^i^ I F. B rA R ^*LL. 

B. PKESLET, IJ. B BRadfjs 

g- f iSSS«^n». JOSEPH daiLet. 

t'/f^SK<- *• * SMITH, 

I. C. dSOKOE, J ISA »«; 8IAf LJt-e 

^ ^ K. 8. KDGKSTOH. 

•t- Paal, Jaly eth. UU 



•ert-iy-ist V 



NATIONAL 

Marine Bank of St. Paul 

PAID UP CAPITAL, f 100,000. 

4 OaiTBILAL BAirciHo BrsuaEKS 1P.ASBAOTeD, 

Gold, SlTw aad Exehaage bought and «> r. 
Oonpona paid. CoUecUoa» promctlr made aid 
r ea ltii ed at earmt rat«e. 

Aceata for the popukr 

7:30 U. H. J_K>au.. 

_ BCWIOH BRADLEY. Profldest. 

JOHH HOLLAND, Vloe Prt-id^nt 

O. B. TURBELL, Cashier. 



IS CTU WEEK WILL DO. 



If eaved, i will aeoare )ou a PoUey for $1,900 
in the NEW YORK ACCIDENTAL 15- 
SUKASCK COMPANY. 

' TT. R. B. ELURIDe*. Aff I. 

at Morgan ft Mcaoud'e, Third st. 



First of the Season. 



NEW PRINTS, 



BLEACHED AND BROWN 



MUSLINS, 



Just Received 



BY KXPrJESS, 






L. C BUJEIT'S, 



140 Tliird iStreet. 



fsb2« 



WHAT 



ISCTltWEEKVIllDO. 



If sared, It will seeare you a policy for 
«2,I00 In tbe NEW YORK ACCIDEITTAL VX- 
BUSAXCS OOMPANT. 

T. m. B. ■I.SmKOCIB, Act, 
at Morgan ft lCeClo«4's, Thln!.-st. 



HOUSES AND LOTS 
(•"OR. mah^b:. 

FKAMK HOUSE. "» '""y- *e«"y convenient 
and in gofid r>-|wir, on McBoal -airect, near Fort 
atrtct. Lot.'.0«iro, or two lota ifdeaired, win 
be aold very low. 

FRA3IK HOUSE, two alories, on Walnut 
atrcct, near Fort aircei, with erery convenience 
good location and a very desirable rraidenoe 

FRAME HOCS€, two eloriea. on St. Anthonj 
Bill, a [lea^ast location, large lot, with bam, ac. 

CtiTTAGKHOCSKon Eighth street, near St. 
Panl'a Epiacopal Chnrch, a fnsg place for a 
amallfamilv. LotJOxloO, 

FBAME HOUSE near Canada street. Lot 
100x100, with liarB— a very deairable pteoe. 

Twenty-live Hoaaei. and Lota In Twiona parta 
of the city. 

UOTF.Lat Dnadaa, Rice eouaty, oa Central 
Road. 

HOTEL at Manomin.on Pacific Road. 

FARM ppar Sbakopee. with brick dwelling 
and fine outbnlldinga. 

FARM.S in all parta of tbe State. 

LANDS— 160 arr«« fenced and calll?«ied alz 
milea from Fort Snelllng. 

Lands ill Dakota, Rice, Hennepin, Washing- 
ton, Ramaey, and other oouutiea — ever 60,000 
acres for pale very low. 

RuaiBe-« and Residence Lota in St. Paul, St. 
Antboay, Minneapalls, Superior and other 
places. 



John HoUaa4 
E WHoliMa 
O. B. Tjum . 
D. Saaford, 
•fti-aiy 



\>ireotors. 

ICProal, 
I D. Waila, Jr., 
Bdward Webb, 
IVrvtOB BraiSer. 



WHAT 



I5CTU WEEK WILL DO. 



U saved, It will secure you a policy of 
♦2.600 In the NEW TORK ACCIDENTAL IK- 
6UBAKCE OOMPANT. 

T. a. ». sriaiftaDcr. Ar't. 

at Morgan ft McClonde, Thlrd-st. 

HUMAN HAIR. 




TO R.EN'X'. 

That deairable Reaidence, with fiT« or aix aorea 
of land, altuated on the left of the Stillwater 
road, beyond thfl reeldence of Henry Hale, Esq. 
commanding a fine view, fto. We will rent tUa 
Sue property for a term of fears to a good tea- 
ant. 

Also two or three am all hoaset in the city 
to r«nt. 

Lease ol atore for a ale. three years to rua, in 
MoSkt'a Caatle, near Fourth street. 

MOSGAH ft M'CLOUD. 

feblS let" 



FIOREKE SEWING MKHim 



/^opif 9w TmM maromT or 

COMMITTEE OF AWARDS, 

FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE, 

Ne-w "V-'orli, October, 1865. 



Xo she Floreace ■««< lag; Sacklac C;, 

for the Beat Family Sewlaf Ms- 

clila«— Uls^hcst PraaaiMM. 

eoM »etlal. 



REASUNF. 

l»t. Its etinplioity and great range of work. 

al. Ita nraking four different atllcbea, vU , the 
Look, Knot. Double Lock, and Double Knot. 

.•W. The reversable f.'ed motion, operated by 
aimply t'lrning a Thumb .Sirew, enabling the 
operator to ran tbe work to tbe right or 'otbe 
left, and couvculencc of eell-faftonlcg the eada 
of aeama. 

4th. The perfect flnli-h and eubalantial manner 
in which the machine is made. 

3th. The rapidity ot its working aad tbequatl- 
ty of the work done. 

Hh, Tbo ■«U-adJusUng Tension. 

Au Inviilce ol tbeae aupcrior MactUaesjuat rr- 
oeived and for sale by 

I^. P. FISHER, 

Oeneral Agent, 260 Third street, 

SX, PA.VLj, MINN. 

N.R. Machine Sewing done. Thread aad 
Sewing Silk lor sale. 
ieb3i\lmUt^ 



Brid«« Sanare, St. Paul, 

WIG MAKER, 

(FROM NEW TOEK., 

A i.Aac»B ASsoBT»K!rT or 

FineHairGoods,LoDg: Braids, 

CURLS. lAMOt, FRONT PIECES, 
Wigs, Half Wigs, Side Braids. 

ALWAYS ON HA.ND. 
■*• ^rtcM which Defr C*ar«>Mii*m. 

All goods warranted to be made in th- moat 
carefal and taateful manaer. 

Ortlers by MaU or Expreaa wiU receive i.romi.i 
attention. ' • 

Prirate rooma forLadles'Ualr DrfaaiagJiham 
pooing an j Dyeing. 

The only Brown Dye applied and for aair 

ParUcular attcaUoa to Ladies' aad Chllercna 
Bair Cutting. 

BRIDGE SQUARE. ST. PAIL 
B|*-ly-lei' 

TO THE TRADE. 

Just Received I 

lOO Doz Axes, 
50 Doz Wood Saws, 
SO Doe Ames' Shovels. 
20 Doz Heat Cutters, 
20 Doz Grain Scoops, 
20 Doz Stave Baskets, 

100 R. R. Wheelbarrows. 
\5 doz Little Giant Clothes Wringers 

BlGELOW, MCRDOCK ft CO. 
■oreBber k, latt. 

■cbl»-l*-lat< 



rrHB JPLA.CE' 



IV BUT 



BOOTS & SHOES 



PK. **IMONXON, 

UEMTIST, 



iBurreioll'a Block, 3d atiert, Paal 

PHioKH-Teetb oa Valeaalte, ••• prraat 

bert OrtW Flllloc*. ^iM to $4.00. •aaal-l? 



D 



T l< V B B MB. 



We have now oa haa4 a largo stoofc ol 
BtiilcUiis Ijaml>«r, F'enoins, 

t*iokets, A-o., 
Whioh we otih- for sale at the loireet pttatt 
Lamber yard on » ' rat Street. 

ANKBNY.itOBIIfBOB ftCLBMSHT, 
KaaaAotarers of Laaibar, 
r-li-ut«* MlaaaavaUs. Waa 



COmNQS, WOOD & CO., 

(Snccoasora to WAiaOK, DKXaNoaa ft CO..) 

luiuFAoriiys ami Miun » 
BREAD, CAIK8, CBACIIBS^ 

AXI> 

CONFECmOPTBRY. 

Wo are prepared to ftimlsh erery dascripttoa 
of the aboTS articles in anr desired qaaamr. 
Brery deserlptloa of Bakery done to orasi . wo 
warrant all goods a No. l article. Orders from 
the ooantry aoUollad and promptly ailed at the 
lowest cash price. 

Cash paid fbr Bvttku, Laed, and Eoaa. 
CaU at the 

Northwestern Steam Bakery, 

Comer Robert street aad Lerce. 
JaaU-ly 



l-> AT 



PRATT & HU6HS0N8, 
No. til Ho^cK' Block, Tbird-st, 

de«7-ly'latli 

WHAT 

15 CT5. 1 WEEK WILLI 



If saved. It «iU aeoare >on a policy f.r 
•2,400 in the NEW TORK ACCIDENTAL IH 
SVRANOK COMPANY. 

T. B. B. ■l.DBKDCtB. Aft, 

at Korean ft HcClonda, Thlrd-st. 

LaiklklP GK>OI>8. 

We have now oa tead a large atock ol 

Dlthrldpre H and XS\ Chimneys, 

Also 

COMMON CHIMNEYS. 

Lamps of all Varieties and Prices, 
LAMPAND CANDLE WICK, 

Warraated equal to tho best ia use. 

The above goods will be sold to the trade at 
very low rate*. 

POLLOCK, DOSALUliUN » OtiDKK. 
Ualoa Blook. Third at.. 8t Paal. IDaa. 
)aal-dftwlylat^' 



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tl.iK- ivr MX m.MiiK-. *1 ■>«' '"f '""■•' 

JO r«iil» IT ,'nf iii>Miili »'.,.>.,. 



■nnani; 



Uo wore a halt' loilitarjr cloak, but | to wWgti >k fsatber's weigbt in ilcsi^uadng 
loUtln;; wM of .1 1 the poiiX ot its loi ition. wkh meu who 
rtnlly UtiJcntiitid flio wauti of tbe iueti- 
tuuoii and the lui- »ii» to bo employitl in 
rt'stcriDg the uiitorlunutti ul our citi^eus 
to lli^'iusclvcs aud tricudii. 

MINNESOTA. 



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1m> than D»-"y ratw. 

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wntJ yt«t - . - 
oea:a p*r > ,-ii. . - 

«. A:t»ruey? crierlau In leg»lailT6rti»''aicnts 
»reteg»rJ'! ■- < ■-• uutable for the cost of the 
■•me, an: 



:tMrst ptt<ft:<aipr«tt>d 
1- anaum additlooal for 
> J it .V cout.< yet j^iuaro 

lLic above 5TH.VS, and 
•:ian «1. 

'i}' and \VeckJ;,two 

■ I. 'y rate. 

Wet-IUT alono, |l.cv 

ruoD, and &C ceatt p«r 

v.onj, for auy poriod 

-r lluo? mouths, oue 

fnt adiecti?oments,75 
■:~t io^ertian, asd37S 
.'aiitional iusertion. 



.. a *;t-v'ial af?Teem»nt to 
iIiiT party. 



uo ttiia. 

notLilus I'ls" -'^*-'"' 1*' 
markod chai;n'lci. 

— lilt' W.i;hingtou i-.irrcspouJcnt ol 
th« lio-ii<u J'riniil says : •' I'bo Ucbato ou tho 
ron^litutioual auicuUiuont U so liri'tomc tiiat 
ScuMor Ki-*stui.)oa u losini; lil-i u-mrcr. Uo 
>:avc t^^^tll•o yesterday that ho >houM beooiuo 
ilHarreUonio noM week if the iiel>ato ilid not 
l>ri It til N\ itb luon) iliitpiteb It Is saitl that 
Ihe amentlmcut « ill l>o afiVaif.l. If it :> tUo 
railieals may prepare to go iatt*.ii luiuonty. 
for the enuuiry is uot reatly to adopt tho es- 
iieme i-laiis ot Mr. Sumner, however just 
they luay !)♦.•. Mr. Fei-seuileti, I understaud, 
iloi's not tIe*pHir of hl^ amenduieuf , and ho is 
.1 lu>»t in hhuseir, aud luay earry it thrtmjth." 

-'I'ho Pftroit Tnttuii: suggests that 
the d ifereni I>emoer«tie meetings held in dit- 
fereut plaees I'n the .'JJ inst, were not »o 
much to iivc IVmocralie support to the I'rca 
cdiiit. as 10 ludiue the Trestdent to give at.p- 
pi'.-; to the democrats. 

— Tbc report that Kev. lloraie .laint s, 
.lijcut of the Irecdmen's bureau in North Car- 
oUua, was rcc.Mitly maltreated in >Va>hiuK- 
ton, Ueauiort county, •,» comradii;;i;J l>y Mr. 
James himseU, who says, "no person, either 
m Ucaulort c>.>uuty or iii I'ltt Cviuuty, where 1 
roe'.de, has evcc uiU'red iu my hearing; a dis- 
courteous word, or ivmBiitieJ aa ungcutlc- 
manly act." 

—John Uobuison, ot Mailisoii, Wis., 
wb:ic tirmg a national salute iu that city ou 
the 2-d, had bi- right arm blunu utl" by a pre- 
mature discharge of the c.inuon. 

—A correspondent of the Kocbester 

['tini.\-rat. writing from Mi>.-i!^.<ippi, says : 

Not long since a negro came to uic with a 
troubled t-ountcuaace, saying, '• I want to ask 
you a serious iiu«stion ; when is the law torn- 
ins '•''"' • " ^''" '* " ^'"^^y wiJc-sprcad idea 
aiiiong the colored pupulation, that some law 



THE VETO MESSAQi. 



<»l>iiiiuu«i ul tke Prehst. 



ItAUIc.vL Uhl-t'UUCAN JOUMNAlti. 
I'rciii Hit" New Verk Tribuue 

Mr Jobuson bas lutde a ^rave luulake. 
lie lias niliuved those who eleotod biin uf 

a f^rcai n spnnsibilifv by taking it on his 
own (ihoulilers. llcrealter, whatever 
wn<ii{;t may be iiillictol upon or auU'ered 
by tho s.iuthrrii blacks will be charged to 
tiw l're!>itlciit, who has tett them naked to 
their ciu-mie.s. Tiinc will show that he 
h.is thereby piccludeil a Hue aud speedy 
reatoratiou ot the south, uud inllicted 
more lasting misery en ht;r whites than 
oil her blaL-ks. 

l-i-om llnf Washiiigtoa Lbruuiclc. 

It is another warning to that over-con- 
tideiit belici, that, when tbe traitors were 
crushed on the tield o! battle, their influ- 
ence was deatl in the tields ol civil lile ; 
tbtit. w.;er> driven bowling from the thea- 
tre ot war, aud silenced by the sacrifice 
ot luillious of treasure and hundreds of 
thousands of lives, they would not dare 
I to endeavor to rtturn to power and to 
dominate in the t'ational lOuucils, to the 
exclusion uf loyal lecn aud to the pro- 
scripiioii of the heroic delenders ol the 
I rcptibliu. ri:e surrender of was only the 
1 beginning ot a new njbellion. The de- 
tca!c<l traitor threatens again to become 



is to matenally bcnetit their condition and the triumphant dictator. Kven irom bis 
alter their relations toward the whites. ! stony cell in Fortress Monroe the chief 
Whence this Idea orig.natetl it i.-^ dimoult to ' ^-ouspirator mav becin to mdulge the hope 
sav ; and in their nuntls « basno m-re den- , _, _'..._. ;,_.• .1 °c . < .u i' •» 1 

the Senate of the L nited 



SlStt t;LL«.^KOl H ITE.HM. 



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LiDcoIu lies cu- 
. latelv ooened and 



Lh be sleeps. raiscJ_ 



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— Th.' \ i 
tom'oed a; - 
tlie hJ of ilic 
His featur?s 
Their eu. 
them. 1 
martyrt i 
National "-. 
mi^ht >.-. 
body 13^ 
tlon of 
cnieJ. !-t; 
wi'Ji ths s..;"^ 
of the *e: 
with tlic - 
till they 
men:. 

—Fur . 
aew -h V 
•how tba: 
idea of :: 
fpreaJ al : . • . 
has spread - 
tria, Spa: ; 
Ul B«;ii:L .. 
Booxa. 

— Jobn Blinchard of Somh Weymouth, 
Mass , coniciiiud ? '....Jo 'uv hanging, on 
Tuesday Usi. 

— Owing to r:-%ir;.3m business, Mr. 
Lather Colu : WaiU?, Me., hunj 

himielf on Sl;, ..v -v.. 

— In renr?\!- ai:'a, General John W. 



rei-ognuaWe. 

d !o preserve 

as thoio 01 the 

i.riiitiee c>f the 

.^.;;aijii. that they 

lia; presence of the 

.tisuance of ■ resoln- 

Tte ;aJ ceremony 

LiK'-ltljwn and sealed 

■v- .v>> vu::on. Ihe door 

.a closed and sealed 

. remain undisturbed 

:Ue Natunal Mona- 

.s el the Trichina, tbe 

.1- :: I- properly called, 

r'.i i:ave but a slight 

I" tbe public. It lias 

Uurgarj, Lavaria 

.iJertnt parts of PriiSsia, Aus- 

. >-. i.-i causing creai alarm 

. .usiilcrable ejciiement in 



' tejiiv-'.uv , 



Geary :^ 
Of. the I 
for Go-- 
other hiSL , 
of the -•?ta:i. 
and th-.t ' 
»h' u.d '.. 

— Th 
anti^''- " 
m' it 
K:- 
ren. 

spirit oj lu - 
we shoti .: 
acoloijy. 
lentlDf .'■ 
aiie in;.. 
to ieaviEi-- .! 

-Mrs. > 
noyed ly 
perform 1 
the S<.>a 
leuer t-j 
Sfiet, dt. 
unce; i 
her late 
bonds, ;. 
tor her. 
in want. . 
relief pr 
dooed. 1 
has lieea : . 
aad charr.a...-i 



uppcrtcd by the Vaionists 

' f !Le State as candidate 

. -Ii j'^uruais, on the 

..u tiiii the Western portion 

"utii.'cd to the Governorship. 

\ }■'• ■-!. !k '. 1 is the man ivbo 

.ri; (Va. ) Bcrari. 

-: ' that several I'f the 

■ ns of Caroline and 

-eriuusly contemplating .-i 

.'.ui not Maximiii.in. The 

a i> .-i^rin:; hke leaven, and 

I .it nil surprised to learn that 

i .L Ul numbers, aad repre- 

;c3i.>. should speedily orga- 

■ : tlie itdtc, preparat<jry 



■<jt,cr7 i 1 .Jackson is much an- 

^ aud ihcatricai 

...... u ..^cD :;ot up all over 

hcnctlt. She addresses ^ 

the Charleston Daihj 

-■ does not need ass:9 

r fortune and thst of 

: iced m Coniedcrate 

. v. ho is able to provide 

iruiests that she is not 

.at ail the schemes oi 

behalf bha.l be aban- 

iijat the money which 

.1 : -r bcr by oar enthnsiastic 

.uthcm brethren might be be- 



S.1V ; and in their mintls it has no m-re deti- . , ■ 

nite form than that other vague loreboding that °' reiuruiug i 
•• sonietbirp" was t'.'hai'peu about Christmas. I States, there to 
Still, t>y iosterini: it they have unwittingly 
workcti a great benefit to themselves ; for this 
idea wjs one great reason why for a long 
time they rciuscJ to hire out, until tbe plant- 
ers were lonvd to otVer much higher wages 
than they were at lirst wiUiiig to concede. 
Tbe cilicer'* of the Krcediiicu's bureau, in 
their atldresses to tlic nesroes at various 
pomts, speak partieui.-irly of this " law coming 
tmt," and endeavor to disabuse their minds of 
tbe idea that they ate to be ait\.inced by any 
thioi; but their own e.xertious. 



-f- 



stowed apca the widows of men starved to 
death at .Vr.dersoville and Belle Isle. 

— Th<} B&<»ton c-Trespondent of tbe 
5pr.agf;. .isbcs the following; 

"ThecLi: _. — -, -2ip is tbe engagement 

of one 01 Boston's heiresses, Miss H . 

She his been abroad three or four years, has 
seen everybody, aad is now adorning Wash- 
iogtoa 80ci«y. A young Boston lawyer re- 
cently visited the capital for a few days ted 
came home engaged to her. The nine days' 
wonder seems to bo Umt she has - known him 
all her aft." The greater reason, 1 should 
think, why the should consent to know him 
intimately during her future life. By the 
way, the ctficers of the lately returned 24ih 
Massachusetts regimen; seetn to have made 
sad havoc with the hearts of the 'JiTst families' 
of Virginia. Why a young lady should refuse 
Wade Hampton and Fit^hngh Lee, and con 
sent to wed a ' niudsUI,' Kichmond bon ton 
can't see." 

— One of tl.. l).ii.o<;fa»ic organs of 

New York, .li-..'.<'^. r-iu liicor,t< ^ays 

■ 'The examples of gre.it men fimousio war, 
in statesmanship, in religion, in love of their 
country and of thPir fellow men. should he 
held np tjt iuiitalit>n. i-'t;r .'>oniliern youth, 
Calhoun, Alt/crt Sydn> y Johnston, f^toncwali 
Jackson, Leonid-is I'o'k, among the de.id, 
Roficrt K. L';e, Jcffer-.on Davis, Patrick N. 
Ijn;h, amf ng the living, are tlie true models 
— mjrtyrs f^;r tbe iasd they ioveU, or confes- 
sors in Its cause." 

— The Xutwnal IjilKllijemer contra 
diets the statcni-::nt, ^hich has been extensive- 
ly pub;i.»hei), o! au ,11. nation of feeling be- 
tween the rrciiat;.-. aai Uen. Grant, in con- 
sequence of th-: sappression and reviTal of tlie 
Richmond Bxatnincr. 

—'.a th<i Pennsylva ia^ienat;, on 1- ri- 
dsyDr.Wor.. '^isedaletter to beread 

fromBr. Ur . of Plymouth, Mont- 

gomery coui.- .atcntion to the exist- 

ence and sr .• cattle dfscaie in that 

county. ri tae direase tint made its 

tppearuL , : spring of 18',.5, and sino.- 

then no: i,i.:y !i.n: .> Ijrg'i number of cattle 
died, but nia.ny oi the diseased aai ii ils h.ivt 
been sold to farmers rcsiilent ei.-?w here, thus 
spreading the di^eaic ; and the mtit of the 
dead oatile has i,a,r, sold to a coB*i.leraW-; 
extent in the m.irKtts ol I'hUadelj.hia, some 
of it maao op in the foiL, of E<,logna sausage. 
It has every opp^uraurc of the rinderpest -.nd 
the County Medic ilHoricty and Agricul'tural 
Society are b<jth lavcstigating it. 

—Mils Emily Batcbelder, a school 
teacher of East Montpelkr, Vt , recently 
wh pped a ha f grown boy who .suMyjrnly re- 
Si«t»'d bcr, but wa* hi Id by fome of th" other 
scholars wbiie he received hi', panisbment, 
Tbe tK.ys f«iii. , i.ro. ruled tbe teacher, tmt 
finally wiibd..w tli.. su,t, as public opinion 
was strongly against him. A coUectioa was 

takeii upand Mi^s l;a'i|...',i,,,-a ,,..„„„ , 

1 -"'•'« expenses paid. 

Tha ladies of tbe d.stii.t then presented her 
with a «et of silver spoons and a butter knife 
as en indication that they supported her In 
enforcing discipline. 

— (i«n. K. K. ].<•.;, whoHH visit to 
Washington, at the renucst of the Kcronslruc- 
tion Commlitce, we have already mentioned, 
came there quietly, and flopped .nt the lead- 
ing hotel, wi hout registering his name, so 
that few of the guests knew of his pretence 
till the next day. He shrunk from observa- 
tion as much as possible, though thcro was 



lu«aue A»yliiiu. 

EJit'.rs it. I'aul I'rej". 

i notice hv rour reporis o( the pro- 
ceeilingi of the Legislature, that tLe loca- 
tion of the Insane Asvlutu fjr our State 
is LOW under consideration by that body. 
I also observe, that inlluenccs are being 
brought to bear upoa the members to 
hare it established at tLis or that point ; 
also, that come ore iu favor ot locating it 
at once, without any regard or examina- 
tion ot tht; difltrent points presented, as 
to titaess lor the purpose* sought to be 
obtained, by the expenditure ol the money 
necessarj- for its sticcessftil operation. 

From the natitrc of tbe institution, it 
seems to me that great care and a full 
knowledge of the objects sought to be ob- 
tained, and the me&rs by which those 
objects arc to be obtained, should be well 
digested and understood, before Gnal ac- 
tion is taken, tor this is not an enterprise 
of a few years continuacce and uee, but 
it is for ail comirg time, to lust so long 
as micd shall be subject t j di:;ease. It is 
a peculiar iuatituticu, cne that let^uires 
more care, more nice ccnsidera'ion of 
causes and tll'ects, than any ulLer which 
we as a State are called upon to prepare 
for the unfortunate of tur fellow beings. 
it is an inslifution thar wdl dtm.tnd moie 
outlay to establish, more yearly appro- 
priations than BJ.y other. It is not a 
si.bool Louse, a religious institution, a 
.irisoii house, or medical college, but it is 
all, nh : mote than all, an almost silvan 
retreat, pleasant and beautilul tu the eye. 
calm and soothing to th-; shattered and 
wandering intellect. Its location should 
be one so lovely, so calm and beautiful, 
that ibc raving icanisc who is chained in 
bis cell, shall find relief in contemplating 
Its loveliness through bis iron bound win- 
dows, for the ol'ject of the institution is 
to calm and harmonize the mind of the 
lunatic and restore liui to himself, bis 
friends iind ccmmunity a bappv and use- 
ful being. This being tip- great object, 
its great end and aim, bow careful should 
the members of our Ltgidature, be in 
the selection ot the place of its location, 
how absolutely necessary is it that men 
who have a knowledge ol this class o: dis- 
eases, who fully compre! end tie magni- 
tude of th'-' enterprise who are above par- 
tizanship, political intltienees, and the in- 
fluences of the almighty dollar, should be 
selected to seek out this retreat, this 
home for our affl ctcd nc'ghbois and 
friends. 

There are other considerations which 
should be well eoasidired, anc — 

1st. A point whrre buildin? material of 
kll kinds can be bad in abundance and at 
a cheap rate, such as ston.; suitable for 
building purpsses, brick, lime and lum- 
ber. 

2d. Where pure and fresh water can 
always he had in snfBctent ijuantities for 
all purposes. And 

3d. Where fuel can be obtained in a 
cheap and easy manner, and in abun- 
dance for all coming time. 

The.se are three impovtaiit things iu 
economy, which demand dose attention, 
and tanool be eatisfac'orily known, but 
by a close examination. How shall it be 
dotie.' Shall ihe <intiio legislative body 
visit the ditTerent jiointa proposed, as 
they have Faribault, and each member for 
himself make au eximination? This 
wonj)d be unnei cssary, for disinterested, 
honorable and competent men can be 
found to do so, at a small expense This 
would [lut tie legislature in the posses- 
sion of the knowledge so desirable for 
their proper acticn. li would allow tbem 
to art wi jf.Iy, understandingly aud for the 
best interest of the institution aud the 
State Hut who shall compose this lom 
mittee? Shall it be lawyers, farmer-, 
mechanics, preachers, physicians, or poli- 
ticians ? h eeeras to me that of all the 
different prolessions and calling-., that the 
physician is the most proper. Now, let 
thrto of x^ui most uilelligent physicians, 
who bave had experience and obsetva- 
t on in tbj treatment of 'h'l insane and 
lo(;«tionh of retreats for their cure, ex- 
amintj and report all lacfa. This will 
sef^lr; the matter at once. For instan :e, 
let them examine BocKerttr and Waba- 
shaw, two poitits wfci'ih are mentioned as 
proper lor its location. The follow ng 
lut.-tioriS will then ari^e : Ist. Which o' 
the points present Ihe nioH beautilul and 
Striking landscape of earth and water, 
which woud be most likely to attract and 
inlerest tbe shattered intellect of the 
pa iont. 2 J. Which point promises the 
building materials of the best and cheap 
est rates. 3d. Which point will furniab 
fuel in the greatest abundance and the 
cheapest rate. 1th. Which point will 
furnish pure and fresh water at the least 
expense. If Kocheatrr, then Rochester 
IS the place ; if not, then Wabashaw is tbe 
point. 

It is not where tlin most land or tbe 
most money will be given, to put tip the 
bmldin^;s that ji the point. Such influ 



re-assert that fatal su- 
premacy which encouraged secession un- 
der one administration and precipitated 
it against .<mother. 
From tho Detroit Advertiser and Vribune. 

Having, by a stretch of power most 
dangerous and unprecedented, taken the 
whole subject uf reeoustrucliuu out of 
tbe hands of Congress, where it belongs 
— having opposed every ellbrt of Con- 
gress to regain rights which be bad 
usurped ; having uienacrd that body 
through contrived conversations for pre- 
suming to exercise convictions of its own, 
be now assumes to ii^slruet it who shall 
sit in its own body! Tbe autocrat has 
fed so fat on power that he cannot toler- 
ate even a semblance ot authority iu the 
representatives of th 3 people. 

Tbe purport of this message is plain. 
It is defiance of Congress. It is defiance 
of the popular will expressed through 
that body. It seeks an occasion for quar- 
rel and makes the points of dissent so 
broad that only baseness aud treachery 
can bridge over tbe chasm. The Presi- 
dent turns his back upon tbe men trho 
made him, and throws bim!)elf into tbe 
arms of the Soutli where he eime from. 
The nod of the Southern aristocrat has 
turned the head ot his violent denouncer. 
There is no doubting that he means worse 
than he says. Wc are sold out, ditt 
cheap, and a thrill of conscious power 
will penetrate every corner of rebeldom. 
Will Congress yield in this emergency ? 
We conjure that body to stand firm I It 
IS now tbe only reliance of tbe country, 
and it may yet become its solemn duty to 
impeach the President. 
From the Cincinnati Gazett •. 

Before examining the President's spc 
cilic objections to the bill, we shall notice 
bis assumption that be is tbe embodiment 
ot lh»( whole people, while Congress on- 
ly represents certain districts. This is 
contrary to the whole letter and spirit of 
our constitution, which makes the legia- 
laturc the re[ire3entative of the sovereign 
people and tbi; paramount power iu tbe 
government. There is no limit to execu- 
tive assumption upon this theory. By it 
tbe legislature would be made the mere 
register of executive edicts, and to be 
denoun<:ed as iu lebellion if it hesitated, 
as it was recently in the response to the 
Virginia delegation. The pretension is 
tbe more remarkable in one whom the 
people did not elect to the ollicc of Pres- 
ident. 

Froat thtt lUssouii Hi mscrat. 

The country is relieved. Andrew 
Johnson has defined his position. Tbe 
cherished illusion that he b^d defined it, 
in accepting the Uidoit nomination at 
Baltimore, he has graciously dispelled, 
a la John Tyler. With profouudcst re- 
gret, we find President Johnson standing 
luUy and squarely, for every practical 
purpose, on the platform of the Copper- 
head parly. lieluctantly wc are driven 
by his own utterances to abandon the 
hope that, though be might in some re- 
spects prefer mudern Democratic views 
to those of the iiepubliean masses and 
leaders, he yet would prove substantially 
true to Lis country. In the relut;tance 
with whi h we dismiss that hope, and in 
the sorrow that we are compelled, to re- 
lin(^uish it, no one can possibly misunder- 
stand us. Mever had a Chief Magistrate 
a grander opportunity for blessing his 
people and mankind, or a greater need 
of patriotic support to enable him to con- 
summate bis task. It was therefore a 
duty to confide in him, while there ap- 
peared a reasonable probability that dis- 
trust could only increase that task. He 
has now made trust in him no longer pos- 
sible or patriotic, for he has deliberately 
avowed as his own the principles and 
policy of the party of luin, and has re- 
pudiated the principles and policy 
of the party of safety. Henceforth 
he must go bis chosen way with the for- 
mer, while tbe friends of nationality and 
freedom must and will adhere to the only 
principles (hat have saved or can yet res- 
cue the Repoblic. 
Frtm the .Spiingfieid > 111.; Jouronl. 

There is no use in attefhpting to dis- 
guise the fact that the President's veto ot 
tbe national freedmen's bureau bill was 
not generally anticipated by tbe Union 
party of the country, and that it it will be 
received by most Uepublicans with feel- 
ings of mingled pain and surprise. So 
far as we are concerned, we freely con- 
fess that we are greatly disappointed. 
Frjin till! Cioveland Herald. 

The President has proven false to him- 
self, to his glorious war record, to bia 
pledges to the colored people of tbe 
the south, and to the party which elected 
him, by thus placing himself with the cop- 
perheads and rebels in opposition to a 
mea'urc, absolutely necessary for the 
Southern Unionists, black or white, and 
will have cause to regret it to the end of 
a very brief political existence, and for 
all Lis life ther<'affer. 



law bal been ve.tdid, is of far Im« inipor- 
tanee tban that tbe veti) has been acc«in- 
panied'tiy eapreacions that sttMi to dem- 
onstrat* an existing antagonism which 
may not iiiduvil beoomo the source of in- 
evitable disaster, but in which tbe nettle 
danger lies enveloped. We eannotthere- 
lore, unite with the Demouratic presses 
and politicians, iu their extravagant 
laudations of the President's course. 

iOl-PKRIIKAb JUl'UNALK. 
From tiki) Huw V urk World. 

Neither' detl'erson uor Jackiiou, our 
two great Democratic Presidents, ever 
assorted with such fearless and ringing 
emphasis, the fundamental prin:;iplea ot 
civil liberty as President Johnson hau 
done in this message ; fur uo occasion 
arose under their admiuistralious calling 
for such vigorous defence ot all that Iree- 
men hold dear. It i« truly reviving, af- 
ter what the country has gone through 
tor the last five years, to see the habeax 
corpus, trial by jury, and other invalua- 
ble rights so boldly asserted by the Pres- 
ident of the United States. Some fanatic 
of the Thad. Stevens stripe said, the first 
year of the war, that tbe constitution 
must be rolled up and laid away 'till after 
its close. President Johns :)n has taken 
it down and unrolled it ; aud, what is more 
he has tbe good faith to acknowledge 
that it meaus what it saysT 
From the New Ycrk Herald. 

The freedmen's bureau bdl has, at the 
hands ot President Johnson met with the 
tate which it deserved, tie has, with 
bis objectionr, sent it back to the Senate 
— the body in which it originated — he has 
given it the veto, and a very broad, strong, 
comprehcnsivo and emphatic veto it is. 
From the Indimapalis Journal. 

President Johnson has now. both by 
his words and acts, placed himself square- 
ly on tbe Democratic platform, squarely 
at the haad of tbe Democratic party, and 
wc accept him with infinite gratification. 
He has placed himself squarely against 
tbe whole policy and action of the madly 
destructive, constitution breaking Repub- 
lican party. 
From the Milwaukee Mew^. 

Th? people of this country can never 
express sutEcient gratitude to Andrew 
Johnson for his manly and patriotic 
course in placing his foot upon the freed- 
men's bureau bill. His message is a bold, 
au unselfish, a Jackson-like vindication 
of the federal constitution and the rights 
of the American people thereunder. Sur- 
rounded by embittered disunionists, the 
President dares to employ the highest 
powers conferred upon him by tbe cousti- 
tution to protect the p.'-ople from wrong, 
aud the nation from disintegration and 
ruin. 
From the Detroit Free Fresj. 

Every patriot and respecter ot the con- 
stitution of the United States will cordial 
ly indorse the Presidential veto of the 
above iniquitous act of Congress. 
From tbe QufTalo Courier. 

President Johnson has vetoed tiiat un- 
constitutional, disunion measure, known 
as Ihe freedmen's bureau bill, as we were 
confident he would. In fact, he could 
not bave done less without the plainest 
violation of those principles which ho has 
repeatedly stated would be the guide of 
bis administration. 
Firm the Clsvelaad I'laindPi'ler. 

Accepting as truth the ill-natured in- 
sinuation of one of our cotemporaries, 
that the President has in this instance 
gone over to the democracy, be has on- 
ly been true to himself and his antece- 
dents, that an overwhelming majority of 
his countrymen will stand oy him in a 
coarse so obviously right, and so undeni- 
ably constitutional and just. 



<»liif iliinl Irom the crucible ot the brain, 
was made by Mr. DougUis, when speak- 
ing o I Mr. Liiieola'tt character, ana that 
P[rowtli which was so mark»d u character- 
iitii', h" Haid, ninoiig other things : " He 
did nut begin by proclaiming himself a 
MoBPs and end by becoming a Pharaoh." 
It Was received by the most rapturous 
applauie. Another pungent btalemcail 
was when, speaking ol reconstriielion dis- 
eiissioiis, he alluded to the talk about 
whether tbe rebel Sf&tes were in or out 
of tilt! Union. He said " one thiiit; was 
certain, the Union was out of them." 

CtiL. W. 8. HiLLYKK, formerly tftien. 
(iraiii's btatr, in a speech recently deliv- 
ered beioro a meeting ot military men in 
New Voik, said. 

•' Them was a conspiracy now hatching 
at AVashingtoii to depose tho President. 
The argument was, that Tennessee was 
not a loyal State, and that Andrew John- 
son, being a 'renuoBseeau, was not eligi- 
ble to the othce. A joint resolution 
would pass Congress declaring him a 
usurper, and alt the horrors of the French 
revolution would follow. We must op- 
pose this conspiracy and defeat it, there- 
by showing tho enemies of the Union, 
both iu and out of Congress, that those 
who fought for its preservation still re- 
cognize tJie stars and stripes." 

The Xalional IiUellijenctr, tbe org^n 
of President Johusou, gives credit to this 
monstrous piece of intelligence, and the 
President iu his recent speech adopts it 
as truth. 



EiLARNMnT OF THE " PRllt. 



Tbe l..ui-K(>Hi l*u|»i>i 

IVUIIIlW<!!>t. 



Iu Ibc 



Notiuoti of the Stato Vross. 



i»n the part of wme an evident dcsiro iq lion- j cncM should not aijd will not be aUowcd 



CO.N-SKKVATIVK U.M'J.V JOURNALa. 

From till! New 'V'ork Tiicss, 

To interpret his veto of this particular 
measure as an act at variance with the 
scope and direction of the national policy, 
would bo a .declaration of non confidence 
more fatal to coiuplet-: and cordial resto- 
ratioi than all the acts of secession that 
wi-ri! ever passed or conceived in the 
rebel Stales. The President abates noth- 
1.1;; of his oft expressed desire to sec full 
and ample protection extended to tbe 
Freedmen of the South. He is now. as 
he has been through the most trjing 
crisis of the rebellion, profoundly and 
solemnly impre-iscd with tho belief that 
the question of union is paramount to all 
others. Aud we arc bound to believe 
bim when he tells us, in tbe opening 
sentence of this veto message, that it is 
" with protoiiiid rep.ret" he has come to 
the, conclusion that "it. would not be con- 
sistent with the publio wt Kare" to give 
his approval to the measure. We are 
also b^iund to believe that a measure 
which sh'juld assuri! to the freedmen the 
same protection which the jiresent was 
denigned tu provide, and which should 
ofTtjr fewer points open to objection in its 
detail.'*, would meet with a ready assent. 
From the Albany Kveuing Jouruil. 

We were prepared to learn that Mr. 
Johnson differed with' Congress ai to 
some of the features of legislation adopt- 
ed, and hoped to find this difTcrence such 
as conW be sati8tact,only adjusted. But 
we had not looked for a broad and sweep- 
ing disapproval of principlcB Tital to the 
future welfare ol the couptrj-. wiiicb, we 
cannot, conce il from ourselves,, are em- 
braced in the at which haa beicn disap- 
proved. The simple fact tb&t * certain 



The New IVietbod of Trauspur- 
tatiou. 

Frciu tho St, Louis Democrat, til. 

A Cincinnati paper states that an agent 
of tbe Mississippi Valley Transportation 
Company has just made tbe purchase of a 
powerful steam tug in that city for the 
new line about to be established between 
the ports of St. Louis ami New Orleans. 
We are ou the eve ol a grand and impor- 
tant improvement in transportation facili- 
ties — one by no means in advance of the 
demand lor such an enterprise, but, ou 
the contrary, already forccil upon the 
men of the day by the largely increased 
bulk ol agricultural commodities which 
the rich-lands ol tbe Northwest are throw- 
ing upca tbe markets. No railroad ac- 
commolations can be rendered sufficient- 
ly adequate for the purpose, nor can such 
a method of transportation be made eco- 
. nomical enough for the service. It is 
impossible to freight the cheap yet in- 
dispensable article of corn from the inte- 
rior of Minnesota or Illinois to New York 
by rail an<i leave any profit whatever for 
the producer, and the alternative is pre- 
sented of either abandoning the cultiva- 
tion of that great cereal, or of finding out 
some cheap method ot distributing it 
among the distant consumers of tbe coun- 
try. 

With remarkable unanimity the farm- 
ers up tbe river have conclud.'d to aban- 
don tbe artificial channels through which, 
at an enormous expense, they have 
sought tie ealo of their produce, and 
adopt the grand inland sea of the conti- 
nent — the broad and noble Mississippi — 
as the artery through which the life of 
trade and commerce is able to coarse its 
way, no matter what gigantic proportions 
the resources of their teeming section 
may assume. It is to meet this expecta- 
tion of the people of the Northwest — to 
become a link in the chain of connections 
which modern enterprises and necessities 
ara stretching throughout the land — that 
the Mississippi Valley Transportation 
Company are organizing their energies 
and resources. The plan is extremely 
simple in design, and will, upon the first 
presentation, commend itself to the ap- 
proval of every one. The main object 
is to transport frieght at the least possi- 
ble cost. To effect this all expenses 
wh'ch can possibly be dispensed with are 
to be curtailed ; and as these expenses 
are connected with the cost of the vessels 
employed and the expenditures incurred 
iu running tbem, a reform in their con- 
struction, equipment and running outlay, 
covers the entire programme ot the ar- 
rangements. By dispensing with the 
palatial cabins ol our steamers, and the 
retinue of servants required under the 
existing style and system, one half the 
sum can be saved in the building ot a 
boat in the first place, and far more than 
that in its usual expenditures aft«rward8. 
A powerful tug, with accommodations 
only for the necessary officers, and power 
sufHcient to propel a half dozen or more 
large barges, is the method, as we un- 
derstand It. of the new company, for 
transporting grain and other articles to 
the (>nlf ports. This system will admit 
of the most perfect and satisfictory scale 
of economy, and while the river is free, 
and capable in its proportions to invite 
competition to any extent, there can ex- 
ist no possibility for extortion in charges 
or for inadequacy of facilities for all time 
to come. Tbe links of connections at 
tho port ol New Orleans with the leading 
markets of New York and Boston are 
complete, wb le others equally important 
with Philadelphia, Baltimore and else- 
where, ate in successful formation. 

So we go. The spring, now with its 
foot upon the threshold ot our temperate 
clime, will witness the inauguration and 
success of this new enterpri.'se- from St. 
Paul to St. Louis, thence to New Or- 
leans, New York, and onward. There 
is no ground for apprehension that tho 
maL'uificent steamers of the Mississippi 
will go out of fashion through this com- 
mercial innovation. We shall still have 
passenger vessels of the same elegance ot 
appointments and elaborateness of finish 
— very possibly, as they will be exclusive- 
ly, or more particularly, dedicated to the 
passenger business — ot superior ijualities. 
A voyage on the grandest river of the 
world, and through a country oi various 
latitudes and productions, with a contin- 
uous line of cities throughout its whole 
extent, will excite th;: desire of the tra- 
veler for all time to come Tlie new 
metliod injures no older system— .strikes 
at no rivalry — destroys uo established 
interest — hut springs up at a moment 
when increased developments of agricul- 
tural resources an I commercial necessi- 
ties demand its facilities and economy. 



♦ ■ • » > 



A Good Hit. — A correspondent, 
speaking of the late address of Fred. 
Douglass in Washington, says : 

One of the keenest strokes ot wit that 
ever fell from tho lips of a speaker, or 



Rebel C/Olora Destroy-ed. 

When uature or time has planted on the hu- 
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of coineUni^as, replace them with those glorious 
and exquisite black and br>wn liOKen every- 
where deemed llie 

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febudwlm 



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Wtueh, tu the Urat stages ot a cold, acts like 
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removes aud prevents all lliese, and in:<i«re>-, a 
healthy head, K.t elfeets are pleasant and ;«afo, 
even for inl'aiit.4 who .suffer from SuulUes, 

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of U.S., foriWcenfi for one Ikjx, or one dciiar 
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have cured varicoao veljn ar.d external aie'ur- 
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back, for all eiraios or bruises, lor a weak liaek, 
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uu 1. 1. iii!.m.i;itsi.s's i.crrKR. 

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80 invigorate tho circulation arounu thu parti tu 
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th-it I placu them conQdantly at the head ol every 
plaster no'Ar in use. 

Yours, very truly, 

1. T. HENDERSON, M. D. 

fet(> d&wlm 



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priyilefte at least, to say a word in fayor of Dr. 
otritkiamrs remedips, and simiily for the r a?ion 



that we know them to be goid- 
tbat they are represented to be. 



I'l. 



we hrtllevo 
lel):i d-ly 



THE QREAT NEW ENGLAND REMEDY. 
r>T-. ^r, -vv. roi.vVNirs 

WHITE PJNE COMPOUND, 

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eleven year.-*, iu the New Eu);iaiiit .sute.-, where 
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IJ-sion, Ma: I. 
J iU.iti •iiwiiot , 



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M, MARMH*.I.'H ■«»-riCK-ltNI- 
rKD .STAIK.S <IK AMEKH tA — tllf:- 
lltK r <»K MINNK1OTA. 
United istules of America u.-i. lifleen b-irrel.^of 

Spirits, ae.—tJ. H. District t'uurt, District of 

Minnesota— In Kem, 

Wheri-K.', n libel of IntonmUion hatli been 
r:iedonthe t^Oth day or Fctiruarv, IXM. Iu the 
Dl- triol Ciinrt of ilie United .staUM lorl'iellir- 
trlut of .Mlnnqsma, on li^hiiif of the Uuit'd 
.Stales acalnsi tiftet-n t'a^^^•l.^ containing M;:t 
Sl-tOU gallons III sidritf, for the rru.iorHin nub- 
stance as ia mil llhcl eel forlh, viz: Thai said 
ppirlmvro heret fore »i>d sin^e the thinl day 
of March, IsiVi, distiUedsud ma uu fact h red at some 
diitlllery situate In i-aid Kislrict of Minne^'iilii ; 
tha' faiil spirits were iievor intjifr.tid, r/iKujed 
and ;)ryi-f(/ aecirding to the jirjilslousof lieo 
tion .'iJof ihoHCt < t Cougieesi entitled "An Oct 
tu pruvltle internal revenue tu rupp-rt the gov- 
ernment, to pay interest on lh» nunlic debt atd 
for other puriwses,'' approved June 30, IMH. 

ThatKiiil splritn weie sold snd removed tor 
OODNumpllon or haIh from the place where the 
same were distilled iiifhmt lh- ihii/m-iit ,,f the 
dniir.i IliKreon nr any part iherBof.'aci-iirdIng to 
the Rlntiilri In sueh rnsi. nitileand pruvldid. 

And whereas, I, CIIAUI.KS EAT'>N, Marshal 
of the United bUies for t bo Dislrlrl • f Minne- 
hhIo, nndpr and liy virtue of a warrant to mo 
dlpect"d, ifi<ned out ot and under Ihe neul otthe 
ni'Irict (tHuit 01 ihe United Stale.i for the 
Utatrict of Min.esuta.on lh" 'iOlh day of Kcbru- 
ary, lH('.n, have seized th« mid fifteen barrels of 
uplrils as therein coram.'ndtd. 

Now, theref 're, roll e U hereby given to all 
perNonn rliiiining the I'sme. or knowing nr hav- 
ing anything to say why the mme Hhould not be 
cmrtemred us fortelled, nnd he proceedi Iherenf 
dMrihuted according to the prayer rfllin vnid 
libifi, that thev hiMind appear hi'fon'tiii' onl'lfourt 
to lie belli In undforthe Dintriclof Minnesota, at 
St. Paul, in the sild l)i<trict of MinoeHutu, on 
the llrnt Mondty of April, IRfifl, at II o'clock In 
the forenoon ol that day. If tho same shall bo a 
day of Jnrladtction, otherwise on tho next day 
of jurfidiction thermfter, then and there to in- 
terpom a claim for ihe i,ame, and to mak;' tlicir 
allegations in that behalf. 

CIlAS. EATON, U. H. Marshal. 
H . I .. MOSS, U . K. Dlst. Atlornoy. 

Bt^ranl, PeK 23. ItWfl fcKi4 141' 

HMStV HII.I,, ATTOKHS-r AT 
I^AW and Keal Estate Agunt, Uhncca, Mo- 
Lcod county, Minnesota. 
tle«a-ly« 



Iri.'iu tlie Wi> III 'haw llirald. 

TiiK St. P.M'I, Pitrns has taken h leap 
forwHrtli n impruvenienl. by an addiiiou ol 
four culuiuus, it is nu.v k ■Hi voluii.u paper. lAiVV'Elt LKVKU 

b'rom the Lo fiueur Stati'sman. Jvl*-tf 

TiikSt. Paul Pi;Kb>i latne to us last 
evening enlarged tit » nine •••luinn page pa- 
per. Wo have lrei|ii«ntl> loathed the Pai.ss 
tot' n bat seemed to us at least as too strong u 
diiipiisitiiin to exagpcrate, especially in po- 
litical niatteis; liutalU-rall it has no superior 
in enter|irisu in the West, aud Wbecloek, its 
elilef editor, deserves tho thanks ol ibc peo- 
pli) gt nerully, iu !iie ctturts to break down the 
existing trauspoit.ttiun uionupolieit of tbe 
State. Wc rank him now us inferior tu but 
fcA editors 111 the Ciiiled titatcs. 

troiu the St. Pete* Triluue. 

TiiK .St.l'AL'i. Daily Pkkss came to us 
la« evening with anotlier substantial token of 
prosperity in the shape of additional enlarge- 
ment. The Phess is now the largest daily 
pi^ier published west of Chicago, and is con- 
ducted with us marked ability as any paper in 
the West, binee the present proprietors bave 
been in charge, it has been un excellent paper 
in every respect, and is really a credit to 
tbe State ol Minnesota. We heartily congrat- 
ulate the proprietors for their uniform success 
and their enterprising spirit, in giving its read- 
ers a sheet worthy ot every commendation 
and encouragement. 

Prom tiie Preston (Killmore Co-) Eepubhcau. 

Tut: PitK8.s is indispensable tu any 
man who desires to be well informed in re- 
gard to State mutters, since it contains lull 
reports of the proceedings of the Legislature, 
acts passed, proclamations, Statu notices, &e. 
I' deserves to be well supported at this time 
Utt its efforts to crush out tho outraceous mo- 
nopoly and combination entered into betw-een 
steamboat uud railroad lines in the transpor- 
tation of produce. 

From the .Si. Peter Adverti.=er. 

Enlargembnt ok TIIK Pkks.s — The 
St. Paul Pai:ss opened the yc;ir 1866 with a nine 
column sheet. This is an evident sign of 
prosperity. T-c enterprising proprietors de- 
si:rvea libera, addition to their list of readers. 

from iho ituohostir U^puMicau. 
Till-: PicKbis is ably conducted, tearless 
and outspoken, and is arrayed on the side of 
freedom and equal rights. 

Vrom the Houston County Juurnal. 

TuK S.vi.NT Paul PitKts. under the 
new order ot things, is supported liy lour addi- 
tkinaland Eubti^intial culunins which makes 
it the tfruat netrs edijice tfthv Xorthicest, and 
we are glad to see it, as nothing speaks more 
plainly the prosperity of -i city tban the sup- 
IKjrt of its journals, tor it indicates energy, 
wealth, iiiielligente and rclineuieut, lor the 
educated read, the lilif. "a! and nctive adver- 
tise, and wealth builds up and stotks our 
cities. 

From the Monticeliu Statesman 

The Saixt Paul Pue!-.s ha.s been en- 
larged to a nine column pajier. The 1*ukss 
is the largest daily paper printed west of Mil- 
waukee. 

From the Lake City Leader. 

TilK Pricss is so well and favorably 
known that it is neeuiess tu say uu\ ihiug in 
its praise. Next tu a luf il or county paper, 
overy one should take a lirst class news and 
State paper, and where we have such an one 
in our own Stnte, ir sboultl bo snpported be- 
fore sending abroad for other pipers. 

From tliO Winnebago City Honief lead. 

TiiF Frkss is the bsst Local, Political 
and Family journal published in the State, 
and should have the tupport of every man 
in the 8tute. 

From the Houston County Journal. 
Tub St. Paci. Pkkss is one of tbe 
most popular journals west of the Mississippi, 
and u&eds uo cucuiuium irom us. Subscribe 
ror it. 

Fru.-ii ih-f St. Peter Acv* rti«er. 

The Pkess. — We cannot rcler to a 
iKlter newspaper than this, and wo reeom- 
aiend all who v\isti ti prueiire late news, to 
send fur the St. Paul I^kess in preference to 
.lending for Eastern papers. 

From the Mautotville Express, 

Thk, Pkess. — The PitKsshas been, ev- 
er slucc its commencement a wide-awake, en- 
ier(.rising and reliable newspaper, and a zeal- 
ous advocate of Republican principles. 
From theKed Wing Argus, 

The Prk.ss is undeniably a first class 
newspaper and particularly excels in early 
and correct information upon all subjects con- 
nected with the business and growth of Min- 
nesota. 

From tho Freeborn County btaudard. 

St. Pall Pkkss. — For genera! news it 
is undoubtedly tlia best in the State. 
From the Wabishaw Herald. 

Tun 8m>t- Paci, Prfss, always a good pa- 
per, is adding new- features of interest every 
day. It came to us the other day with over 
twenty-five columns of reatiing matter. 'We 
think that is bard t-y beat. The PnEss has es- 
poused the cause of the people against mo- 
nopolies that have for years been crushing 
the life out of the country. 

From the St. Cloud Democrat. 

TuK Pki;ss may very properly bo classed as 
a State institution The industry and enter- 
prise displayed in the news and business de- 
partmcuts, with the strength and vigor of its 
leading articles, especially on all important 
Stato subjects, makes it a' paper well dcscrv- 
faig the patronage and support of every Min- 
nesotian. 

From the Se ikopeo (Scott Co.) ArgUJ. (Dem.) 
Thjs 8t. Paul PuBsa — We can can- 
didly rccoininend this paper — as an interest- 
ing newspaper— to be the bestof nny nowpul). 



J.C.iTn. C.BURIANKACO. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

t'VXHISSION HKiUHUITS. 

AMD AtilCNTii ifOU. THE 
AKorclatUAtM* JDeMpa.c*?li* 



AKD blUL,lt.r niaMCl, 
8X. I»y*.iJAj. 



IVEW FIItlME. 



AT liiATlY JtEDWEN M 

FVoin tliiM Time Out. 



8. K.. PUl NAM, ADOL.PH PA AK. 

Whulesale anil Ktlall 

G K O C E K 8 , 

lOMMlKSIOlV MKKCUAKTS. 

Importers of 
SM:OM£:R.iS A.XlTIC]L.iaei 

European Produce, 

Dealers is 

Green and Dried Fruits, 

and In all klnd^ nl 

Gor. TMrd ft Market Sts., St. Piul. 

Ootober 2, 1»«, octi-tl 



LbTYLES NKW AND KLEVANT. 
St4»ck Eiteubive and Viried. 



ItAbracle^; tUt; largest and moirt complete •«• 
•orlmeut of 



French, English & Americai 
BEAVERS, 

of the very best grade and qiiaUly, lor Overeoatt 
and Salts. Aiss a large stock of 

FOERIGN AND DOMESTIC 

Coatings, Gassimeres, i^c, 



That we will offer for sale lo large or tuail 

quantities, or make Into garmenta. We 

invite ibe atteotlou of gentlemea 

who prefer Clothing, 



9*1 



CHEAPER 



XHLAJ*" XHK 



CHEAPESTl 



D. W. INGERSO.. & CO. 



coaUaue tbe sai<. 1.1 



DRY GOODS 



lX 



8T¥LbH AND rASHioi^ABLK, Wholesalc and Retail, 



FOR ST. PAUL DIRE(3T. 

The Iiforthern lane Fackdi 

CAI'Xy\.IN A.. B. aOLl-Y. 

Will have Pittsburgh for St. Paul and Dter- 
mtnfiate points about tbe luth of March ne;ct. 
*j-For Ireight or 'passago apply on boi>rd ur 

to B. C. (ilLlY. 

jan^'-Gw 



FOR ST. PAUL DIREST. 



as well as those ol more oonservatlvn ta«t«. 
with cjnOdence that osr goods and prioee will 
merit their patronage. 
We have at this time a good aasortiaent of 



Plymouth, N. H., Gloves, 
MITTENS AND OTTER BAUNTLETS, 

oi the finest quality. 

E. B. TEIVIVEY, 

Bridge Square. Ht Paul. 



At 



Price* to C*rreap«Bd 
Eaetera Harhvt. 



wKk tb« 



lished west of Chicago. Its circulation is 
treble that of any other paper in the State 
and it publishes the laws of the State and 
United .States, as it is the official State paper 
From the Le bucur iitatesman. 

TitK Pkes.s is an out and out Iiepubli- 
ean jcrtimal of the ultra stripe, alwa^-s true to 
tbe leading measures uf its party, and con- 
tains an execlleni variety ol home and dis- 
tant news. 

From tlie Bed Wing Bepublican. 

Thk Pkkss is already known as a 
go-ahead and wide-awake journal, and the 
proprietors premise great improvcnicuts. 
From th? Ow.itonna Joarna!. 

TiiK Prkss is the lending journal of 
the ."state, and merits an extensive patron- 
age. 

From the Hastings Conserrer. 

Tuic St. Paul PitKsa we commend to 

those wishing ap.iper from that city. 

Fr.-m th» Wilton c Wa.-n e.i Co.) News. 
Pt. P.ai I, Pkkss -The Pkkss, since its first 
apiieurancc, live years f^\ has made rapid 
strides towards a first-class journal. Radical 
in all its iinden.ikings, it will continue to l>e 
otic of the pruiiiiiient journals of the State. 
From th-^ tlemier^ioii Monitor, (Dem 1 

TiiK Pr.K.>sis rnnks as one of the best 
ncw.->p-,iner8 in Ihe Stiitc, always contains the 
latest news, and is worthy the patronage of 
the reading public. 

I'lom tli'.> Aunliu (.Mower Co.) Register. 

St. Paii. 1'kk.ss vift: 18l3().— Thi-t firm 
friend of freedom ami right, published at the 
Capital of our .'^late, is nut with its prospectus 
for another year. It has poiuted, spirited, 
patriotic editors, tofjether wi'.h enterprising, 
fuilliful forrespundents, and has proven itself 
to be a good State paper. We presume the 
hundred copies already taken hero will bo 
increased to a much larger number during the 
year 1806. 

From thu Uustlnga ludepcndeut. 

Wk take pleasure in calling attention 
to the pro.spectus of the St. Paul Phess, in 
another column. The Pkess has long been 
regnrded as tbe leading political journal of 
tbe .State, and frum its present appearance wc 
predict ih.at its enterprising proprietors will 
keep it up to ttim standard. It contains 
r.bc latest telcKrapbic, National and 
.Stale ne-.vs of the day, and also furnishes a 
ttisiefiil nnd attrnetive varletv of niiseellanc- 
i>u& liternture. Thcsubscriplinn price of the 
Pkkss is low, nnd iilierul ituliioeiiteiiis are of- 
fered tu ertters up of clubs. Wb-u selecting 
a paper iroiiioiir cauital reni' iiiber the Pkkss. 
From the Hudson (*''i».) Times. 

Tiiii St . Paul Pi;k«i.-s iii the best jiaficr 
pulilished ill Mintu.^otit 
From tlie Kiie^iest"! ri limited t'o ) Kepniilicjn, 

TiiK Pi:k.><r is ably eonducted, fearless 
and out-spoken, uud is arrayed ou the side of 
Itecdoui uiid equal rights. 



The new and splendid 

Nortliern Ijine Packet 
CAPr. XHOMAS a. niiji^. 

Will leave Plttsburith for bt. ^aul aid all 
points on the Upper Mississippi about tbe 20tb 
day ot Uarch. 1 he Uinnesota has been btilt re- 
cardlees of expense, and ia Uttcd out ant furn- 
Uhed eunerlor to any boat on the Upper MIstb- 
etppi. For freight or iiassage apply tu 

K. C. <.R\Y. 

Pittsburgh,. lanuary/u, IMW. jaD-,c7-i«w 



A.C. WBTUIiKILL. 

WETKEKILL & 



CIIA.S. A. ll-'CAJI. 

IPHA.M. 



General CommiKsioH Mercliautt<, 

28 SOUTH LEVEi: , 

Between Elm and Myrtle Stnsets, 

SAINT LOUIS, MO. 

feblG 



IMPORTANT TO LAWYERS. 
THE REVISED STATUTES 

or 

as reported to tho 
FB£B£NT I.£aiBI.AT [JK£ 

BY THE 

Revision Commissioners. 



The undersigned have on hand a limited num 
her ol Volume: of this work, containing at>oat 
Nine Hundred Pages. It embodies the entire 
legislation of the State to date. 

The volume 1 9 too large to send by midl.bnt 
win be promptly eent by Bxprees on receipt ol 
remittance. 

Price, $>.•« per copy. Address, 

PMB»lt PJBf BITine c«»., 
Wt. I»aul. Wtna. 

GEO. W. PRESCOTI, 

BQOKSELLER& STATIONER 

Having bought nut UEOB')]:: LTTTLK will 
carry on tbe buriness at the old place , 

161 Third-.st.. St. Paxil 



NE\\^ STORE. 

NEW GOODS! 

Wholesale and KeUll Dealer tg 

MEN AND BOY'S aOTHlJNG 

CLOTHS, CA.SSIS(£;ft£S, VliTIKOS, AMD 
TAILOS'S TUIU3UNGS, 

FIA.TS. CAPS. 

A9D 

OfiNT'S FUBHISHIHG QOODS. 
TruBkis, Valises, Carpet Bagi*, 

KILITAKY UOOllB, KCIIKB fAPItS, COATB, JJtO- 

OI1I8, ETC. KUR lAJ^, COIXABS, OL/OVBa, 

BtTFFAlO COATS ABD ROBEB, 

Clothing ManuAtctured to Order, 

under management of JACOB MATTHEWS, 
Cutter. U. P. BOYLON, Salesman; both for- 
merly with T. B. Campbell. 

10-4r X'btrd Btroet, 

("VViloox Bloolc.) 
8AINX I>AtTL, MINN. 

Ilri*-a 



CALICOES, 

Tweut) to Tweiity-the ccuU 

DEL^IISrKW, 
Tveuly-five to Thirty c€ut& 

And other Uoode to corre^pulld at 

Ingersoll's Block, St. Paul. 



decli 



f tttj €o«a* 



J. L. FOREPAUGH & CO. 

Saint Pa.nl, TVtlnneaotn. 

THE only: EXCLUSIVEtY 

WHOLEHALE DRY GM BOiE 

In Mlinnesota. 

dec24-ly 



Additions have been made to the old stock 
to meet present wants, and fresh sipplies 
of such articles aa are In demand wil! b 
cured. 



pro- 



And eTerythlDC else In the paper line, txcept 
coUars, to be found at 

lei rriiirci stx-cot 



feb6 6moB 



Offers both (exes good advantages in 10 id and 
ornamental branches. ."Spring term of thirteen 
weeks begins March seth. Jsfl pays for board 
and common Englieh. Superior bulldii gs, Vi 
teachers, and "one of the mo<t sue-eselu 
schools In the Wen." 

Kor Catalogues address the Kev. 1. W. 
QGKKKAU, A.M., Aurora, HI. feb?) Im 



Cathcart ft Co., 

DRY GOODS, 

TSo. 13 e rrhircl street. 



sx. i»A.'ui.. yvurtr. 



febl-dkwly 



LOOK ! LOOK ! 

DRY GOODS AT COST! 



PHO'TOORAPII <'AMD!« rOH 
OivNTLBMEW. — Sample with Caiaojiuej 
sent for 25 cents, Inoloee au eiiveloi'e wit 1 youi 
own name, and Address, D. BLKMETTK, W 
deajr-Am. M Llhertv st. N. V. t'itv. 



STEAMBOAT FOR SALE. 



fch 



One half of tho steamboat 

Gl. ^^. AVEEKIS," 

Now laying Jt Savanna, 111?. For furlh: r |iar- 
tloulsrs enquire ot 

K. K. KNAl'P, 
Euperintendent ^X. U. U. R. savanna, 
or J. H. RF.LLY. 
H.T. 1 L'LLKK, 
Kadne, 
cr UKIS'AOLU ft LOWKI', 
feb9 tm IuImi pie, 

TermM, one-half do»D, bilauce in i> and 12 
mouthi^. 

• • K:x:OELtaiIO^ " 

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY 

(Opposite the BriilKC>,) 
TIIIKD STREET, S.\1NT I'Al'L. 



STEAM AND GAS PIPE, 

«00 000 L<"out of 

IKON ANDiilLVlNtZED PIPE, 

yV-uHortCd, 1-S lo & IiiohcB. 

\mm, TASkEU k COS rUiUmPDI.\ !I.\kE. 

In store and for sale by 

J. T. RYERSON, Solo Agent, 

ttM» dk. 4(4 Mouth Wtalera*., 

CHICAGO. 

N. It. Further lupply arriving all Ihe time. 
OrdiTh executed prumptlv and at low figureK. 
fcbit»-lin 



H 



AnVBV OFFIGJBM. 



Altoiney at Law. Ofllee, over Parker Palnc'! 
Hank, 1 bird stre>t. 8t. Paul, Minn. *ov8-1y 

Boon A«n 9t»u miHVCBe in 
the belt style and at the lowest ratea at the 
Ut. Paul Press atoam Job Printing offloc. 



The nutifcriber bavin([ purclias-'d f.oinC. K. 
Cari>enter &. Co. the Photograph (Gallery >o fav- 
orabtv known as Mm. Watkius' Uallery, llay- 
wiird's Block, respectfully Informs the ci iiene 
ott>t.l*anl and vldnlty that h" t* jirrpared to 
execute riioioxrsplis iii every style ottln art, 
and hopes br making tlr^t•el:l«'« wo'k to merit ■ 
share ol their patronage. UavioK hadtuorteen 
vuar.i experience, he hupea to please the most 
ra«iidlou.<. 

Particular attention lo cMldrcn and oop> lug. 
ALK.\ .SINCLAIH, 

Formerly of Arcad? Caller). Kochc-'trr, M. T, 

febVly 

WIMBISH'8 EXPHES8 . 

oarries Passengers, Baggage and Freight aoj 
where In the oltr at the lowest rates. OOces at 
Snks' Uruoery Store and Kalichild r- Auction 
Store. 



Best Prints 25 cts. 
Delaines 30 cts. 
Figured Aipaccas 35 cts. 
French Poplins 35 cts. 
Aipaccas ^O cts. 
Merinos $1.10. 
A. W. Reps $1.35. 
Gooa Black Silks $1.50. 

Aad a ane assortment of 

Fancy Dress Goods, 

at very low rncej. 
without regard to cott. AIM 

Gassimeres, Table Linen, 

HOSIERY, GLOVES, 
Kan ey Ooods, & c . , &o 

MILLER BROS. & WALKER, 

(CATHOLIC BLOCK,) 

ISO XhixHl-st., St. Paul. 

feb4 



GREAT ATTRACTION 

AT 

THE IBEAP IA??H STOKE 

DRESS GOODS 

AT OLD PRICES. 



Dress Goods at 25 Gents ! 
Dress GK>ods at 30 Cents I 
Dress Goods at 35 Cents I 
Nice Cashmere Delaine»i at 50cts. 

Good Aipaccas at 50 rents. 

DELAD^^S AT 25 CENTS. 
Good K.C moes only $1.50. 
Good A. W. rf»p8 only $1.50, 



.A.£. STOCK or 

DRESS GOODS 

AX tiCVV PRICKS. 
NEW STYLE BLACK AXD WBIIB 

PLAID SHAWLS. 
CLOAKS AND CLOAKING S 
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts. 

FOB ANT KIND OF 

DRY GFOODS! 

Von will find it for your intere^l to go to 

M. K^'OX TAVLOB'S. 
a 18 Thiixi-sti^et. 



dotM 



Rich and Rare Goods 
D.C.GREENLEAF'S.. 



GRUBB & WHITNEY , 

Reul Es'a,te -A.gei.ttfcj 

WLINNKA.POi.lS, MINN. 

Taxet ntid. Land Warrant* aad t orip Ic »t«d. 
Houses, Lot, aud ITarms for sale, 
febftf 



Notice to Farmers, 



SUJPlfiliUOK UOU»ll. 

■cToatk Str*«it. tovtwrva Hokart aad 
KUaBCMitta Slreeta, 

Two 8>i<iares abovetto luloinationa], ccwly open- 
cd and kept by ^^. j^KlMHACa. 

Eapecial attention given to Fanneit. 3ood 
stabliKR attached to the pr•>mi^c■< Chargeii very 
moderate. Tbe Bar li clocked vitli the beat 
Wlnot, Liqaore aad Ctgtrt, 

janSl-la 



REAL ESTATE AGENT. 

STEPHEN MILLEK, 

Jackson Street, 

OPPOSITE INTERNATIONAL HOTKL, 

HAiNX PA.TJI., m:inn. 



Solid Silver 'Ware, 

Warranted e<)aal to coin . 

Table Spoons, Dessert Spoons, 

XKA. SPOONS. 
Solid Silver Table iwd Tea kiuTes, 

Table Fork*, Deoerrt- Forks, fickle Korka. s«r. 

dine Forks. Cheese Forks, l*ie Knives, Cake 

Knlrea, Butter Knives. Cheeet< Knlre*, 

Soup Ladles i>ogar t^poocs. Su^ar 

Siners, tjilver Napkin KirKS, 

Jelly Spoons. Berry Spoons, 

Ojfter ladles, ilusiard 

Spoons, Salt 8|>oons, 

IceCream SjHJons. 

SOQ BFOOirs, Qold Lioed. 

Presenre Spoons, Stiver Onpsi and Goblets. Te« 
Strainers, Tobacco Boxes, Card Cases, Speoade 
Case*. Port IIon«ie». fait Cellars, htnii Knires 
CMId't Knivea, h\>rk« and S(xx>n«— all pure 811- 
TW. A large aeforlment ofSlLVKK Pi^aTED 



Will lay and sell Seal KsUte, enter PabUe 
Lands, with WarranU, or Agriooltaral Col- 
lege Scrip, after a personal inspection of tb« 
lands, and pay Taxes for noB-r«tidmts la aar 
part of the Bute. 

He refers to the State offlocrs aad C stloa- 

•1 Delegation of Mlaaesota. 

ian.l7dAlyw. 



lum:ber. 

An cxecUent auortBeat o( BUILDING aad 
FEHCIMO LUKBEK, also DKY OAK aad 
BASSWOOD, atUncat theloteest and lU good 
a$ Ihe bttt, at the old estabHshed "Bridge street 
Luaiber Yard," Mlaneapolit, Kina. 

fcbir-3m HABBIS A PUTNAM. 



a 



ovM AMU I.OX rom saIsX. 



A house aad lot adjolnlnf my realdeace en 
ammit Avenue, al>OT0 St, Peter street, for tala. 
House 19 convenient aad surronadlDsi plea»aat. 
Enquire of C. PBOAL, 

febTtf Cor. Third aad Kobert'tU, 



A»«*KCAH WAVl'HBa 

A larec lot. In Cold and Silver cases. ad)astod to 

neat aad cold — aarranted good tiate- 

kcepcTs. 

100 Cases Seth Thomas' Clocks. 

A tun lino of 

IVOIYANO PEARL TAILE CUTLEIY. 

Come and see the Diamond Goods at 

O. C. «MKBai.BAC"». 
The Itrirest aMortoieBt of 

Gk>Id and Silver Watches 

In the State. 

Diamond, (.ipal. Pearl Bu by and )- m>7ald Blan 

aad Pins, t'ny'. Amethyst and tittrnet Jew^ 

elry, Solid Gold Braoelet«, (iold Thimbles 

Oold Becklaoes, Go:d Chains 

(aUrcelot.) 

Solid Oold Rings, 

■mckl«a,Heere Banou, »»■«•, ■.•yt.* 
•viala. dkc. 

Store in Qreenleaf s Block, 

OptwaitA OOBoert Hall, near the Post OCoe. 



C\A 

Kj T 



—w— -. — ■■•»«rc- 

TlOaS AND MUSIC— Winner's Perfect 
Qua* far the Cablatt Orimn, oontaialaK easy 
and proKTessive Ir'roos, and new aad attractive 
exercises, dosi|;ned t* enable any cne to olttaia 
a kaowledjie ol p.'aiinK withoiit the aid «f a 
Teaeher: toiretber «-{|h a cboU.^ rnileciloa of 
popalat Maslc adapted to tbe iBslmmeBt. Frio* 
7i cents, on receipt of which toplts «iU be 
mi.Ucv*, pc>t-p:td. 

OLFVEB PITS' t» a CO. 
febU PuhUsheri, Bottoa. 





Ea». 



FHE SAINT FAOL. DAIiiY PKEHJS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARr 28, 1866. 



^aUrnads. 



WINN VALLEY RAILROAD. WORSE S 'eXPECTORTnT. 



gj C ' »fi'{ j y ^ 



^ 



Vu auJ lUtor 



Monda). l>i comber •25tJi, IMi^ 

at MeaiioU witb the 



Hinnedotd Stage Co.'s Line, 

T*««<IUvt. - "' ♦• TuloK lr»iB hoIhk 

^^ MttUt OB the 

BjNESur A CENTRAL RAILWAY. 



n IN ; .V^^^ LKiVE.i 
«• I'lial .it u Jl* d. na. & 4.Jtt p. lu. 

ui'lNU KAST. 

■•••atr* (*Bdko|>cr at • a. na. At \t. urn. 

. \. HAMILTON. Sfcretart. 

KlKsJT UIVISIOJS' 

ST. PAUL k PACIFU K. K 

».:« ^UJ 1 ■- n.'NlVW, NOV>Jtt3Mt Ttt, 
(•••eii..;.;; - "i' wn rau a.« follaix . 
vt»tX«< WBST. 

!.•» r; ..■ . .•«•. 4.*. 

I«»M'j Mi!! a-jr *:Ii!a.m. 

I. .«»!•■. \uoki. .i*1Ja.«i. 

I,.M-. . .■ '.».« i -VJ-.DftA.M. 

Arrlv !»t • .. I0:»» v. f. 



Arttrcs*t^ 



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S:25p. ^ 
.»:«p. » 



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i a r U 

. -•' 1 a? ihc Station!!, 

cjiV.'i.?J 5)V 'ho C"B- 



Am. 

Ucfu« 1*^; ■•■. ' 



W H. UBLAXU, f«nv > 



TO RAILROAD PASSENGERS 
Minnesota rcutral Ralluay, 



Tlio Great Throat end Lung 
Modiciiio. 



K «s %«i»rruufc4l t4> Cute I'llUVI* 
Kwrr TitHt*. 

A* kt*a avvwr lailrd *v i urv tli» Mortt 
C'ruu|> au<l 4'»l<l. 

t< ia ih« w»l.« .VxiiiiMv ti>.tl wtlt curv 
Vthttopin^ <'uukl>° 

tt Mill protrui t wu>uuii>iti>M 

It «i4ll «iir«* AuAllauid mi*«1 t««*ll«*««* 
J Coa*uiu|i|lua. 

Illcur«-« lulluxitid autt .4oj t* I'ltioai. 
It Ouri» a!l, it tlio >lircc'ijn' an- strictly lo:!o.v- 
I t'll, or til ' money wlU bv rol'uii.;id. 
! That CouRh which \ oa aw ii>*j5Wting iu»y ro- 
■I'jlt in filial connaiDption it s jiae prompt romcdy 
U not u«tHi. 

Why McnUi-v your hfi- whou >\>ur di.-'rii.io can 
be cured so >ittickly a"d al >o Msiall a co.-t ' 

What is the valuo of laoucy wheu cum ateJ 
to h.-sati .| 

M vsos (."U » . Inwa, M:»ii.li . 1 !, Ivno. 

Jli"^r» Mi>i>»». .^ l>Ait.HV— IVar ."'tra; lhl»is 
to Ot'rtifv 'hat I hn.' u.<i'd Mi'i ,■•<>'* Kxrt'crorant 
lu luy fmii'y f't Ihd Lut \.*o M'ats. lor cuuKh^i, 
:ion> Iiiiiic*. *'■ . I ku w it is out> of ih^ tK>»t 
medicines enT usi-i. tor Croup it« oir»>cis ari' 
»iiii<!>'riu!. I lii\i' *'jMa Ur^o •nmmrt nt it and 
roc.>ium<<ud it to my frienM", »nd tal^c plLaiuir 
la rfcommeudlDff lt;> n^e, kucwioj; t!u: bv ^o 
di'ir.}; uiuc'i Kudoriuc '* rrl'.ovtU 
Au9 truly, 

JIAKil.V KKI'INCtUN. 

A; Ml> , Minn., March .-th '.tH-5, 

I her< I'V ccrct^fy that I hav<> <'xamiapd and 
testi'd in m- i'r»cl!Ct' it'.o nsi'illciae known a« 
Morsrt's Kspt'cioTant. for I'omli?, roH.*, rroup. 
Arthma, Jlc. t,'., pri'p»iiMl by .Mor«e & Uailry, 

I rinarj It a« a pr-piratioa of Errat mf rit, and 
woullcoriil»l ) ri "ommi-nd it as l>tfiu)!,(i.ro|Kirt'd 
with !"H'i.l:iI c;ii'', I'v roliill • usi'n 1 uiori- ciTua 
elous for i!i-» Ir^-atuii-nt ol'tiio various <lisea-rc< 
lor winch It is Ji'-'lcnci). thiin any rt"m>'i!y of 
w'ilt:i I I'l'v Miiv knowK'itjjc 

K. A. ll4KNt(?,M I>. 

Addre^> ail ordors to 



VAWTEKiJvKO^E, 



Wholesale Oiuggists. 



llM*» 



Istn 



Jld t -x h •■ 
tb-' t W 



l*acuj ; 

BaiU 



octA-n 



: , 'V^ 'Cl 1-. .«. t> 'he 

>t t'.vjl dt Pacific R. R 



•0 concoct with 
n« South OB 



■ -n -^i- St. Paul k 

■^1 nn-'-iota Central 

li-.nRcri and t'aR- 

» . n. DBLAsro, 

5up..'rinti"nd''nt. 



?ieH f?i>;:tt' East aud Soiilh 

^ IA 

RcH-h^it'"- n'j'l Wtuoiia aud St. Peter 

A F»>s>a :• ' ; "v •- l>'ar*>* Koch»st(»r dally at 7 : 
K A, V . arnvitx it Winona at S o'clock, r, »., 
oocc^'CJu* wiia the 

aimno9ot» StftgoCo.'e tin* 

for l.aCroi;". 

8.'tarr.i,nc -^"lo jra at ?. lo p, ».,arrlT 

OK at Roch- ; M 

Pas- a^ niuf tloi- o»or nixnt at 

IfcTc!.. ika th« -lamfl tlni" to and (torn 

St. Pa - iliver Kout"?. 

For iT'-kot- apijly to the Hlnnffota Sta<(* 
Cctrran • ">S'^". 

JOHW ITBWELIi, 

d«-:lltf •aperln(«nd«a<. 

WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 



Quickest, Cheapest and Most Com- 
fortable Route to the East. 



Allow U:i f 1 add that 'lur sloci is lull and 
coui|>!eti<. Iht< ateulioD aid Laironsge '>f the 
Nor'hw-st rcspovitfili.. roUcite J. 

VAWTER & ROSE. 

St. Paul, .'auasry 4!h I'l^f't'-. 
Jaa4 . 

• TUEBK IB NO SVCU WORPAS VAIL " 
Xurrtiiit'sj Oomi louii'J K.vtrjict 

Isa suri- ..•nrtain and •• cr dy cure (oru!I tUt moa 
of the IllaiMT, Kidyejs and Urinary Orj^aus, 
either in malfl or female, frt'iucntlv performicj; 
a pnfi-ct curt ia tlie thort rrace of t}!rt's* or four 
d.i>*,ind alv/ays in l<"^s time than any othT 
rr>-paration. In th^ u>e ot Tarrant's Compound 
Extract of Cuheb's and Copaibn there is n:> need 
of comUn'iii-'iit or chacji* cl diet. In if ap- 
proved lonn of a pa^to, i; ii .'iiiiril/ ti.«toless, 
and cai<^'< no unplea.^ant «■ n-Htion to the pa- 
tipnt, and nocspoiiure. !• i-i acknowlcdefd by 
tha mo«t !v;im!'d in f^.c i>r«fr-'»!0ij t'lit in the 
above cl;»«*otdi''ca^e.., Cub- 1m and Copaiba are 
the only two ri'medifs known tluit cin b.' relied 
npou with auy certainty of >ui°i.ve'<. 

rarrant's Compound lixtrai.'. of Cubvti.i and I'o- 
palbaNKVKU KAd.'-l 

.Hanur»c'LT"d o-.'Iy hy 

:;."■« t.rt'cnwii! -t.. Nr-A Vi rk 
•»- sold t'v <:ru)yc:-I^ ai! ■.■.-r tl.c *i t-rli'. 

myi.'-ly 

A «B5IT» WASTKU- 

i \l"l:-KH:.NCi.U Atjt:-il j 

to cmvarsfor 

LOOSING 5 riCTOKlAL HISTOTiV 

o; Tin. 

GitKA'r CIVIL. vr.,\.K, 

lu riirve Volumes of !■ ypjg-s each, 
.Vnd loniainiug ovur J.l'OO Illustrations , 

"The ^^laT^dal•d." 

atid as sacU e.ndorj'-d by (iiacraia Urint, Shei- 
roan.Mieridaij, Dix, Wo i andotb>'rs. 
Addr.jr', CI.AKKEitO., 

WistCIli Pub'.uhirli'. 
V) k -.: Waihirgton -t., Chicago, 111. 
febVlrn 



1©6G. 



1806. 






Onandaftrr MONOAT, December 4th, IMS, 
Train j «iil more as ioUovs . 

GOI>rG SOUTH. 

i.e».» >«:r'-'iT"i; ' r.MA.M, 

V S.I.'S " 

? 15 • 

9 10 '■ 

' ■j:\5 '■ 

10 «* " 

• :.:,... 10.35 ' 

•• r'nnrtas 10.55 " 

AmvcfaribiuU 11.10 M. 

GOING NOKTH. 

L.-avc Faribault l.CO r. M. 

tninda* 4..''5 " 

" N-.r;h:;eld .5 05 " 

•• CastVKock iM " 

Farminaton 5 50 '• 

" K- ^•■m'nt . n ao " 

" W"'.tcott . . . « 45 " 

• M.'i'dota 7M " 

Arrive Mlr:a?apoI:< 7J5 " 

Train' teak" dir-ct conroctions with the SIIh- 
i)ii«o:a .^tage Company's lines at Faribault. 

■••ao'laiJy lines of fonr hone coaches ran be- 
t >-wn Faribault and Kasson, where passengers 
eoncct with trains en the Winona and St. Peter 
Bailroad. 

Fassenx^rs leavtoi; St. Fanl or Minneapolis at 
7 A, M. arrive at Wlbona at 11 r. m., and at La 
Cro<^e to take the A a.m. train next Efiominf; 
or If preferred remain at Winona over night 
and r'-acu La Croise for the 5 p. n. train next 
day. 

Ar'aaz'-m'-a 9 have b*en made for forwarding 
flight bj this route Jrora La Crosse with dis- 
patch RU'I ar (r>atly rfducd rate.. Through 
oontrsci!- for frf^ight can b» made at the office of 
tht Coiriany in Mlnnpapoli', or with Bonip A 
Champii.-i. Agents, bt. Paul. 

Th.-ouijh Tickets can 'e purchased to Iji Crosse 
and all points Id the interior of Southern Min- 
ne-cta at tli* olBce rf the Hallway C-mpany 
and of tl;.- Mii;ni'-o'i "^tage Comtrany. 

drc!-;i U. < . HHEPAKO,»ap'«. 

FIHMT l»IVIHIO.«IIT. PAVI. «Sn 
I-ACIHC UAILItOAD, 

L- • I Mvi-i Ann Bkahcm i^«, * 

- ■- Pali,, June l»r,! 36. i 

N C) T 1 C F, 

TUbfe;TTLKHSOi\ li.U. l.iiM»8. 

All p*r ODs ilnlmiiii land at OnverniDent price 
who r'*! !•• tn 'K« Ijwn'hlpH nami-d b^lnw.are 
her'^'by notlM*'d t^at the Comjiany Sas ac'julr<M) 
the ff?.- to tb'- Karlroad lands loc«i' ' said Town- 
sblpe, and th'-y are hereby re-jnt ■ I to nuike 

8 root of tii»-ir right to the lai d- ->■ <nipied by 
>em. and [uak« pavmont therefor .- irdingto 
the la -AS regulating the mae, 

SectioM. 'PAen. Hnnyt 

«, J,7 XI 25 

7,17,1>,21,27,W,.1I,M,.T5 A". 'A 

1.5, 1», 11, 13. 1*. 17, 11»,27 ?,.< M 

J7, », 31.M. :« f^ 2« 

7, 9. 11,)!, l.'j, 17, l», 21,M, »,!e7,M. .V. M 
1,3,5.7.5.11.11,1.1,17.19,21,23,25. 11 Z7 
1. 3, 5, 7, 1». 1 ! . I :. 15. 17, 111, 21, 23, 25, 

S7, 2'.>, .11, i'. 3.5 » 27 

l,2S»,31, Xi 38 r, 

M, il, 13 M I* 

J,3..5. 7. n, !'■ 17, ltf,-.il, 21, 2^,29, 

M,.15 W W 

1,3 n* a 

5, 1'J. i? r . . 120 21 

l4, 27 :tl. '.' ivi a 

8, 11, 15. i. \^0 24 

»,5, 7, *, 11, ; _:, 25, i7, 3J. 120 a 

1.3 119 28 

19, •■» lit 25 

I, 1. 5. 7. !', ; •. 1.^, 17, I'J, 21, 23,27, 

2», H.I llfO' V 

1,5,7. \^\ 1,', I.-,, '7, IJ, Jl J!. r>, 

27, l-.' 1!,.11, (5 . in at 

II, .V, \tt J* 

1,3, II. '.; 1.<0 27 

1, 5, 7,-.' ", ■ ■ . ,- )■,;;:_ i',, ^,_ 

i7, lAt. 3' . lii r 

5, 9, 17. IV, r.. :■. ■ ,.i-. Wi. .11 , il, .'.5. U'; C 

U 1^1 t. 

1, 3. 5.9, n, n, is.ii, 44 121 »t 

, 1,5.7, C.ll '1 '5,I7,21.M,».27. 

29.J1.M \rt »• 

MliORUK I. KlCKfK, 
dAw— b<tefll l..aad <'(imm|n<»ii>t. 



8aial I'aiil Marble Work«. 

Cor. of 'Ihird tg. KxuhanK** Htn 

'•te-.r the old American IToopc.) 



Cash Wholesale Clothing House. 

^VIIIXE BKOTIlliIUS, 

WHut.K'iAI.K liK.VI.f.h.^ IN 

CLOTHING 

tieutienien's Furnhhia;;; <iood.s, 

Ckiaaabera, -Atk and JU Wabaab A v.. 

Between Lake and Rmuljiph streets, Chicatjo. 
4^ Particular attco'ion paid to orders. 
lan-!0-3n 

JOHN V. FAKVVELL $ 10 , 

WU0LE9ALB 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 

42, 41 A: lU Wabash .Ivenue, 

' .\5D NO. 5 COLLEGE PLACE. NEW YORK 

A^Parlicu'.ar attention paid to orders. 
Ian :iO-3m 

Throat and Lungs. 

JDFt. B'JL'RlCKI-.A.IVi:>'o 

MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM, 

Is warranted to b-i the only preparation known 
I to car-< Coughs, Colds, Uoirsenes', Asthma, 
Whooping Co'ijh*. Chrrnio Coughs, Consump- 
tion. Hronchitis and Croup Itelng prepan^d 
from Ho!.ey and Herb' it ii heilirg, softening 
and e.xpectora'iog, and [.artituIarK- suita'j!..- for 
all aHectlonsof the Throat and I-u^gj. For fale 
by .ill Uroggisis evcrywhi'r". 

t'K. STKICKLANU.ST^rnCH a coi:c.*ntra- 
ted preparation of Koots nnd Htrb.-i, with antia- 
(.ids and <-arniinatives to stn'ni;thi n tli<- stmnach 
ani nerv'i.!" sistiin. It ij a cerLiiii remedy lor 
Dyspep<i»or lii'iigi^sliun, Nervou-ue-", I o j of 
App.'tit" Acidify o' Ihq Stoinich, F.atulency 
and Debility. It is not a!coholio, tli»reloru par- 
ticularly cuit<;d lor Wfak, riiTvi'ua and i yspep- 
tlo p.^rsou''. For ^ale by itll Jiruggbts every- 
whi-re, at ^1 por botllf. 



PILE REMEDY. 

I>r. Strickhnd's I'ILK MY.ySVUY ha- cuied 
tliou'audj of the wor-i ca-'s of Itlind and BlHod- 
in^ Pil's. It (liK's Ininiediate relief and cir-cls 
a pMrniancnt core. Ty it dirpctlv. It is war 
ranted CO cure. For rule by all Druggists at 50 
cents per b'jltle. teb31y 

W. T. 8HTJFELDT~& CO 

(bucc'-saor.i tu A. 1 . Crotkcy,; 
..liul S.ile DUtiUt-ra <./ Ih' CtUhrnUfl 

COLUMBIAN GII^ 



(COIUMQIW , 



All kinds of MAKBLK WOKK done to ordei 
j-ariicalar attention given to CONTRACTS 
i«rgri SIfiriCMK.NTS, or any kind of FANCV 
ft.AlN MMHCMKNTAL WORK. 
ALL WORK WARRAMTfcU. 
A**MawU th^! time to leave yonr Spring or 
ders. 

o. jr ALDMica, 

A,!aS-lt Agent lor the Compuiy. 



.JAM. J. «ILL, 

forwarding & CommisBion 

AGi-JJT FOB THE. 
NOKl 11 WE.STEkN PACKBT COMPANY 

ILLINOIS CKNTRAL RAILWAY, 
MIL, AND PUAIKJE DU CUIItN UAILWAT, 
FttUGUT CONTKACTEU 
AM. POryiS EAST AND SOUXn AT 

Tb ..XtWEST UATKS. 
jVOYWObUfM tndOunacet proaptl7»f' 
djuttad. 



Al.'iO, biailLl.fclti ot 

Alcohol, Pure Spirits, 

WlilSKItB OKALLGPvAUfcS. 
Oomesstic Liquoi-n, 

AND OKA I. Kits IN 

I H I a n A V I M E H . 

OFIICL. 

51 South Water atroot, 

r. O. Drawer (S52fl, CUIC AUO. HI,. 



Thi» being the clieapti^t .«i.lril mark-t in the 
world, we inviteattenilon of Dealer" In Domestic 
Lirjuors to our goods, feeling aasun.d that wo can 
offwf them special ioducrmects. 

We would call the partlcuUr atlentlou cf the 
trade to our 

COX.tJMBIA.N GIN» 

Which is a distllllon of Ryo, Malt. Win" and 
Italian inniper Berries, and hae all the proper- 
ties and flavor of the Imported article, 
•ep2.eewly wed 



PROBATE BLA.]NK8 



TllE I'KKSS PKINTING COMl'AN», 

Tu supply adedoii'ucy lougcxistlng,have printed 

and ready lor salothe tullowing Blank* 

t'ur usv lu Probate Court : 

LKTTKltSOF GC ARDIAMtiUlP, 

COUMlSiilONKKS' WAKKANTS, (With oatiis. 

KklPOKT Of COM.Mlt>:>10Niaui, 

APPKAISKKS' APPl>lNTMl!.NT, (with daths,) 

■NVKMTOBY A^U APPHAltJliailCN 1, 

»»a'ARATK INVKNTOKY BY WIDOW, 

AOMIM.-^IKAIOUci IIONUM, 

CO MM I So ION lO SKTTIK CLAIMS, 

LKTrEK^ O* ADMINISTRATION. 

WARRANT lO APPRAISERS, 

Gt°ARl>IAM-:> liU^Uj 

SALE BONDti, 

EXECUTOR'S BONUS, 

LFTTEKS TESTAMENTARY. 

tor sale by Ihi' .jui:e or singb- .-hci-t. Addresa 

l>UK.<»M ■■ni.VTlNO CO. 

JOHN WOODWARD, 
JMe reliant Tailor, 

I'valer in Dat-^, I'aps, Furnishing liouds, 
Broadcloths and Cassimr-res, Third street, I'pper 
Towp..St. Paul, Minn. C»-h advuucd to vuit 
in Gold, Silver or Greenbacks. lanMly 

fT a. SEAVEY& CO.'S 

DAILY DISPATCH LINE. 

I.itCro*««>, VI inunia laiiii all Points In 
lbs* ^'ttrthMval. 



F. A. tieavey ACo., would calth« a'tcniion 
ot M'.Tchknts and tthlpper." to the fact that they 
have cjtat lisho J. and will niu during the Winter 
in cimnection with the railroads of Slinursota 
and Wisconsin, u daily Dispatch Freight Line, 
conneo;lDgalI points between LaCros.<e. Winona 
and the No^th«e^I. A sulAcieut Lumber of 
Teams will be put on the route to acsoramodato 
the large and rapidly increasiug business, and 
the greatest care will bo taken that all Goods 
consigned to the Dispatch Line will be forward- 
ed with dispatch, with c:ire, and at the lowest 
im-isible rates. Th.> liu" will mike connection 
uitli all points in the Northwest, thus allurding 
bhl|'|»T8 the usual facilii'es. VS lu-at will be run 
tVomthe FUevaiurs us last as brought forward, 
Capt. Isaac U. IIoult.'N, Managing Partner, 
La Crosse. Consign all good lor transportation 
to F. A. &•• AVKY tti-Q., la Crosse. 

BORL'P tCUAMPl'12<,AKeuts, St. Paul. 

j9nl-:tm 

'IV'IXEK A K D A.I«tt;OI«S 

SUITABLE KIR 

MEDICAL AND FAMILY UbB. 

OLD UOUlUiOJJ ANUKYE WUIPKY. 

OLD UL'KF.NS lORT WINE 

OLD MADEKIA WINK,* 

FINE OLD r^VLE SllERKY, 

FINK OLD COONAC: BRANDY, 

CHOICE OIJ) UOLL.^ND GIN, 

JAMACA AND ST. CUOIX RLM, 

UEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE, 

MISSOURI CAIUNKT, 

STILL AND .'^rARKLINO CATAWBA 
WIN'E.'?, 

C^VLIFORNIA Wl.NKS, MUSCAT, AN- 
GELICA AND FORI, 

OLD SCOTCH WHl.'^KY, 

jr. WAVHUn nrKBB, Jr. 

novl'.i-ly 



8. L. BAILEY & CO., 

Dialers In every kind ol 

e ITJR IV IT I ' li E , 

► ..r th- 

Piirlor. Ihdiiii: Koom k ('iiuuiber. 

t'ICTURE i-'HAJLEo & MUULMNGS 

Of ail kinds. 

Vax'ixiwliew, GMue, &c. 

tphnlsterins Hone lo Order. 
244 Thii'd Street. 

a. I.. KAU.E), 
• Ivani-j AUOCSr KOKDI.k 



T E ^V S! 

riTBA FINEST UNCOLOKED JAPAN. 

nn«A -yxTRA fise ijipekial. 

rpEA-F.XTRA FINE GUNPOWDER. 

riTBA— EXTRA FINE YOUNG BYSON. 

riTKA-EXrBA FINtOOLOKG. 

flTBA-EXTKA FINE ENGLISH BKEAK- 
M. FAST. 

The above wx w.<.riant ruKE and rKESH,at 
prices which cannot fail to please. 

^vtnAsa. 4t PAAjt. 

January 8, 1k6«). an9 

DKNXA.L IlsrciTKUM;E;N"TS 

For salp, a complete! Traveling Case, of the very 
best quality of Di.ntal Instruments. 18 Forceps, 
27 Ivory handles and German silver fenil p'ug- 
gers and scalers. Also, .steel handle pluggers, 
brass excavators, files, glasses, ftc, Ac. All for 
tlW). If not sold by February 1st, will be retailed 
t3 suit the purchaser, and at low prices. Call and 
examine, at the LOAN OFFICE, 

No. 231 Third street. 

Janl0-d2m* 

Family Groceries. 



NEW FIRM 1 NEW GOODS! 



The uni'erslgned, havlngjust opened a choice 
ptock of Family OltnCtKlK.S, at thrlr store 
on JACKSON .'(TREET, nearly opposite the 
"Jiio Clock," will kerp constantly on hand a 
full assortment of all Goods in their line. 

A share of the public patronage is respectfully 
solicited. 

Bnvai«01« * WEI,E,M«. 

January 17lh, l«6r< janl8-ly 



ST. PAX L BROOM 

All' 

ORUSH FACTORY. 

Fort-st , bet. Eagle and Chestnut. 



ISHiiig di>tr'rniiu<d to proilubo b.-ller manu- 
factured Goods than can bf procured in thf State, 
an'i pt as low prices, would therefore respect- 
fully s-olicit Ihi palruiiagf of the Merchants of 
St. Paul and neighboring cities and towns. 

TUOMAII AHUYOa. 
N. B. nighi'st price paid for Itroom Corn, 
lebl 



flonest'Reliable-Poiider Well. 



THE JOHN P. MANNY 

COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER. 

1IIE DEq y.UVESrEll W TUE PKLD. 

Vf*Eltt-KrT HEAPMn-A PBB- 
hF.i:i M(»>VEK. 
A P.rf.'ci llandRakor, a Pnleot .Self-Bak'T 
co:nbln«.l in ore machiuu. Furraers will look to 
thi'ir Intereat by .•xaminina! the groat advan- 
tages which this micliin" lias over all others, 
biforo giving their ii'd-Tf. ltLKii'ml)''r this Is 
N')T the old P. Maun v Machine, or the old John 
II. Manny Marhine, whi.-li hiivi- such strong 
l-rrjiiilici-fl against lli'-m in many |ilac"s, but the 
g. iiiiiti" .liiHN I'. M-V-NNY-IlK* Fanner's favorUe 
und friond wherever kno«u or usKd. There was 
a>>itui one hundre.l of thi'in used bv farmera in 
Olmsted and D.idgi- Counties. Minnesota, last 
year. II you wish tu iio't yourself on the mer- 
its of the machine, (aud you certainly should if 
MM dfign buying,) send for a circular or sub 

THK MAI'III.NK. 

Blxor eight Good AgiMits wanted Indifferent 
parts otthe Stat.-. .\ou" others need apply than 
UoNK.sT, RKI.I.vni.K men. 

Apply lor circulars, infosma'ion, 4c., to 
.IKi.SE WIUIE, .Ik., Kochc-sler.Mlnn., 

Iebrd&w:iw General Ag't lor Mlnneiota. 



STEAM CHAIR FACTORY. 

JANSKN BROXHKB8, 

WaOLESAI.E MaaurACTURKKS OF 

CbaifN, Bedste^dN. Loungeg) 

Oy KVKItY UBSCRIPTIOir, 

Liagle Btrut, near the Upper Levee, 
ST. PATH.. Birair, 

All kinds of Tnraingforwle uid done 10 oniei. 
So -oil Hawing and Planlag attendod to. 
iiaezr-lv 



AFFAIRS IN GEORGIA- 



Excellent Speech by the lloii. 
Joshua Hill. 



It will be :tiueuibtre<l tb«t the real 
Union men iu the (ieoPRia Ligisiainro 
cast U)(.ir votes for Hon. .losLun liill for 
oni! uf the United States Senators at the 
nuent electioD, but Le was iJefeate f, the 
choice falling on Ale.xanilir H Stepheim 
and Herscbell V. .loLitiaon, both of whom 
wern iJentifieii wilh the rebellion, and 
(h-.-refore incapable ol taking ibe test 
oath. Ihe day before the ek-ctioii Mr. 
Hill dt'lhicil bis position with a aouiidmss 
and boldness that entitle him to the ad- 
Uiiralioii <if all lo>aI men. Alter retra- 
cing Ills (;aretr ati a Union oian, Mr. Hill 
said: 

You will all bear ine witneoa that I 
have not impoituued yuu for your votes. 
Fur that, if nothing else, you vhall give 
me Credit. In deteruiiniug a choice for 
Senators, I have a right toinmst that you 
do no hurt to the State by electing a man 
who, from an/ cause, cannot serve you 
if elected. 

I have no right to urge upon yr ii, nor 
will I, my abilities to repn sent I lie State ; 
but I may and abouUl present my availa- 
bility. If any of you imagine that it is a 
matter of trilling importance what posi. 
tion, civil or military, an individual has 
oocupifd in the defunct government of 
the confederacy, let me tell you that you 
Ubor under a profound mistake ; whoever 
regards lightly the teat oath, and believes 
it immaterial whether one can tjke it or 
rot, is laboring under a delusion. The 
admission of members into the present 
Congress will dts[>end mainly upon the 
ability of the member to take the Oath 
required of him— conscientiouslr. The 
historj of each member will be inquired 



Wht S^9M §«ia ^tmi^. 

UIILtVHKI) l>.\II.V,'rKI-WKKKI.I AH Ii WKKKI.V 

t ) ttio«— .A. JJuiiaiUK the UiiUKe. 

FACETIJl. 

— The late Senator Benton was once 
aaked to eharact€>rizo tho following pub- 
lic men, viz : Calhoun. Webster, Clay 
and Huehauan. He said, "('alhoun. sir, 
is a politician, but no statesman. Web- 
ster IS a statesman, but no politician. 
Clay is both a politician and a statesman, 
buchduan, sir, is a slippery fettow" 

— Au Indiana soldier writes that ';he 
never realized the horrors ol war until be 
got home to Indiana and found his gal 
married to a stay-at home dty goods 
clerk." 

- 'I'lw. following IS It part of a speech 
recently made to the F'resideut, it is said, 
by the head of one of tiio bureaus at 
Wn.<biiigton : 

" The people has laid ilown their spears 
and is beginning to take pruning hook.s ; 
and although the fields is wasted and the 
land mourns, yet we will distribute the 
seeds of harmony, the Iruiis of concord 
and garden sass generally, so as to let 
the South tee the tlTects of good govern- 
ment and the wisdom of your adminis- 
tration." 

— A Montreal dispjitth to the Toronto 
Qlobe e&ys: "There was an immense 
crowd at the skating link last night, and 
many ladies lu rich, ta^telul dresses. 
Among the gentlemen, besides niggers, 
Fenians and roughs, there wore u number 
of splendid costumes." 

— The meanest reason for getting mar- 
ried that we ever heard, was from a man 
who riaid he wanted some one to part his 
back hair for him. — Punch. 

The Latest Batch. — Why is a con 
valescing dispeptic like a reprieved crim- 
inal ? Because he can't di gest yet. 

Why is electricity like the police when 
they ate wanted ? Because it is an invis- 
ible force. 

It i.s said a sober man, when drunk, 
f.eU the same as a diur.kcn man when 
sober. 

Why is mending stockings like blas- 
pheming ? Because it is darning what is 
holy. 

AN'hcn a man is saddled with a bad wife 
th^re are sure to be stir ups iu the 
family. 

Hk Wknt.— Nice young man a little 
wor.'dly-minded, walked to church with 
a very pious young lady. Arrived at the 
door, wcrldly-minded ycungman declined 
entering. Whereupon pious young lady 
seized bis bat, aud placing it under her 
cloak, sailed into church, leaving the 
worldly-minded young man standing at 
the door, minus Lis hai. The last heard 
of worldly-minded young man, he was 
seen wending his way down the church 
aisle as demurely as it nothing had hap- 
pened. 

— The Chicago Evening Journal has 
been badly sold. Its London correspon- 
dent said of Spurgeon, the great preacher, 
" On Christmas day he appeared in his 
pulpit with a crown on bis bead and a 
palm in his hand.' A few days alter, the 
Journal said the satement was without 
foundation. Had the astute editors 
.itoppcd to think that every clergyman 
appears in his pulpit with a crown on bis 
bead .tnd a palm in each hand, they would 
have been less hasty in denying the eccen- 
tricity. 

— "Thai's a. stuftiil brute of yours, 
John,' said a Scotch minister to his par- 
ishi'iner, the peat dealer, who drove the 
merchandise from door to door in a Email 
cari drawn by a donkey ; " I never see 
you but the creature is braying." "Ah, 
s'r," said Ihe peat dealer, "ye ken hearts 
waim when frieu's meet." 

— During the txaminatiou of a witness 
i>s to the locality of the stairs in a house, 
the counsel asked him, "which way did 
the stairs run ?'" The witness replied : 
" One way they ran up stairs, but the 
other way they ran down stairs.'' The 
learned counsel winked his eyes and 
tbca took a look at the ceiling. 

— A greenhorn standing by a sewing 
machine at which a young lady was at 
work, looking at the machine and its fair 
operator, at length gave vent to his admi- 
ration with—" By golly ! it's purty, 
specia'ly the part covered with caliker." 

-—An Irish schoolmaster is teaching the 
Mexicans English at twenty tve cents 
per lesson. His pupils progress rapidly, 
and now approach every American with 
" An' faith how arc ye?" "The top ol 
tlie mornin' to ye !' &c., &c. There is 
some suspicion that the " master" is a 
Fenian. 

— A daughter of the celebrated Mad- 
ame Ancelot married the eminent barris- 
ter, M. Lachaud, whose brilliant speech- 
es at the bar almost rival in eloquence 
and forensic learning those of Beryer or 
Chaix d'£strange. Madame Ancelot ex- 
claimed at once to a friend, " I am the 
happiest woman in France. I have a 
son-in-law of whom every one speaks, 
and a daughter of whom no person ever 
made a remark." 

— A chambermaid, tired of the drudg- 
ery of her vocation, said to another: 
" I'm going to leave this business ; I'm 
going on the stage to be &corps de baHeC 
(pronouncing as spelled.) " But can 
you get a place.' Have you got good— 
thingums? " " Well, 1 guess they'll do," 
answered the first, raising her skirts, 'I 
don't stand upon trifles ! " 

— A volatile young lord, whose con- 
quests in the female world were number- 
less, at last married. " Now, mv lord," 
said his wife, " I hope you'll "mend." 
" .Madam," eaid he, " this is my last fol- 
Ir." 

— A delicate young lady whose 'pa has 
" struck oil," has discarded the operatic 
phrase " putting on airs," and substituted 
the refined improvement, " attiring your 
persons in atmospheric ajiparel." 

— We like both Quakers and music ; 
and we can't see why Quakers themselves 
don't like music The Friend says : A 
few years ago, a highly respected Friend 
was disowned by the monthly meeting of 
New York, for having a piano iu his 
house. Now we wonder what the month- 
ly meeting of New York thinks of the 
l.jUth I'salm— " Praise bun with the 
haip." A piano iii only a harp iu a box. 
— indtpeitdeiU. 



into i a rigid scrutiny will be observed as 

to his antecedents .Xud no iiiiitler whit 
may be the personal werita of a man, big 
political career Hiid charact<T alone will 
be consulted. This stern rule may irri- 
tate abil wound your piide, but it »liould 
nut, il ii.deed you are the loyal luen you 
profess to l:c. Il you n-ally leel a reluc- 
tance to elect a man who luii taku this 
oath, then il is bee lu^^tt you di.^approve 
his loyally, ami it hustjiined iu this senti- 
ment by your copsfituents, then you are 
not entitled to represeutatiou iu ihu 
eounetU ul the naiioii. It it be a matter 
of reproach to be able lo lake this severe 
oath, then denounce me, for I can take it. 
I am sorry to say that I know so few who 
are in my eitualiun. Do you in>t wish 
that all could take il P 

AUudint; to ^>'- SteplaiiLS Mr. Hill 
sitid : 

It li gtnt'ially under^too<t that you wil 
mske choice of u distinguished gentleniar, 
prominent for his public i>ervice8 and bis 
uckuowledgcd Inlcnts, and, rcgardleaa ol 
his e.tri'.est rcinoi s anccs us ret Icrtb in 
the letter I will rend you, loicc. upon 
h-.m, obj'tctiiig ai.d relocfant as he may 
b<i — this high trust. II you are really his 
friend, you will better serve liiin by iore- 
going the use ol his n,itne. I care not, 
il a man be contidered as pure as an an- 
gel, under such eilculu^taIIccs be cannot 
escape a suspicion ot encouraging tbcac'. 
My attitude iu;iy h\iv my judgment, but 1 
will stake my reputation that evil comes 
ofthedceil. But the ii.il has gone fonh 
aud ir. lo irrcvoc;;ble. 

Scuie |i.-ofvSS to belii-v* ibat there is 
liUleriiirerencc as tho status (•I'lnr'n, and 
that all will be icgsrdcd alkc It is no- 
thing that such as I, cunJeiuuu.g ;hc rev- 
olution, and ith.stdicing Irom its commence- 
mer.t to its close, from participating in 
any public meeting, from casting a vote 
for any officer ol the pw ten'Icd new gov- 
ernment, and fiom miy act voluntarily 
at war with obligations to my country — 
IS there, in your jud/iuiiit, no difference 
between such a niau und one who took 
oliice under an orgau'zuioii Lustile and 
at war with the guverniii»iit to wbirh his 
allegiance whs duei" ,l(\ou determine 
there i:j not, the Senate of the Uniu d 
States will reverse your jiiJgintnt. 

That these declarations are the simple 
truth, is sulliciently shown in President 
Johnson's reply to the Virginia delega- 
tion. And yet the Georgia p:ip-T which 
publishes Mr. Hill's remarks, while mar- 
veling at hi.s pluck, says it "wculd rather 
see Georgia a territory lorever than an 
iaimedntc State at his price."' Georgia 
will have a chance to learn boimthin^ 
from this Lason. 



SALE OF iOf^DKi'UIVfiU 

GOYERNMEIIT STORES. 



Orf !' I. OK ruK A88'r yc AKVKiiMAsrtit, j 

FoliTS.NKIUNO, JIlSSfSOTA, > 

February Zlst, lUtid. > 

There will lie nirer'd forstil'-at PUi'I.c .m;c. 
TION, nt this ollce oa lhM^^d■(y, the ir.tli flay 
of Slarcli, 1m;o, ut 10 o'clock a.-M.oI ta'ddav, 
onrl continue f.-om di. to day nntil nil ig Kolii, 
th'i following de.'cribcd i.ond'-mned Govern- 
ment Property, lo-wit : 

(II) Eleven Inkstands. 

(■■") HfifenBox Stoves. 

(IZ) Twclvi. Cook Stoves, 

<.'■'•) Three Tent Stoves, 

(Ml) bixty Wiigon Covers. 

; .') Two Curb Bridles. 

(4i'^ Forty BixLtaihcr linlter''. 

Cl'.<i Twelve llarne s llaiurs. 

(6) Flight single sets Ambuluucu Uarne:'^, 
(1 1) Fjrty-four single sets W li-»el llamu '', 
(lii) Sixty-two siugle Bits LoiJ tlariiea-. 
(.i) F;v.' Lea.1 l,ii.e< 

(4) roi-T Bidinjf baddies. 
(.Il Five Ariiiv Wa^oES. 
(1) On" Anvil, bric 
(1) Oni- Anvil, small. 

(1) One H-t lijauksn iih'. Tools, iiicomplet '. 
tl; One Porlabo Forge. 

(K') Forty Ilor-e shoe Kacp?. 

(DOneVi^e. 

('•; Tlire" Monkey Wrench. 6. 

(7) I even BaIN and Chains. 
(,:i) Thre<' Grind Stones. 

(<) One Handforn iMiU. 
(1074'4)Onc tllou^.ln^ and sevcnty-f ji r aud 
on-»fourth pourds Rope. 
(,'») Twcntyeidht Kopa Halters. 
1 1 > One Cart. . 

(Ij One Bellows. * 

(a; Five ISuttresscs. 

(13) Ihirteeu Shooing Kui^e.?. 
('.') Nine I'air.-i Tongs, a-,-orted. 

(4) Four .stio^irg llamrni rs. 

(11) F;ieven King Holts. 

(12) Twelve Tonuuo Bolts. 

(Tb) sevfuty eight Forage Caps. 
( !5 ' Fifteen Uniform Coats, 
(18) Eiithteen f'lishes. 

(5) F^ive L'niform Jackets, V. K. C. 

(4) Four l.'niform .lackcts, cavalry. 

(.21) Xv.cntv -BUS Tiowiter.-, pairs cuvali j , 

(3) Three Trowrers, pairs infaotrv, 

(5) Five Fliinnel .'?nck Coat'. 
i-i) Three Pairs Drawers. 
(17)Sevontetn pairs Bout:!. 

( l."0 Forty flvo ipalrs Bootees. 

(8) F.ight pairs Stockings. 

(2) Two great ccit.-, cavalry. 

(4) Four Water Proof Pouches, 
(a) Five Water Proof Blankets. 

i2-.'5; r«-o hundred an! t-:Tenty-fivc great Coat 
Straps. 
(70) Sever tv Woolen Blankets, 
(tt) Nine I'airg Buff. Overshoes. 
(2) Two grreat Goat*, infantry. 
(23o) Two hundred anl ilfij-fivo Bed Sacks, 

^/^2?^.^*° hundred and eight Bed Sack*, double. 
(■») Thirty-hve Spades. 

(221) Two huniir^dand twentvfour Knapsacks. 
(■>44) Tbreu bimdred and forty-tour llaver- 
sacks. 

(*41) Four hundred aud forty-one Canlci-ns and 
Straps, 

(114) One hundred :ind fourteen Axe.-,. 
(IU) Cne Hundred andthrirteen Axe Hanrtles. 
(197) One huDdr<Ki anl njnnty-cvcn Camp 
Kettles. 
(257) Two liandred and Ufiy-scveu Mess I'an.s. 
(■30) Thirty Hatoliets. 
(■») Thirty Hatchets, handle*. 

(17) .SevcntC!'n Wall Tents 

(14) Fourteen Wa 1 Pent Flies. 

(■■«■) Twenty-seven Wall Tent Pol"s and Pins, 

(23) Twenty-f.ree Common Tents. 

(18) Eightai-n Common Tent Pole < and Pins, 

(2491) Twenty-fjur hundred and ninelv-one 
BOolter Tents. 

(13) Thirteen Pick Axes. 
(4) F'our Pick Axe Handles. 
(4) Four Sibley Tents. 

(1) Four bibley Tent Tripods. 

(4) Four Slbluy Tent Poles. 

(none Bell Tent. 

(I) One Bell Tent Pole. 

Terms : Cash ia V. S. currency. 

C.W.NASH, 
feb32td Capt. and A. Q. M. 

a AW nULI. rOB SAI.V. 

At one of the best points for t'lelsi la ot Lum- 
ber on the Mis^issippi Klver. Also <ine set of 
Machinery, lor Mulcy Saw Mills, eniirely nrw. 
One set of Machinery for .Sash Saw Mill, nearly 
new. For particulars Inquire of 

C. BRlDGMAN,St.Clond, Minn. 

feb22tf 



STEIN WAY & SONS 

t> I A ]N O H . 

Chickering 8l ^ons 
r»i ATsros, 

And the lirgnet and best asdortmeut til 

ORGANS, MBLODEONS. 

ASI> 

Miiifslou,! luHtrumcsuf M, 

in tho State, at 

nVMUEK UUOH., 

J«n; 192 Third street. 



UTATE t»t .IIIMIVBOOTA— com- 

O TV Oh KA.MjKY-PrtUBATE COURT, 
.'■peciul Term — .lanuary 13, 186(i. 

In III'' mjtier of the guardianship of Jiiha 
ArmHtrotig. 

On nailing and tiling thu p<>tiilion of Jennie 
Arnisti,)ng giiiiriiaii of inid minor, represeuling 
that mid minor Is sei.:ed of certain leal estat.-, 
and lliif it is rxp.-dlent nnd ni'i.oisary to sell a 
pari of the saiiie, anl praying for license to sell 
thi' said portion ; 

It isordereil thst Wedoes.lay, the '.ilst day of 
February, l.-iwi. a» ten o'clock in the lurcu^on, at 
the iillii'" of th<- . lodge id' Probate In tli.r city of 
St. Paul, bi-inir a'SigiKil for the healing of sgid 
pelilioii,nii't that thu uext of kin of said minor 
and nil other persons Interested in said minor 
nd his estate, are rei)tiired to appear at a "enflon 
Of t»e Pre hate Court then and there to be holden, 
to show e.iuse, if any th'.re b«, why the pra>er of 
said pe' it iou should not bj granted and said Ii- 
c use given. 

H. F. ChUWELL, 
■ladgeiofProbilo. 

wcd'jan31.4w 



STATKO»mil«IIBIM>TA-f;OA'MTV 
OF KAMSEV-PlCOKATECOL'Kl'. 

.Special Term— Fi'biuary dth, INil 
In till- matter of the Fslal.' ol Abljnh Blkkcman 
deceased. ' 

On rea.liug and tiling Ihe petition of Sanh T 
Itlakrmau, ndiniulstriirix ofsaldtstute pruyiitir 
that the account of her administration herewith 
died in siaid Court may be allowed, and shedla. 
charg.il from said trust : 

H Is ordered that Friday, the 2d day 
Maicb, lM'>ii,al ti'n o'clock in Ihe forenoon 
the <imex> of the Judge uf Prnbite, In the oilv 
St. Paul, be assigned lor Uk' h.-ariug ol said m 
lion and nllowunce offa'd nccoanf.aad that ' 
heirs at law of sal I deira.el, and all other ii 
sons lnter<-8tJ<d in said ■■slnie, are rrnnired to 
appnar at a session of said Probate Court then 
and thereto be holden, to show oausc if anv 
there be why Ihe prayer of said petition should not 
bi' granted and said account allowed, and ciil 
adolnistrutrlxdlscharKid " >.i ii | 

.,,.,. It. K. CROWKI.I,, 

W'd.f'-h7 It .Iu*geof ITrhnio 

PBBSH PBIMTIMCl COIIIPAMV 
Book and .lob Printers. Bookblndori, 'Pm^t 
Batars, and Blank Book MannfaotDrarc 



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FOB TAB ilATiONI 

coE's mm cuREi 

Tlio World's Great Remedy 

KDR 

Dyspepsia, InUigesdou, 

AND ALL 

U I ta tr. A tit »*1 » 

OF THE 

STOMACH AM) BOWELS 



i'feuureU bv the Prourietora ot 
" Coti'm CoMRh Buluazn.** 



llvseai-siA Is not only the sure forerunner ol 
deuth, hut t>,e companion of a miserable life. It 
haM v.dl been called the Nation's soourgi>; for 
more jiersona, both old and young, male and fe- 
male, natfi": from the ravaife.., Uian from all uther 
uihRHUts ->jiiiliin.>d It r<.tx4 the whole system of 
its vigor and energy, givi'S wearinees aud total 
indlspnsiilon to those once strong and active; 
rend.irs tli" stomach pnwerl.-ss to digest the food, 
and has for Its attendants. 

Ihttdaclie, Heartburn, (Jotulipalion, Now- 
sea at Stomach, and Oeneral 
Dehilify of the y>hoU 
Syelem, 

rrfii-i:ig it« Fubjpcts a particle of noarishing or 
early fii'iil, without paying the pena'ty iu the 
mot' a!;onlzlnKdlstrppa,andoftentimesoomplet« 
pruttratlon. To meet the terrible ravages of 
t.iiHwoisto allUiaeas"" we HAVE PREP AKED 

•rOEvShYSPErSIACUREr 

and wo pledge our reinitatlon upon our BtstemeDt , 
•h'- ».o aav it will 

y«8itivi-iy Cure the WOK8T of Yon, 

not In a year— nut in a month — nor In a we-.-k— 
but you ehall see Its beneficial InlloeDoa at once 
iniBtediately, and the day you take it. To yon 
irhii have lived for years upon Graham Broad 
ind plain diet, who dare not eat anything the 
lea'twise hearty— first, because the Doctor has 
ordered the plainest food, and secondly, for fear 
of rh" distress it causes -rifing and souring on 
your stomach, wc sav sit down to your dinner 
eai SH hearty a meal a " you wish, and as soon as 
Ihu food IjeKins to distress you, follow It by » 
riU'Ue t'-at) oontul of 

C O IS ' s 





AND IT WILL 

Kclleve Y'oii Instantaneoasly I 

thai enabling you, by hearty eating, and tho use 
of the cure aiti-r each meal, (as often as the food 
distresses you, or sours on your etomach,)yoB 
will get in a very few days so that you cin do 
witHout the medicine, except occasionally, and 
by the time the first bottle is used up, we will 
guarantee yon free from Dyspepsia, and able to 
eat, digest, and enjoy nsheirtya breakfast as you 
ever eat down to in your healthiest hours, and 
wo will forfeit toyou the priceof tho bottle, upon 
your showing that our stat-ment is not correct. 
Tie medicine i-i powerful but brirmless^and 
whilst .•". r ingle tearpoonfnl will at once relieve 
the DvFpeptic sulfeter.the whol-) b ittblull would 
not materially injure film, as It is entirely vege 
f.ible and contains no opiate'^. All classes of 
oLseaso that have their oiigla in a disirderod 
Stomach and Uow'els, are dispelled in the same 
instaiitamous vpay, by tfce use of 

COLS DYSPEPSIA ('UREl 

FRVER and AGUE, SICK-HEADACHE, SICK 
SESS AT THE STOMACH, CONSTIPA- 
TION, HEARTBURN, COLIC PAINS 
IN STOMACH OU BOWELS, DYS- 
F.NTFSY. VOMITING, a FEEL- 
ING OF FAINTNES3 AND 
LASSI I'UDE, W ANT 
OF APPETITE, 

will not and cannot exist w leru the cure is used. 
It lomovi'B the Disease by removing the cause, 
not like Alcoholic Bitters which cover up your 
tad feelings for e. fiiw moment? byj their e.xhilor- 
ating elVecl'. 

/ii'ivare tf all such remedies or beverages, but 
lu their place use a Remedy that will restore the 
diEcas-'dlunetlons to their normal condition and 
set in motion the entire human mechanism in 
porl'ect harmony, and upon princiiih-s synony- 
mous Willi well delined physiological laws; That 
bucll wil! h • Uie effect of 

COE'S DYSPEPc^lA CUKE, 

minedi itWv and lu'MPnlaneou^ly, we pledp>- our 
word u.' m"n ol honor — our i.'piiatlon as Phar- 
maceutists — our favorable acquaintauce with the 
pe'>»»i.» as I riiprie'ors of ttr* world-renowTied 
••C )KS •OUGH BALSAM," if It is used ac 
ooriliag to our directions, which may be fuuud 
with each bottle. 

We add below some Te-timonials irora our 
neighliors and townsmen, to which we ask your 
caietui attenti^b. 



r V SiTl M.<J ^- 1 A. IjS. 

yron t&f I'astor of the Methodist K ("AarcA, 
Madison, Conn.: 
t na e uf ed Coe's Dyspepsia Cure in my Ittmlly, 
and evil wiUiugly testify to Ps value as a medi- 
dne. HENKY tilDMAND. 

Pastor M. K. I'hurcb. 
.Mial4on,Coaa.,Ji>no i'\ I»'i. 

A t'oifi: /mm lujme thro'iglt mir City I'ni'ers, 
New Haven, Conn., June 13, IWH. 

Messrs. Editors — Allow me through your col- 
•mns, to acknowledge ray gratitude for the ben- 
efit I ha»e received from theuse of foe's Dysjpap 
sii Ijure. Although I was a great sulfercr from 
Dyspepsi.i, the first dnsn gave instant relief, and 
one oune.4 h's enabled m« to e t anything I 
please, without patH. have now stopped using 
the medicine, as I do longer nei<d It. 

PALMIRA I.TTMAN. 

Madison, Conn., June 3 th, ISM. 
("■rom the benefit derlv»d by the use of Coe's 
l> 'spepsia Cure in my latnily . I an prepared to 
say that 1 never intend to bi^ without It. and ad- 
vise ail who are aillioted wi'h Dyspepsia to try it. 
PHILANDER LEWIS, 

Mr. Cok ;— The lx>fle ot Ccc's Dv!-p»-p-ia Cur 
you gave m" has backed up your statement con- 
cerning it. I have only usetl hall a bottle, and 
CUT fat p ne anple short rake, or anything else, 
wiihont troubl >. It act' like a ctianu. Ih? re 
Hef it affords is instantaneous. 

JANK A. L'>WKEY. 

Nnw K.iven, Juno lath. 1864, 



Those who know my constitution, what my 
condition has been f-->rt"e last thirty ^ears, vrtll 
belldve with me that a medicine which will reach 
my case, wil! reach almost anyone. Coe's Dva- 
pepida Cure has enabled me to eat aayth'n;; I 
please, and it ia verv sebiom I now have to use 
tho medicine. It relieved m<» in an inctantwhrn 
I was In great pain. Mywh If system!- <tr-»opJi- 
ened by its use. ANN E. B AUtiO Pi. 

Now Haven, June 2«th, 18M. 

iBsporassBt t» Tratrelsra. 

While Journeying on the cars, my ; jni ich be- 
cam-ibadlv deranged, causi"g severe tiain iu my 
head. Had it been on the water It would hare 
been called sea-sickuess. A lady sitting by me 
kco Iking my condition, reachiH) out a bottle say- 
ing "lake a swallow." ( did so, and in less 
than Ave minutes my trouble wa ended. The 
medicine was " Coc's Th-siiepsto Cure," and from 
tho -jffi'ct It had upon the Stomach nnd what I 
have learned of it since, I think it, mu:-t be an 
excadlent remedy for Sea sickness anu Dvspep la 
MR8.SAMUEI FIELD. 

Mldisun. June :t0th, l»(ti. 



Vao of *li« Tmodu- N,«>. 

New Miiyeu, June llili, mA. 
ill'. (;oK — Sir :— llavlngh-en troubled with the 
Jyspnpsia for some eight or twdNe mouths, a 
havi) taken thu usual kinds of oiedlchu s, which 
hov'! done men" good. I saw y.:ur adv.'rtise- 
meitt of a medicine to cure the DvsiM'psia. I 
hav) tried II and found it to be 1 ic. Medicine 
Tlie first tlitnen drops, (the 7th of June,) that I 
took rnlleved me in one minute. 1 have taken 
It three or four rimes, but have hail no distressing 
fei'lint In my stomaoh rlnce taking the Urst flf- 
teen drops; althor},rh, befor«, 1 eouM not eat a 
m^sl. and sometimes no mure than ihire or four 
motithfnils without distressina me. 

Respectfully, J. F. WOODRUFF. 

New Haven, June llth, l»ij4. 
Mr. CoK— Dear Sir:— Till- t>ottle of llvspepsia 
MedicinnI received from yoii.gaveinstantaneons 
rtdiof. I enly used it wh"u mv Iu<id distressed 
me, it was about like t iking two doses today, 
one to morrow, then every oliur day, iucieatlng 
the luantly of food and di. Teaming tie- nii'diiine 
until I was enabled to eat wtlhout taking any nt 
all. My cas" wa" an extreme on", having suffer- 
ed for seven years I now consider myself cured, 
nd by only using ore bottle of Bledicine in the 
vf of two months. ITie dos« was a teaspoon- 
F.LI.kV ,s. ALLEN. 

Sold by t ruggi^ts in nty and country, 

everywhere. 

PRICE, $1.00 For Uottle. 

Orders l.y mall, from either dealiTs or oousa- 
mers troinjiiiy attended to 

C. Q CLARK ft CO., 

H'h-Usnie Drui/ymt.^. .\cu< i/..>ii, C'OMR., 
Pkoikiktiiks. 

NO'TE-lieiaules fiicit-iit will lind this n .-plen- 
did lint idol.' fir NAl!Ss..\ AT Sl'iiMACII, and 
ail iiidispusitiL-n imculiar to the situation. 

SOLE AOI-NT l-^'R THE NORTIIWhST, at 
8t. PanI, Minn,, to u h'>m all oiders shonlil Im 
address, d. IvIJ-dAw-uowty 



GEOKGE SCOTTEN 

NOTyVRY 1*T7BI..TC, 

llai again opened an nfl're for the pnrpoao ot 
buying uod !i-liing 

Real E^talc oti Commission, 

Kentiae Houses. Paylnt' Taxes, acd a general 
Biisinuss ^^gency. 

Tuwoship, City and Vllh ge Hapi madctoor' 
der. Twelve ) ears' experlviuv In th> business In 
St. Taul will enablo him to at end to all matters 
entrasted to him aatlsfactorllr w nd withdispateh. 

Jiobertitrt-et, r^imer Mt:-< ««^ '«•«<, St. I'aul. 

tn73-3m 



ROBMBR, MOR»»SON ft KEEVEK, 

WHOLESALE GR0CER8 

a-nd OonunwHion Merchants, 

No. 3. .f AOKHON BTJttfcKT. ST. PAUL. MIiV"W 
Second Door Below Merchants' Hotel. 



We hLvs m Store one of the LABOBST 8TOCKB In tUa aaarkot of 

Tobaccos and Cigars. 

St. i'aul, Jaauaiy 11, lt<Ki. 



THE galekk; institute. 

■And AUnriCMota, HoHpital. 




TREATMEMT OF 



EHTABLISHKI} 1X.50, fOR THK 
iuhkahks of rnB trftiNAitv a\i> sk.m/aj. ^rsrtiifH. asu in- 
convoRATKu n r tiik lroislatcuk is \^\. OFfick IN CON- 

CK/iT HAIL BLOCK- unit thf. Post Oftt,. 

DR. WILLIAMS, th« (^nsuHIng Surguon of the above Institution, liae 
jun publi«h.-d k Manual tf iiexual Diseaso-, a large t*<.',k of 3S0 pages, and over 
100 engraving-. II it the only book i-v.-r published which gives a truthful de- 
scription ol .spermatorih'n, Venereal ljipeas.-s, Fetnale Complaints, and all dis- 
eases ol t!iH urinary aud nproduliive orgiiic of men and women of whatever ■»• 
tujV, including the solilary habits of txith Sfxes, end their dephnable conse- 
gupiIteH on the mind and lody, impot^-nce, loss ot power, and the sec-et Infirmi- 
ties of youth and manhood, the physiology ol marriage, fcc., with nt w and suo- 
onssfal metbodt.' of treatment for all the above cases. Mailed in a tlalnsealed 

wrapper for one dollar. 

4V Deecriptlvc Circulars oontainlng valuable informatlnn to the afllicted who wish to avoid 

(]iiaekery, mailed In a scaled envelop on reoeip- of 10 cents. Alno a iiamphlet for ladies , prioe S oenta 



All oommunicat ions confidential, aud wil! reai'li the oonsulting surgeon by aitdr»esing 



TUB OAXSSIC IM*TaTVTB. 



HARDWARE AND STOVES. 

JOHIV CXJUTIS. 

Comer Third, and Cedur StreetM. 

Mannfaotors' .Agent and Wholesale Ae4er i)i 

Shelf and lleavy flardirare, 

HkUM, OLAhS, ."HOVKLS, 8PADKH, CHAI.tS, 

8TKAP AMb T IliaOHS, TABLB ABLi PUCKK T 

CUTTLKKr SCISeOIlS, PLATKD WAKK, 

LKAD PIPB AND SHXST LKAK 

STOVES AND TIHWAttE. 

State Agent for tb's sale of MorrUoa's c( Is- 
brated 

II<^>MF, OOMFORT 




Summer and Winter Cook Stoves. 

TTic best in the world. 

My Mock of OFFICE, BOX PARLOR, aafl 
a large \-ariefT of different kAds ot COtiK 
STOVE3,iB the largest ever brought t-j this 
market. 

1 ke^'li a full stock of all goods in my line cf 
trade, and I think I can offer Inducements to the 
trade tliat will be to tlieir advantage to di-al 
with me, I ki-op a lull stu."k of 

TIN PLAl F.8, PIU TIN, 

SHEET COPPER, METTLE 

AND CtlPPKK BOTTOMS. 

SHEET IRON, 
Boih Am<',ican ind iiu;^iu. 

My stock of Newhouse Trap*, Hunt's, Blood's, 
Ten Eyke's, N< wroyers'and (jroff's Ax<'9 is very 
larg'', aud abo a large stock of PUTNAM'S 
NOKTHWI'.STKRN AND PRESSED lloRJ.E 
NAILS. 

Edgar Nash i6 t,till connected with the csti.t)- 
llshment and will be happy to attend to the 
warns of hi< eld friends at all times. 

A look throu„'h my large stock is carestly re- 
qocsted of the trade beforepurchasing eisewhe-e. 
JiJHN cubtu 
anK6-l7 



New Shavinv and Hair Dressing 

S^LOOIV! 



Messrs. DITCHER & BOWLEEl 

HavM sumptuously titled up ard opened fttaiar- 
lairand Hair 2>reaalo|r Boosua on Sev- 
enth street, Interrational Hotel building, to 
which gentlemen arc respectfully Invited, who 
are desirous of t>eing manipulated by experiecc- 
ed tonseria! artists. 

Tha very best toilet articles used and for fa'e, 
also paper collars, fto. 

Citizens and strangers are invited te call. 

DITCHER ft BOWLER. 

Jan31-lm 



$1 



K(\(\ 1P«» ■»TBAJ».-WE WAST 

%fJ\j\J Agents ■verywhe-e to «ell oirr 
lMPi:ovEi> $20 Sewtnc Mschines. Three new 
kinds. Under and uppor teed. Warranted fi-e 
years. Above salary or large commissions pail 
The OM.r machines sold in the United Stat'>s 
for less than (40, which are fully licensed iyy 
Hmne, Wheeler if iri.'*o», Orcver <f Haktr, 
Singer <j- Co., nu't naehctder. All other cheiip 
machini'S are infringements. Circulars frtt, 
Adddress or call upon Shaw ft Clark, Biddeforl, 
Maine deca;-d&w .3m 

THE COSMOPOLITAN 
HOTEL! 



An Upper Town EstaliljilimeDU 



The under-igned having leaded the line three 
story Brick Block on the corner of Third ai.d 
Franklin sfeets, (formerly tdgertoa's Buildini^) 
have altered and remodeled it into a 

First Class Hotel, 

and thereby supplied a want for several years 
Iclt In the Upfer Wards of tt. Pau'. The 
situation is oi.e of the finest and most coa- 
venieiitiu the city, and 

The Cosmopolitan Hotel 

wl!l proio aicep able to all who may favor It 
vith a vist, if a clean and airy location, 

NK\V.«^>rr) l£A.NJ.)SOME 

Fnrnitvir©, Oarpet^si, 

AND BEDDING. 

Tlic lte»il tiud Chuieest Cuine»Ublc <, 

with unexc»ptlonaMe Coik"rv ami popuUr 
managers aDil asslstauts are the requir melts 
sought for, fhese things lielng the features of 
th.' new 

Oo»*ui;>politau Hotol, 

it Is roci>mm«nded to citizens and strangers, with 
acjnHdeeoe tliat its i:atr,>ns will i^t be disap- 
pointed. 

fiEGHTNER & KOTTMAN. 

febl-ly 



HAI^'K OIP 



GOVEPtNMENT riail'.KTV. 



tiKKlOK Al'TIKU Asj'r Ql-.\l;IKhM.V>rKU, ( 

Four RinoT.KY, Mink., ■ eb. .") if*«. ) 

Wlllbr toM. at piiblle auct <n a' ibi- ntBo'.i'n 
Welnes,day,-Fibr»ary 18, Ih <>. at 1 '■ o'l-i. ck 5i , 
.ill the UTs. bjlldingsaud hiilldii;^: iii>tarlalat 
the following mint d p'a^c j : 

Jack-on, .vlinn. 

h'airmnuni, Minn. 

Madelia, Minn. 

Watonwan. Minn. 

Toims Cash in U. .S.Funil-. 

J.CHKSTEI! Hliiri. 

M l.leat. llHh Inf., A. A. U- M., I .-. Ami). 

leblu lut 



OOOK OENXWC K >' 

anil 

Blank Book Manufactory 

Xlie l'i-eiM><i L*riuiiii(£ c;o. 

Have in suooessfal operation thalargeslanriB^ot 
oompU'te Bindery iu Minnesota, embracingthe 
latestandmostiiaprovedmaohinery. KmplojiBg 
onlyoom|ietent and careful workmen, aud >i^ln|i 
hebest m.iti'rl.'. they hope to oontlnufto g ve 
•alislhotionto all. 

PAPEU RULED Ti) ORDKB 

AMD TO AST FATTKUS, 

LKDaEIlti. DAT BOOKS, J UMALS, CC>U 

HERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BLKNK BOOKS OF EVERY KIJID 

MAna lit THK BKSTMAWHKK 

DAVI.TPMKMI aVBAX J-OM OiF 
riCK executes all kinds of JobPrinUng 
with aaatness and dispatob, at tha^owest i>ric es 
/I p lily at the Coontlnx Boom. 



gampjsi, 0U5i, kt. 



LAMP GOODS 

>V HOLES A.L.E, 

Just received aud in store, the largest amount of 
LAMP UOODSeve' received In Bt. Paal. 

LIMPS OF ALL STfLES 

1.SWO dozen Laipp Chimneys and 
3(M gross Lamp Wltdts. 

A large Stock of LANTEBNB at HarrU't 
Crockery Importing House, 189 and 191, Third 
Street. nor 2S. 



IsT E ^VT" 



vmmm. 



Corner H abaiihaw asd FlfUi Streeta, 

Opposite Minnesota Hoaae 

St. PanI, MiBB. 



The undcrelgned baa estabUsbed a new Lainbtr 
Yard in this city at the aljove named location, is 
oonneoticc with bis 

" LINCOLN MILLS," 

and desires to call the attenUonof Bailders and 
others to his 

IMMENiSK 8XOCK OK 

BV-"RY DESCRIPTION OF 

L U M B E RI 

IHOLUDUiO 

Clooirii>.|r, Fenoiufc. 

l>im<9iieiiouis. Boards, 
CTloajr Lwmbor, HidiniPt 

which he has constantly on hand, and for sale at 

the LOWEST MARKKT PBICES. 
BUU fnr Inrge ttimtmiont HUnf to order on 

thort notice. 

8t. Paul, June], 18A5, 

H.«. TAYLOR, Agent. 

ly "W. X>. "WASirBTJRN. 

1> RI :« « OBXBik.<IU !■ •» T* H A VB 

MJ ALWAYS A 



COMPLETE ASSORTMENT 



We have, after great diaculty, | oWataed a 
new lot of 



BUFFALO SHOES 



And Mother styles for COLDJWKATHER, tho 
only stock in the dty. Shall have 



BOOT I»A.C7S, 



Ic a few days. Dealers can l>e supplied only 
at the BOOT AND SHOE HEADQUARTERS 
at reasonable prices. 

dec23 



El D. K. TtA.'^iyA.JJL, 

Dealer In 
GERMAN, FRENCH AND EHGLISB, 

TOTS A^n FANCY GOODS, 

Cutlery, Combs, PerfUmery, 

Brushes, Toilet Soap, China Ware, 

PlfEJi, BEADS, BIRD CAUE8. 

and Toys of every description. 

1«)0 Third-st., 8t. Paol, Mini. 

oct24-«m 



LB*]|A«D dk»HEIKB, Baiilaleira.- 
Shop in old Baptist Church Building on 
Fltlh stri>et,near Jackson. All kinds of Car- 
penter work done to order. 

MClHEIItB dk BmO.. Arckltrtta.- 
• (>ffli.einthe same bniHIng as Leonard 
ftShciri>'s Carpenter Shop, on TTfth street. De- 
signs, Phins and specifications for buildings of ot 
ery .iMon.'lption pr«.par<>d on short notlco. I n i '< 

GODFREY SIEGENTHALER, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 

Pnoonix Ulock, iiea.r th€> Srulite, 

Saint Paul, MlsnesoU. 
_ianl«-'^^ 

F"<fEIOH'I L.I,%E 

BF.TWK.F.N 

St.. l^iiiil aiitl .^hakopeo. 
MINN. VALLEY RAILROAD- 

ThivC mfoayls prepar«Ml to carry freight be- 
«we<nsr.!.il I'aul and t hakopeo, and Inierm.'dl- 
Bte sta-JonJ. Fn-ight intended for this line 
must Ik- delivered to.'. O. a II. C Burlwnk a 
Co , hf Com)iaiii 's Agents, at Ihrlr War»'houro 
on lhel,ev\ In Saint PanI; oral any smlcn on 
the line Fi.'ichi in eonsid<-ral>le quantities will 
tM< ralb-d lor, on Dotic-,al the pltcesof bnalBrw 
on the primipal Rtrrel'<, and all (reigbt to St. 
Paul will be delivri.'d al barlni^s plaoes on Thi r 
street, or near Ihe sam" withont extra charge. 
<il. A. HAMSLIW, 
nuv V-ti Secretary. 



fsntnittrf , kt. 



M. I». PITOMOIL,?**. 

IirSUBANCE AQENT. 

lf,et>-oi>ullta,ia, Ne-vv- York 

Oipital .„ t\,u*tjM». 

Sarplaa •oo.QOO. 

X^rilUurd. Ne-w Yorlc: 

CMtai $1,000,000. 

*ui»l«« aoo.ooo. 



Capital. 
Sorpiua. 



t\>l(/JfiOO 

uo^ooa 



JdLutuaal Xieiaolit. J^ltc 

Ai«et« over tfi,i//^fi»ft. 

193X1x11x1 street. St. Paul. 

riREaiGflraiL^uiiLm 

Ofv«h and Sui-ijIuh Capital 

,Jh.'. "^l •*'''='ly KAKMEKS- ir.BLKAMCli 
UiJMlA.. I li'HLii Liu-luii-i- ic t:,. ;,tit.- tod 
give* a briiarftr protection atW-ss eo»t ttds asy 
ether Ineunwx CumpiLuy Ir. the Nortiiw- -t. 

AJl lo*"";^ I'roMptlr ftd,-ai-ted«^d paid 
t) KKIC K W8. 
John W. Boyd, Presidetkt. 
D. Worth! ngton, ,S<^revary. 
8. D. Ha^i'nt'r, '.Stat'- JrtsM. Wl*. iz^t^aitt. 
Bou. -i'MiiUf-a JUUer. (Guv c>rMiiu>.i jjimatot 
C.H. M >NTAGUE, <i«n«i Ar«*t. ' 
r.O.addren. LiOosse Wi« i^'^dftwl 



FAMILY DYE COLORE. 

Pateat«4 Oc«ol>«>r IS. I<t«3. 



Black, 

Black/or Silk 
Dark aw, 
lAffM fsiut, 
Frexch filut,, 
Clartt Lrrtn, 
Dark firoten 

iAffhi ItrrrtTH, 

Sum/ Brrnen, 
Cherry, 
Crimuou. 
Dork lyrnh. 
Light Drab, 
Fmen Drab, 
Light Favn 
Drab. 




iJnrk firuat 
l."jU &rcM 

M'lizt, 
if':rotjU, 
'>r*; :./;., 
/«'r.t," 

r'ninl I'vrpU 

Scarlet, 
state, 
:-r-lftrino, 
riottt, 

r-JUm, 



For Dyeing bilk, W&o>l atd Kjxed Ocod* 

BhawN, .'•carff . Dreci-ii.. EiLbon-.'iJovea, 

Bonnets, Hat*, Feathers, Cbi'd- 

rea's Clothing, and ail kiudr 

of Wearing Apparel. 

4v:a ma Vise or M« PBB r:E3rT..er 

For itt cent" joa ein c*:cr as rnanv gco-i" t* 
would ot!i"rwisM coft fire tiBi*s that tarn. Vari- 
MS ahades can be produo>-d from the rame tire. 
The process is simple, and any one cau u^ the 
Dye w;th rerfect euco<>'«. D*r( ctio u- ir Ecgll»h. 
French and Qeraaa, Insld" r f each rftclagc. 
HOWE ft STLVFJ.S. 

_. , ,_ ^ 260 Beoadwat, E'.irToy. 

For wle by draggitu and dealers generally. 

O'l.MSjD 




The Best Tonic in the World. 



HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 

By many of tJw most pr-oiuhutU 
and successful Physicians in the 
country. 

A PERFECT CURE 

For Dyspepsia. Fcicr and Aytie, 
Acidity of the Stomach, I Ata^ of Ap- 
petite, Saufiea, Ueart-bum, Jaun- 
dice, and all difteascn arisiny from 
a disordered state of the Stomach, 
lAver or Jtue:fiin€s. 

CONSTITUTION FITTERS 

Arc bet Hit aold with the tno.<it ivon- 
dcrftU nuccejts aU ov<-r the country, 
and nerer fail to yive safisfartoii. 
Uelicate ffmalrs and weak child- 
ren are made strong Oy the use of 
these Sitters. In fart they should 
b« kept in every house. 

USE NONE BUT THE BEST! 

And the best can only be had by 
etiquiriny for the 

CONSTITUTION BITTERS! 



WANITACTTKED BV 

SEITARD Sc B£NTL£Y, 

CHEMISTS ATD DBrC-C-I.^TS, 
l.S:t .Main .St., liujfal". .V. 1'. 

Vr. K. BWBET A. CO.. 

Gncral Apentf, Chicago, Ii!. 
Wholesale Agents at Manufacturers' |.ric*» 
for Northwest, 

E. H. BIGGS, Druggists, St. Pau!. 
G.P. PEABODY ft CO., St. Paul. 



noT7dCmeow 



wed 



Condict,Woolley*'nf] 




Saddlery Hardware, 

Horse Collars, 

CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, 



99 Lake St., Chicago. 111. 

feb'.c '»m 



Vegetable Sic 



iliari 



DA5ICIMO a<'llCK»I., 
at the WInslow House Saint AathOBT, on 
der the management of MISS SARA T. RICF 
to o<intinue during the winter, 
Prio f! 1 1'r term of 12 lessons :— 

GentliTuan and Lady ♦4.00," 

Lai'y or Gentleman isingly.) s!oo. 

Per-ors wishing prix-ate lessons at special rates 
will r^oeive every attention. Good maaio will b» 

^1€> to ^sio Per I>aT- 

WANTED— AGENTS WANTKD in evrrr 
township In Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, 
t« sell ray elastic .oi-ksiii-h ••ORIEM'AI." 
FAMILY SEWINO M V<"H INK, (priae |i.>0 ) It 
will do all kinds of work thtt oin l>e done upon 
any machino, high )>rio»d or low, in a moat si<- 
pi'rior maitner. Itl> fully w»rrant»d and kept 
in ord.>r thre«> vears. .Send forclroolar and terms 
tnsg.^nts. Address, with Stamp, HAMILTON 
PECK, W^Ust Wat <r street, Milwaukee, Wis 
consin. fab S-<kit.eod 

BiB.B.~iaiiAnsir(:Ataoa. ci»c«t 
LARS, fto., printed In the bmt style at the 
DailT Press Stena Job PrUttagKMto. 



HAI R REMEW ER, 

«»» 

As the came ioiiicatce, not o&lv Ttr.Ncws 
the growth of the hair when thin and lalliug 
»ff, buVpositiTely r«ifir« the o.Vr to .■^.'s 
original «^de when it is tumicg ^rm or 
white, wheu^r caused by di<ca?c.^|^icf or 
3lJ age. 

It will ccrtail^ Jo what is cj^md tor it. 
k fact to which Y^tidrcds,jpy thousand;. 
nho hare used it, Bre re^^and willing to 
:cstify. VThcre one^t^« is fairly used, in 
iny community, itJlFeputaiion "spreads 
jke wild fire," an^i\tb« best advertise- 
ment and rccor»cndaVin wc desire, ia 
the Eastern Sta^, whcreVic "RtSEWlUr 
»riginatcd, Jmo youug la\es u?o it as s 
hair dresMig; it is foun\on the toilet 
'.ablcs o^^ung men, (also atVioir barbers l, 
whiloJnder men and women VUo desire a 
Rey^cr and Rettoratiee for theiVrroy locks 
kwi bald heads will not bo w^oni this 
ktticle, which gircs in every instJSfe, en 
lire Bctisf^ction. 

C-A-TTXIOlSr. 

Pon't let any druggist iv dealer utf:o ujvn yoa • 
lilTsrcut articlB, •» thera is no rrep.irat i,-n in th* wvrtd 
ika this, liewars of any article pnrporting lo be tha 
Muns. 

Try HALL'S lI.VITt RENT-WEU according to Pir»- 
tioni,and von will use no other. 

If not sold at dnn;Kiats ia joor town, a trial »>o«t;» 
Will be sent yoa bv express, upon r»vcipi of one dollar 
by mail, thus girrng yoo an opporttmitv at cnce d 
isstlng IU ascdlent qualities. 

Ordors for triaX bcOiet mujt be ad,Ir«sse J t.> 

C. A. Ci>OK, Chicago. 

Gen'l Agent for Northwastam StaUs, 

R. F. HALL k 00., Propileton, ^-aBhQ^ X. H. ^0 

Bold at WnOUSAlX, In Chicago, bv FTLLER, FINCH 

, a rULLER, BtTKKHAMS *'VAN JCHAAtHv, LORD ft 

BMTin, SMITH ft DWTER, J. U. REED t CO. 

COJA. o. nciTB, dixtzscb; blocei a ooi, b. 

800VIL, W. D. HARRIS * OO, POST ft BASXAU, m4 

If dmsgitta and dHtai CMMninr. 

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THE BAIWT PAUL PRESB, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1866. 



LATEST BY TELEGRAPH 

Interesting Debate In 
the Senate. 

THE PRESIDENT S POLICY 
DEFINED AND DEFEND- 
ED BY MR. DIXON. 

IMmiismvu VII ttii' i\(iiuis>iuii of 



BOSTONIANS DENOUNCE 
THE PRESIDENT'S AT- 
TACK ON SUMNER. 



THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



jr-IUSX' c:i-:iSSi.U>J 



W 






^K.s »»»•:. --Mr. \\ iljoii rvporteil Iroin 
the lOiuuiittvt' i i' iiihtar* utTjiis, the 
Mihtu bill, with .ai!it:diuiut3 M&uv ol 
tborti ot luitior iiuinntutot. cue ot wLiib 
strike:' out ilriiiika:i's jui-l ^ajjabunJa 
trom the titnU'tui j< '"*■'"» ■ aiiuthfr in- 



«:ludt'« thi k \ 


■ vl judicJiU ctlicors 


of th«' St I • 


tjiits amont; tho 


eitiup". 


- J. ■ - are uot kllowid 


to wsk:- 


. Ill' iciupanies iiiav 


ccc^i't ••''1 


' [ rivatt's III Addiiioii 


to it?' tr- 


t I vn-pHrt:('j'alioti 


ill the ri i'l-li'i : 


ki'u ow ; a iKiif 


feet!'''" is i'lJ* 'i 


■ rij; th'.' Cuiiiuaud- 


10*: l^ 


s I'l tht^' United 


Su:< -■ 


'tis to be uiadf 


froM :.iUi' 


'.'t tbi- militia and 


the elfin" 


.it (.iiitcral. 


Mr. lie 


k bll to sril the 


uasoid le-- 


1 toward Military 


R?il:r\.\v. 


outilv. ^\ isccn- 


»iu. ^V ^!'. 


's noti..« bv ad- 


viTfiittu;: 


»jld. llilerred 


to t OtHia 


indj. 


Mr. Ul'wv .II- 


Muduced a bill grant- 


irg hcds to ici!^ 


.,■ iKiioieDcies of (or- 


intT.;ranc« 


I'oniab iV Lake 


S". Lrjis. .< 


I ;cix «& L&ke Su- 


Dcnor rulroa.!.- 




Mr Tciii J 


1 a bill to amend 


u a^t cl >! 


. rtlative to land 


booir^t's ' 


vice, which pro- 


>^dts 'hx: 


;-.ath cf any per- 


•on i" !h»; — -• -- ' 


. ; . . •- who would 3e 


entitled to »ti li 


bounty i( living, his 


willow b* • ••■'•■; 


• .-.pnlv for and re- 


«:ve the ': 


' ill! or children, 


ll tbere :s : 


- . : she can marry 


wi'tcu' in'. . 


_ ; ;^ :aiai if she first 


nakt;j her aj-ii. - 




Mr. ^.u23.:r 


. li.-. tjllowing. 


whuh *a.- 




\V°:' 


u ilic otb dar of 


Jann-' 


.. ie»oiiiticn in the 


t0..ki'' 




V 


i^nt of theUniteU 


> . 


■ miouipatiL'tc with 


. V. . 


.v^ted to tumish to 


thv - 


tr-i or prociama- 


tier* . . - - 


rjonsas Provision- 


a.1 Gi.-.vii.. 


: an .iccijunt of the 


Siuarv. ,1 .1. 


. .lie been aflowetl, 




. V have taken lie- 




'ii;-.>. aiiil It' tbev 


•*., . 


ucc vre»cril>eil by 


toc^r*-> ■ 


!ie Vnitcil 8;ates, 


thfn wlJ^■ 


.■.• the ?3iuv, al«v 


CV>f Ir-i . 1 ;r 


.'ii-'' in hi* P'ssi's- 


*i' n 'rvro r . 


iny conTonMoD vr 


Up, ■ 


ui !r rt >pei tive States ; 


•^i'j 


4.-'itution. articles or 


!a»- 


■ • a iulupttii in such 




V 'ct the present 


o r. 


-the lights of per- 


•fil^ •-.- 




%V 


. yei been reteiv- 


id' 


fonnation called 


tor. «"... 1. 


iiiport:iu!; there- 


fbrv, 




Ac 


Mi t of the I'Dltcd 


Stai. - 


■ incomparihle with 


th 


fsteU to furnish to 




calleit for m the 


Mr Stini»»«T j 


I ' li a pi'iiiiun for 



gov'tiitnt , 

lerr- .1 tn ■i.<c .-[.ti.:*! 

Mr Mr.r;;.iu in'rodur,-d a bill to ex- 
em-' Ircm t«xvi<'nby Statr or municipal 
aotboritu-?, !»(•'! ^nrttd tocoUtgCBfor 
edoca'iur . v,i;icb was referred 

to rcnmi: 

Mr. \'. 

injtte>-, f 

to ci!':vtr 
Ucitei ' 
bim, wbii : 
consent a. . , 

Mr. I'a'vt.-', 
up tie ri-s'j!ut;.,!. :.:....:. 
for th-^ appointment cf 
invf«fii;irc fratids S ■ 
boreaLi. 

Mr. i>i%i. ..■. . 
from a former ; 
cbez. alleging that 



committed by Itju'v 
the South. 

Mr. i onncss, c-t Caliloruia, interrupted 
the r'.-a'!irg of the ci.mtnunication to ob- 
ject to it as a o nsute upon ofliccrs of the 
Gcvtrtment, the reading ol wb:<.h 
part of tLf I r.ji t'cdings of the Senate 
Bight be ' all indorsemtut of the 

■tAtemet:!. .. . ,•- wa- laken, and the 
Senate decided ''j iistHn to the readinj; 

Mr. Conn^-MS ui jM,tn! n an irrtrpoiisi- 
ble party, ukh iLc auttior ol the letter, 
beingpeimittc I ■ • hurt- and make a 

■tump .-{,►..■ ti . . (th'trs of the 

Governuieiil 

He aovtd thit ti.e Ittuis of 
V»»" resolution Le rtltrrcd to ib- 
tee on military alfai.-s. 

rh<; motninK l^ojr • .ipirtd and the 
tonf.urrentrt-obitioK that no Kenator or 



ReprescDta'iv-- 
lu)u.Mi from any 
8tat>:a until ^>; 
declari'd er.ti' • 
wu taken up. 
Mr. L)i.\on 
commencing 
arnmeutii of 1 



i ^ 



t •!.■ 



oSCctii)., took the floor, 
i'b an all u- lull to lb> 
^siOiidtii, IKiiHt.uU 
Sherman, lie did iiii think » wa-< much 
for Mr. I■V-^eil')^-n 'o sa, a.-, be did in his 
last speech, that be tlioufjlf. the President 
would not be iiiitrn'^ to bis country. 
That wa-t tj'.' ii.'.i ii to be liaid of a 
man with tu- ii a r- > . ril of pu'tiotism acd 
devotion to hii "o.inrry, bu! there were 
circt>mstance* to be tHken into considera- 



tion : wh»-n this 
was being dfi: 
and in the 8t 
very s'rongly 
lievcd that ti 
the country v • 
the President . 
well to oveti, 
which migb^. • .XT 
President as ' 
policy. He di . 



ok 

:.t \< 



lU 



^a'd the Frffid'-nt 

■ the oth*r iio'ise, 
\\'.; 'e had apoken 
■Z Ij'UJ- He be- 

' I vans of clearitjg { 
f'jlify adopted by 

■ I'.viry this, it was 
':ren'jei of detail 

"•en bim and the 
r} ifi^ out of this 
i".ve there was any 
pnncipb'8 iovolvcd in the freedmetrs bu- 
reau bill and ia voting for it in the fust 
place he di-l not crniuit bim.-ell io 
any way e.xc«pt ai ;i I,,. i.,i ^f ih« Freed- 
men to which h.. ...11 v,a.. The policy 
which he 1 r.;„dc..t -.-.a. now pnr.uinl; 
wai the polny xbid. be (Mr. Dixon) 
had advocaicl •,!!,, .- tb-: cormr.neMnetit 
of the war. He voted lor tl«: freclmen'* 
bill, though he lhou{<bt it obje.;tionable in 
many resptc'..*. U.-. was not of tboee who 
believi d th-u beitau^e a man wat cjnser- 
••ative h« ouf^ht tier. fore tij bate the ne 
groes. I|„ wa.i wil!i:ji; to voie mooey ad 
Ireely |orUaclci:i.n a, f.,r wbi'e men. 
Con.tituej.ts h. r.pr.,..,.i.:,,. He would 
never ask wb<:th>;r 



I'liitcd States had exclusive jurisdiction 
,>vcr itM own lueiuliurzt and their iiualiliea- 
t oil' It waa H matter tor each lloune 
to eaainine tor itulf. 

Mr. rniiii'>iitl sai\l. Bup.>OMi ihat in 
tiaie ol peace tbc> l.ei;iilatut'e ol Tcnues- 
sie 1-1 di.tb>\at and aw«i«r allegianCA to 
MaMiiidiAi). does the Sciiat >i lioiu Con- 
nei'iii'iit deiiv the auihorii> of C'oiigtesa 
to declare such an act invalid-' 

Mr. l)i.\on, iu reply, desired to ask 
Mr. Trumbull a ii lestioii. Suppose the 
Ten'tessc*- l.-t;i,-ilature .-iboiild elect Max- 
imilliau a Senator and the Senate sboiiUl 
de lie to receive him a.- such, could 
Oon;;re-'» inttriere in the matter'' Could 
llic ilouseol llcpre:<ciitative.s interfere r' 

Ml. Trumbull saul t! at il Mr. l>i\ou 
means t^» ask mo it (be Senate had the 
ph\>"'.il power to ilo what lie siiiigcsted. 
he (I iiiiiibiill') hid no doubt ol it. Vuv 
S> nau- hatl th>- same rit;lit to do so that a 
jury of twilve men had to brinj; in a ver 
diet .lirollv »t;ain8t the testimony of a 
hundred witnc-M". and to perjute Ihcm 
selves. 

Mr. l»i.\on isaid the Senate had no more 

rinht, nor was no more apt. to petjiire 

i'nlt than Com:! cjs. 11.^ waiconteudiiig 

ir the rii;ht of each House to ju lj;e lor 

itjselt. ,^. .^ , 

.Mr Kirkwood asked Mr. Dison if be 
held that the .s^iiiatc had no more juris- 
tiiction over the question cf receiving 
Senators from South Carolin.i than it has 
III the case of Senators from Iowa 

Mr. Dixon said that the question upju 
receiving the Senators from South Caro- 
lina wad one to be determined by the 
Scnite. Wbtulur Siiiatois came htie 
there was no doubt of the power ol the 
Scsiate over ili- milter, lie (Dixon) 
did not believe that any act of readmts- 
aion was iieei = ?ary. 

Alter M'me further remark?, Mr. Dix- 
on *aid, ii: conclusion . 

What IS the Jillerence o! opinum i x- 
isting between the rresideut of the United 
States at:d thjse who are opposed to bis 
rcconst ruction j'olicy ift the two houses 
of Con^it?-* '•' 1 ccrt.linly disclaim, of 
course, any right to s'ate what are his 
• 'pinions, except as they are >;iven to us 
in autbentie public doeurucnts ; from 
thciic I oStain liit view.'*. I'liat these are 
misrejircseuted, intention.illy c>r other- 
wise, ^bou!d not surpriJi- those who 
consider bo'v seldom a candid statement 
of the triic question at issue is made by 
the advocaif of eotitlicting doctrines and 
opinions It wouM j-.'em impossible in 
view of lb'' Irank and expH.it utterances 
which the IVcsid^'nt has oltcn made of 
his opinions, to create in the public mind 
any misspprciiensiou ot bis view. Vet 
this to a certain extent bis been done, 
he supposed by many to urge the admis- 
sion ot disloyal men from the rebel States 
to the two houses of Congress. He is 
charged with a purpose of brinyin;? into 
their former places in this body, bloody 
handed rebels. He is said to wish to 
throw wide open the doors of Congress, 
and (ill these seats with tniitors f^c^hfrom 
the battle fields c: the rebellion. What 
is his true position ? 

I might refer to a published statement 
of his views in his remarks to the delega- 
tion of Virginia the other day, in which 
he especially Icelarnl bis opinion that 
only loyal men .'hould be appointed to 
otbce, but I prefer to take bis latest au- 
thentic written declaratiotis. 1 shall read 
from bis veto message. I find in that 
document the loUowiug ; "I hold il mv 
duty to recommend to you in the interests 
ol pecioe and m the interests of the Union, 
the admission ot every State to its share 
in public legislation ; when however in 
subordinate, insargent or rebellious its 
people may have been, it presents itself 
not only in an attitude of loyally and 
harmony, but in the persons of represen- 
tatives whose loyally eaunot; be ques- 
tioned under any existing constitution or 
legislature."" 

&uch is the language of the Pre.'-idcnt 
in bis veto message. Can it be misun- 
derstood .-' Can it be misrepresented ? 
What are the e>:isting constitutional and 
loyal tests but the oath prescribed by the 
cocstituticn. and the still stronger test 
oath prescribed by law ? Having stated 
what he rceomnv-nds, \h^• President then 
States what 1m- is opposed to. as follows: 
"It is plain that an indefinite or per- 
miinent exrlu-i n of any part of the coun- 
try frtm rejiresentation must be attended 
by a spirit ol di.-'quict an<l cnnplaint.. It 
IS unwise and "langerous to pursue a 
course o( measures which will unite a very 
brge section of the country against 
ano'ber section. However much the la^- 
•b, which was re- I ter may preponderate, the course of emi- 
nimittcc of fifteen. | gration, ih"; development of industry and 
business, and natural causes vrill raise up 
men at the South as devoted to the Union 
a.s those of any other part of the country. 
Due il they arc excludi d from Congress ; 
if in .1 permanent statute iliey are de- 
clared not to be in full constitutional re- 
lation to the country, they may think 
ihc-y Live cause to btcnme a unit in 
feeling and sentiment agaiest the govern- 
ment" 

This is what the President is opposed 
to. We Lave, therelore, what he recom- 
mends and what he dis.'ipprovej. He 
recommt-T.ds the admission of men to Con- 
gress, who can take the required oaths, 
provided they come from Slates which 
represent tbcuiselvei in an attitude of 
harmony aiiu loyalty. He disapproves a 
permanent or indefinite exclusion ot all 
representatives regardless ol the loyalty 
of the representa'ive cr the people. 

Here then the issue is fairly presented. 

How could he state it more distinctly. 

Yet, we are daily told that the President 

as a destrts to throw wide o[)'ju the doors of 

Coti^ritsto bloody handed rebels. 

(■io where you will, in tLc hills of Uep- 
reaintativeg as well as in public press, 
and you will find the opponent ol bis pol- 
icy ttatii'g the question in ibi.s (oim. Mr. 
I'ri-siUent wbi^t now arc the two great 
questions cf iiol.cy with regard to recon- 
struction arid i°e-union on which the minds 
of the people cl this country are to-day 
divided .^ One of the systems known, by 
way of distinction is lhat of the Presi- 
dtnt'a is indicated in word.-i which I have 
cited from his veto message. It eontem- 
plafcB a I artful, caii'ious, discriminating 
111 I ither i adtiiis'-icn ol a Io; al representation from 
rebellious 1 loy.il States and ilistri< t» in the appropri- 
! ate House of C mgress by the separate 
' action ol each and every ease to be con- 
sidered by it^elf and decided on its own 
nieiits. It reeignizis tbo right of every 
ar- I loyiil l-late and di'trict, 'o be represen- 
and 1 < d by lojiU men in Congress. 

It draws tb" true line of dislinciiun be- 
tweKu traitors and true men; it furnishes 
to the States lately in rebellion the 
strnn;.'est potsible in'Jucement to loyalty 
and lideii'y to the government; it makes 
treason odious by showing that while the 
tr 'i'or and rebel are excluded from Con- 
gress, the loynl and the (aitHTul are cor- 
dially rtceived ; it recognizes and re- 
wards loyalty wherever it. is found, and 
iJi'lingiiishes as it should between a Hor- 
ace, Maynard and a .J'lrersou Davis. 

VVbat is the oth' r policy ? It coutem- 

plaice the ertire. exclusion of ri pn^senta- 

j tion in cither House cf Congress from 

I any Stale lately in rebellion, irrespective 

of i's present lo)Rliy or the character of 

I I's people, until the adoption of certain 

j measures not dellnitely sta'cd, whose ad- 

vocatf B agree, neither as to the measure 

proposed, nor in the reasons given for 

their support ; this exclusion to continue 

an iiidebnite and unlimited period of 

time-, decided by some to be live jear;", 

by tome thirty years, and by some, in a 

certain eontingency, forever. 

'I'he entire i>-gion r,ompri<ied wiibin the 
thirtevii seceding States, including Ten- 
uei-see to be held meanwhile as contpiered 
terii'ory, to be governed as provinces by 
the lentral power, and the people thereof 
as vatsals, liable and subject necessarily 
at all times to laxalion, while thus wholly 
dcjirividof represe'itation and of every 
right of self government, and now to 



be mtli'ary coni- 

-olution of thanks 

kiid Seaman of the 

ly intiodi-ced by 

I'iered by unanimous 



-iv, iirked to call 

ly olTered by him 

.1 committee to 

- :.•- ot the cotton 

! c read a letter 

mvsbal at Nat- 

:iiou3 frauds were 

- cmniissioners in 



Mr. I>a- 
commit- 



ived 

late 
rball have been 

rrprerei'iiti'jn. 



that of President Lincoln's, and that in 
adopting it President Johnson has but 
followed in the path of his predecMsor, 
and beli«viag also that this policy ia but 
a continuation ot the great struggle in 
deleuse ot 'be nol>le cause of the Union, 
lor which President l.inoolu aud all hi* 
raarivred brethren died, I declare my con- 
fident Irast that the people will support 
and uphold Andy Johnson in its advocacy 
and deteiise, as in the darkest days of 
war they supported and upheld Abraham 
Lincoln. 

At the conclusion ol Mr. Uixon's re- 
marks, Mr. Trumbwll rose to controvert 
the position taken by Mr. Dixon that the 
Seiia'e had a right to judge of the con- 
diiiun ol a Stale at the lime of tho elec- 
tion of Senators. He maiulamed that 
Congress, and not each house tor itself, 
must decide this question. He did not 
want anv law (or tho admission of tho 
rebel State, but b« did want some re- 
cognition by Congress of loyal State 
govcrninciUs in the .South before these 
States were admitted to representation. 
He desired to know of Mr. Dixon if, 
while the State of Tennessee was fight- 
ing a^'aiust the government, she had a 
right to representation here ? 

Mr. Saulsbury said he would answer 
that i|uestion. When armed resistance 
ceased and federal authority wa.s restored 
m Tennessee, that moment her Senators 
and representatives bad a right to ad- 
mission to Congress, and no other oath 
ought to be retpiired ol them than an 
oith to support the constitution of the 
United States. 

Mr. Trumbull said that >% as dodging 
the question, and lu. wisheil to know what 
would be the result if Tennessee had 
sent llepreseutative and Senators while 
a' war against the l.'nited States. 

Mr. Saulsbury said lhat never having 
recognized the tight ot a State to go out 
ol the Union and assume independent re- 
lations ill relerence to the government, a 
State would nut, in his opinion, be en- 
titled to representation in Congress, 
which was at war agaiost government, 
but when p'.ace came she was entitled to 
representation. He did not know the 
meaning of the word loyalty, upplid to a 
Kepublic. 

Mr. Trumbull .>aid there might be some 
doubt as 10 the iiine when peace actually 
came. 

Mr. Saulsbury explained that he did not 
wish to go into a con'roversy ; that he did 
not know the meaning of the wonl loyaly. 
What be meant to have said was, that be 
did not know the exact meaning as used 
by the Republican party during the war. 
He knew what it meant according to his 
interpretation, which was obedience to 
the laws and the Constitution of his coun- 
try and his State. , 

Mr. Cowan said we had at one time, in 
the State of Pennsylvania, two Legisla- 
tures in session at the same time, two 
Houses of Representatives and two Sen- 
ates. What I want to know distinctly 
from the Senator from Illinois, is, whether 
if one of these Legislatures had elected a 
Senator and his credentials had been pre- 
sented to the Senate whether the judiciary 
committee would not have the right to in- 
c^uirc whether that was or was not a le- 
gitimate Legislature of Pennsylvania. 

Mr. Trumbull — Was the State govern- 
ment of Pennsylvania overthrown ai d 
under traitors at the time :' 

Mr. Cpwan — 1 can't say. It was 
thought by a great many people that half 
otit was: 

Mr. Trumbull said the cases were not 
analagous. In the case of Pennsylvania, 
as suggested by Mr. Cowan, it woultl 
sicrply be a question whether a certain 
man was elected. In the case of the lately 
rebellious States it was a question whether 
the L-'gifUture was composed of loval 
men or of rebels. 

Alter some further remarks from Mr. 
Trumbull in support of the full power of 
Congress to decide on the litness of the 
Southern States for representation, Mr. 
Nye obtained the floor, and the Senate, 
at half past four r. m., adjourned. 

House. — rtlr. Newell presented ajoint 
resolution from the Legislature of New 
.Jersey in regard to tho Veteran Reserve 
Corps. 

.Nlr. Wilson, of Iowa, introduced a 
bill to fix the number of Judges of the 
Supreme Court ot the United States, and 
to change certain judicial districts. Re- 
ferred to Judiciary Committee. 

Mr. O'Ncil introdu(;ed a bill in regard 
to tees and costs of clerks, marshals and 
attorneys in the courts of the United 
States. Referred to Judiciary Committee. 

The Hoase resumed the consideration 
of the joint resolution reported ycstcrdav, 
t* amend the Constitution. 

Mr. Higby spoke in support of the pro- 
posed amendment. 

Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania, stated 
his objecticnp to the proposed amend- 
ment, arguing that propositions like this 
ought not to be submitted to the legisla- 
tures of States which were not permitted 
here, and which would be necessary to 
make it a law. He did not go to the ex- 
treme length of his friend from Rhode Isl- 
and. 

Mr. Kelley declared that be should 
tupport the proposed amendment. 

Mr. Hale felt compelled to vote against 
the measure and gave bis reasons at 
length. 

A discussion here took place between 
Messrs. Price, Rogers and others. Mr. 
Rogers addressed the House, after which 
lUr. Davis obtained the floor, and the mat- 
ter went over till to-morrow, when it is 
understood the previous question will be 
ordered. 

i'UOIVI WASIIINUTON. 



Ifcn Ariuv Bill— »Bb(B llcta«m». 



—kit,. „- I 1 I 1 ' ""If-Jriiig man was I render certain thi:j policy or at least in 
white or l>la'-tc. Ir w^. ^n„,'lL . i I - / •. . • ^ /_ 
. i_ 1 , enough lor limi 

to know that there was sulTring and that 
there were hcn.an beingf who Kiiff«red 

He did not believe the Presi.lent would 
have vetoed the bill on aci:..,urir. of the 
objection contained in the last part of the 
message, but that he lud been pi ompted 
to do so by fi'leen other objections to the 
bill itself, wbir-h were ably act forth in 
the message. 

Mr. Fessendcn interrupting, caid that 
the clear inference from the language of 
veto message was that the Senate had 
nothing to do in the case of SQUthem 
Pcnafors but examine their credentials, 
Ibit It hs<l iio'liirig I'i d'j ri'L tli'j condi- 
tion of the rebel StatCA'. 
Mr. Dixon said the Senate of the 



view of It, it i.s proposed by the resolu 
tion now under consideration to enact, 
so far as such a resol«tion can dnact, that 
neither llou.^c of Congress shall admit a 
member from any of ibe States lately in 
rebellion whatever may be his own past 
or present character and conduct, how- 
ever true and loyal may bo the people by 
whom he ia elected, until consent is ob- 
tained hy an act ol Congress, passed by 
both Houses and signea by the President, 
m the (ace of the express provision of the 
Constitution, that each House shall be rtie 
judge of the elective (|ualifieatioi;3 and 
rtlnm.s of its own members. 

Belli viig the first named policy to bo, 
as baa been concluNively proved by tho 
diotiD'uishctl iicDator from Wiaconslo, 



New Yokk, Feb. 37. 

The Ptars special says the military 
committee of the House will soon report 
a new army bill as a substitute for the 
one pending, which does not increase the 
present army, but reorganizes if. 

The CommcrciaVa special says, at a 
Fenian meeting here last night, intima- 
tions were given of a plan to seize the 
British Columbia coast. That will sweep 
away liritish commercu. 

It IS understood lhat the English Min- 
isti r has forwarded communications on 
the subject to the Slate Department that 
formed a topic for Cabinet discussion to- 
day. A proclamation will probably be 
issued against any violation' of the neu- 
trality laws. 



FHOin NASHVILLE. 



liver Fallluir-Ttae ««reat Ulliiitrd 
Blwlck. 



Tt-EK CIT Y. 

anoTheriuilroad excursion 



A Bido Along the Llae of 

the St. Paul and Winona 

Road. 



Ten Miles of the Road Graded and 
Ready for the Tied. 



The <'baruvt«r of Ihv WoiK 
Already Accoiuiilt^lied. 



A Begal Dinner— '-The Toasts, 
Speeubes, &o., &o. 



N.\.suviLi.E, Feb. 26. 

River failing. Over 20 feet on the 
shoals. . 

Cotton dull, 6S to ;)-j cents. 

The late storm damaged bridges on the 
Nashville and Dti atur Railroad. The 
shipment of freight was temporarily inter- 
rupted ; will be resumed on Thursday. 

The two great billiard champions of 
America and England. Kavanaugh and 
Roberts gave an exhibition at new Thea- 
tre. The first game was the American 
cirum. Game of 500 points between 
Foster and Brown ; won by Brown. The 
second between Kavanaugh and Roberts, 
.000 points, won by Roberts. 



9rw .fcravj ■.rgrlalatarr. 

New Youb, Feb. 27. 
A large meeting of citizens of Newark 
was held on Monday evening, to endorse 
and ratify the measures now before the 
State Legislature at Trenton, for the con- 
struction of a new railroad between New- 
ark and New York. The bill incorporat- 
ing the new company has passed the 
lower branch of tho Legislature, and 
comes up for the final action of the Sen- 
ate on Wednesday next. A committee 
of 2.S0 was appointed to go to Trenton 
and urge its passage through the Senate. 



Ibv Preald'nt D*m*ancc4. 

BosTOX, Mass., Feb. 26. 
A large meeting took place in this city, 
at which resolutions were adopted de- 
nouncing the action of President Johnson 
ID attacking so violently in his late speech, 
one of our beloved Senators. 



FROM NEW ¥ORK. 



New York, Feb. 20. 
John<>. Patterson, Revenue Inspector 
detective, was arrested to-day on acharge 
of levying black mail upoa several Broad- 
way meichaats. 



Of tho several railroads in operation 
and in contemplation in this State, there 
is none, in the speedy completion of|wbich, 
the people of this city and those of the 
counties bordering on tho river between 
here and Winona, feel a deeper interest, 
than in what is known as the St. Paul 
and Winona Branch. Hemmed in as we 
are during five months in the year, with 
no outlet during that period fur our pro- 
duce, no inlet (or our merchandise and no 
means of travel save by the slow and te- 
dious coach, it is but natural that we 
should be looking with longing and anx- 
ious eves to that "good time coming," 
when, with a railroad along the river, we 
shall be within a six hours' ride of La 
Crcsse. When that happy period ar- 
rives we shall no longer be considered 
"out of the world," as we are now by 
our Kastern friends, and wilh the advan- 
tages which must naturally result from 
this uniting ol the great cLain, which is 
to bind us in closer relationship with our 
old-r sisters, we will advance with even 
more rapid strides than those which 
have marked our history in the pa«t. 
It is exceedingly gratifying to us, 
therefore, as it will be to our readers, to 
know that our desires in this respect are 
soon to be realized. W^bile public atten 
tion has been more especially turned to 
the progress being made by other similar 
enterprises in our State, the gentlemen 
having in charge the river road have been 
working, night and day almost, in the 
construction of their road, and to-day we 
have the gratification of knowing not 
only that the road will be built, for that 
is already a foregone conclusion, but that 
it will be built at the earliest possible 
moment. The road is now in charge of 
a company of English capitalists who 
have the money and who mean business, 
and all that is requisite to secure its early 
completion is a judicious and liberal pol- 
icy on the part of the State. 

1 he first stroke of work upon this line 
was made on the 15th of last September, 
and since that time, during one of the 
severest wintersever known in this State, 
ten miles of Irack has been graded ready 
for tie ties, and a considerable amount 
of work has beeh done at other points 
not included in the ten mile grade. In 
additien to this the ties for twenty miles 
of the road have been contracted for, 
and piles for o,.^00 feet cf bridging have 
been prepared. 

The company were required by their 
contract, to grade, ready for the ties, ten 
continuous miles of such portion of the 
road as they might select, by th i 2nd of 
March. The point selected commences 
four miles below the city and extends to 
Wyant's Cooley, five miles this side of 
Ha-iiogs. In order to accon plish the 
task in the time specified, it was necessa- 
ry to work, as we said before, almost 
night and day. No time was allowed to 
be wasted, and through [the indefatigable 
exertions of Col. Crooks, Chief £Uigineer, 
and others, having the work in charge, it 
was completed on time. 

A party of gentlemen, coBsisling of the 
Governor and State officers, with a few 
other invited guests, numbering in all 
about fifteen persons, by invitation of 
George Parry, Esq., the representative of 
Messrs. Thorntqn & Co., of Manchester, 
England, who are furnishiog the 
means for the construction of the 
road, took a ride down the 
line of the road yesterday for the purpose 
of inspecting the amount and character 
of the work already accomplished. 

THE TBIP DOWN. 

The party left the International Hotel 
at 10 o'clock, in cutters, and drove down, 
as far as possible, along the line. The 
day was one of the most lovely which 
could well be imagined. The sun shone 
all day long with undimmed splendor, 
and the air was as balmy as it is in May. 
The ride was an exceedingly pleasant one 
and was much enjoyed by all bands. The 
party expressed themselves highly giati. 
fied with the progress and character of 
the work. The immense disadvantages 
with which they had to contend in coi;- 
structing a road at this season of the year 
were apparent on every side. The earth 
being frozen almost like solid rock for a 
depth of several feet, they were compelled 
to blast it out, and huge masses of solid 
earth were strewn along the line of the 
road. 

n.NNEi:, sri-EciiEa, kic 

Having driven the entire length of the 
completed grade, and being fully catisGed 
that everything was going on well, our 
party faced about and returned to what is 
termed " Fowler's station," where it was 
stated that some refreshments were in 
readinets. The " Station house" alluded 
to is a log structure, situated on a com- 
manding eminence a shoit distance west 
of the track, and is said to have been the 
first farm bouse ever erected in Minne- 
sota. This relic cf "ye ancient times," 
we were informed, was erected io 1834, 
and considering its age is still in a fair 
state of preservation. The farm upon 
which it is located was in those da} s an 
adjunct to the Methodist Mission at Red 
Rock, and was cultivated as early as the 
year alluded to. 

In this building we had the pleasure ot 
enjoying the hospitality for which our 
English friends are so noted. Here we 
found that prince of caterrers, Char- 
ley Smith, of the St. Paul Dining Saloon, 
wbo is famous forgetting up a little the best 
dinners in these diggings. It is said that 
when Sir Morton I'eto gave his great 
banquet in New York, he told Delmonico 
to "do his best, regardless of expense." 
We should judge that our worthy host, 
Mr. Parry, must have given the same in- 
structions to our St. Paul Delmonico. as 
such a dinner as we bad there we are to- 
tally unable to do justice to, at least with 
the pen. Oysters at«wed, and scolloped, 
and oysters raw, roast turkey, prairie 
chicken, quail and beef, baked fish, cold 
ham and tongue, with all the et celeras, 
gives one but a faint idea of the bill of 
fare. The very best wines and cham- 
pagne, with a mixture of old bourbon, if 
you liked it, was there ia abundance. 

Aa bonr or *o was apeat in dissecting 



the viands, when the speaking commenced. 
The first toast was "The President of the 
United States" — responded to by Hon. 
R. R. Nelson, U. S. District Judge. 

-IL'UUK MU^ON'h MBSfuNSK. 

The Judge said lhat although ho was 
m good health, be felt rather "full" to 
m.ike a speech. He thought that aa we 
were out on a railroad excursion, we 
should coiiline our remarks to railroad 
matteis. As lar as the President was 
concerned he tbuiigbt his bead was about 
level. When we gel our railroad com- 
pleted, which we think will bo in about 
IwoyeaiH, il Andy Johiitfuii ubould con- 
duct bimsell ]>ioperly in lh<! lueaulime, 
we will give him a free pass, and invite 
hiui hi re. Having breathed the pure air 
o( our < liuiate, be will be able to make a 
better speech than he has just done. The 
Judge cxpicastd himcclf highly giatilicd 
wi h tho work which had been done on the 
road. 

Cov. Marsiiall then proposed the fol- 
lowing : 

" Her Miiji-sly the Queen of Great Brillan 
and li'claud." 

Mr. I'arrv felt honored in lieing called upmi 
to rc:-rond to the toast just jiroposed by the 
(iovcrnor ui Minae:>ota. FoUowinK as it di-i 
that whicli had been duly honored l>y the 
I'hiel Magi.itrato of this great people— both 
might be accepted as the symbol of that per- 
fect cordiality which he hoped would tvcr 
cuniiuue Itctwcen two nations, owning the 
same oriKin, laut^uiige and literature. Her 
Mi'iesty the tjueeu was endeared to the peo- 
ple by the wisdom and moderation which had 
characterized her reign. 

•■Vs u Queen she could nev»rbe excelled, as 
a wife and mother she was an example to all 
hersulijectji, and h<r Dunie would adorn the 
br'ghtest pages of l-.uglaud's history. He now 
proposed the toatt — 

" The tioveinor ot the Stale ul .Miuuc- 

sola." 

nut merely as u matter ot forrpal respect to 'he 
(jovernor ot this great State — the t>t»r ot the 
North— but Irom a personal feeling of deep 
respect for the gentleman who presided on 
that occasion. As ho had proved himself 
ready in the field in the defense of the integri- 
ty and the lite of this great republic, so would 
he prove himself, he had no doubt, able to 
direct with sagacity and prudence the atfairs 
of the .state of Minnesota. He had received 
from the Governor the most cftirient and cor- 
dial assistance iii performing the duties with 
which ho (Mr. Parry) was chargecd, and ho 
had leiirued to respect him not less lor his 
ipialiticsas a ebri>tiun gentleman, thuu for 
lho.se which had already advanced him to the 
prouil position which he now occupied. 

Gov. Marslmll said it afforded him much 

pleasure to witness the beginning of an 

entirpnse of so much imjiortonee as this 

road. He expressed himself highly grat" 

ified with what he had seen, and hoped 

that another year would see the road 

completed. 

Gen. Lu Due then gave the following 

toast : 

'•May Knpland and America ever be bound 
together by iron and golden ties, and may 
they nevcrbe severed by the rude shocks of 
w-ar." 

Mr. Parry heartily responded to the toast 
proposed by General LeUue. Already the 
American U'.public was bound to the British 
Empire by community ot orisia, familiarity 
of language, and by drinking at f juntains ot 
learning. Their coiumercial intercouti-c 
bound thcui by miTttitudinous threads; while 
their religi'>us societies stretched hands of 
tjrothcrhood across the ocean. Now a new 
hand of connection whs about to be cstab 
lishcd, it mi^ht be, and the capital of the old 
country was to be applied in the developuieut 
of the resources of this western region of the 
new world. They may have their dittercnces 
in the inuitifiriou^ irausactioDS which each 
country had with the other; but they would 
l>e onl.v the noi-'V quarrel.-; ot brothers, whose 
words never came to blows. JIo hoped that 
peace between these two great divisions of the 
Anglo-Saxon race would be perpetual. 

The next toast was the "prosperity ol 
the St. Paul ^and Winona Railroad,' 
which was responded to brielly by Col. 
Crooks. 

The followiitg toaet w»a read by Gov. 
Marshall . 

■'Mc.'-.'r.'*. 'f borntou ii Co. aud the capitalists 
connected with them in the promotion of the 
Winona division of the St. Paul aud Pacific 
Railroad." 

Mr. Parry feared that he was intruding too 
frequently upon their notice, but he felt 
bound to rcsiiond to the call of the Governor 
in the malter ot this toast. It would be re- 
membered that the act of the legislature 
,which made ccri.Hin concessions to the com- 
pany charfTcd with the completion of this 
road had imposed the condition tb,it ten miles 
of grading should t)e completed on that road 
l)efore the 2d of March, 1866, and he was 
proud to see them .I'^scmblcd to celebrate the 
fulClmcut ol the first condition. This was 
mainly due to the gentlemen whose names 
had been mentioned, and he tclt honored, as 
their representative, in the performance of 
bis present duty. It must not be supposed 
that English capitalists invested their money 
from any other than the most business-like 
motives — they desired, simply, to seek a safe 
and protitable investment for their surplus 
funds. Capital had no patriotism and no be- 
nevolence, it sought only the best market. 
And if it turned out that English capital 
could be both s.ifely and profitably invested 
in developing the resources of this great re- 
gion, then might they expect a perennial flow 
of English gold towards the western world. 
But if. on the other hand, appearances proved 
to be deceptive, if loss and not gain followed 
first investments, experience would soon teach 
its lessons, and the flow of that capital would 
cease. The grant of swamp lands made liy 
the State had ticen a great inducement to his 
friends to enter upon the first part of this un 
dertakiDg, because they believed that these 
lands would find, cither ready sate, 
or be accepted as good security 
for funds to lie raised for 
the eompletiim ol the line. But he feared, 
from information he had obtained, that the 
State of Minnesota had incurred responsibili- 
ties which the swiimp lands in its pnssesson 
would hardly cnab'.e it to meet. In the first 
place, the whole of the swamp lands at the 
disposal of the state were fairly estimated at 
three millions of acres. Of these, one half, or 
the whole of the swamp lands ia the even 
numbered section.-, were already disposed of 
for benevolent purposes. Far be it from him 
to say one word against this, he ho;. cd, ample 
provision for all claims upon the benevolence 
of the State; and especially was he required 
to know that they hid thus provided an iisy- 
lum for the orphans of oflicers and soldiers 
who, lieinKMinncjotians, h..d foiichtand died 
to maintain the intecrity of the I'niou. Hut 
the .Superior and Mississippi road requires 
about six hundred thousand acre.- ; our oun 
line demands ngirly a million ol acref^, and 
the Southern Minnesoti road will probably 
require some two or three hundred thousand 
acres. t;learly. then, the Statu liaj imiirri'd 
responsibilities 111 the matter of thi.se st\auip 
lands which it eouii.l not liilfy meet. True, to 
the State of Mieliigao, and, he bebcvcd, to tlie 
Stale of Iowa, Congress had given lands in in- 
demnity for those fold by the «encrnl govern- 
ment, tfctwecn the passing ol the act of Con- 
gress making the «rant, and the cerlihing ol 
the lands to the state. Probably thi< prece- 
dent would be loll nved in the ease of Minne- 
sota, and he hoped ir wouM. lu lhat case the 
State might be in a pokition lo meet all its 
responsibilities and have a surplus in band. 

Besides it was well worthy of consideration 
by tho^e charged with the government of the 
State, whether it would not be worth while to 
appeal t-i Compress lor .in additional grant ot 
ordinary lands, to be applied in promoting 
great public works. This would help the 
Stale to supply all dclieiencics in its tw-anip 
land grants, and would l)e otherwise servicea- 
ble. It would be known to those present thit 
in carrying out this road they h.id to pass 
through the property of private parties, some 
of whom sustained more or less loss by the 
strips of land takeu from thetr property. But 
be believed that on a fair consideration of the 
matter, the facility of access to market, tho 
ease with which they would reach the 
centres of business, aud other advantages 
which would accrue to dwellers on the line 
too numerous to mention, these parties would 
find, even in the worst cases, that they were 
gainers rather than losers. Although they 
were willing in cases of serious loss, to give 
all fair consideration to claims, they did hope 
that rlRht ol way would tie obtained in nearly 
all rases at a nomimtl charge, and that they 
would receive all assisiance from dwellers oil 
the lino in tho pro.sccution ol this undertak- 
ing. Besides, all along the line promises had 
beenigivcn to this ellect, and ho hoped that all 
would loel themselves Ixjund In honor, if not 
In law, to make these promises etfeclivo. Some- 
thing linil been said in the legislature recently 
to limiting the tarifls both as to passengers and 
freight on the railr.iads in the State, lie could 
only say that any attempt to interfere with 
the returns for capital invested, at great risk, 
must have a most injurious effect upon all 
future investments. He would prefer that it 
should be left to a henlth.y competition to cor- 
rect any attoinpt tn overcharge the public. In 
a new State likitthis, it was good policy to en- 
courage tho investment of capital, n'lt tn re- 
pel it. It must l>o rcmcmtitircd also that they 
had not any experience np(m which to base 
any fair maximum of charge. Ho would say 
In conclusion that the gentlemen he repre- 
sented had nobly stepped into the breach, and 
bad supplied the capital which enabled them 
tosavc the e<mcessi(in, and he was proud to 
resiMind to the toast which had ju.-^t been 
drunk wilh so much warmth. 

Speeches were also made by cx-Gov. 
Miller, Gen. Le Due, Gen. Nutting, D. 
W.jIngersoU Esq. and Mr. Lamb, of Wi- 
nona and St. Peter Railroad, after which 



the parly rose and started for home, 
reaching the city at 6 F. m. 

TUK UOAl^. 

There has been considerable work done 
ou this road at the foot ot Dayton's Bluff, 
which is in addition to that already allu- 
ded to. From Carver's Cave to the city 
there will b<t a pde bridge :),OUU febt in 
length. Also one i,h^ feet across Pig's 
Eye bottom to the Poor farm. We are 
infnrmed that in the entire length of the 
road there is no curvature of less than 
one half mile radius, aud oo grade to ex- 
ceed fifty feet tu the mile. The Compa- 
ny intend exlemling their road to the 
Iowa line, connecting there with the St. 
Louis and Dubuque Road, provided the 
Legislature should giant them the privi- 
lege. We tltcicfore confidently hop« 
that before many years lonper we shall 
have a river road all the way to St. Louis. 



9 



Bl7aNKTT's OltlEMlAL Tooill Wa;.U 

is worth all other dentefrlcea. See Dumelt's 
Floral Hand Book. For sale by Ekwark U. 
BiuoB,St.I'auJ. 



PatJL RiBGut, Druggist. Third street 

Upper Town, keeps constantly un hand J. C. 
Oswald's pure native wines for medlcmal pur- 
posus, cunsuthi^; of Blackberry, Cranberry 
Corrant, Haspberry, Rhubarb, native aad 
Clinton Grape, which he will sell at wholesale 
or retail. Also pure French Brandies, Boar 
bun and Kye Whiskies, Bitters of ail kmiis, 
at wholesale and retail. Ail kinds ol \)ta.n», 
Medicmes and Dye Studs, as well as Per' o- 
mery and Toilet articles, at wholesale aad 
retail. Prescriptions eaiefully pivpared at s'l 
hoars. ieSlr 

Go to Bryant, Strattou & Pitkey's St. 

Paul Commeicial College aud get a Busin'tss 

Education. Bend for "College Monthly,'' 

which gives full particulaib. Address 

BKYANT, STRAT-ION & PIIlKEY. 

febl7eod-dtw&wly St. Paul, Minn. 



The Concert Xiast Bvening-.— 

Ingersoll's Hall was again filled to its ut- 
most capacity last evening on the occa- 
sion of the third concert of the St. Paul 
Musical Society. These occasions are 
awaited with impatience by all lovers of 
genuine music, and they rarely (ail to 
answer the highest anticipations formed of 
them. The performance ol last evening 
formed no exception to the rule. 

The opening overture was less striking, 
perhaps, than ia usual with compositions 
selected for this part of the programme, 
but it was extremely beautiful, abound- 
ing in passages of subtle expression sug- 
gestive of a theme replete with dramatic 
situations. There was the usual difficul- 
ty at the beginning in securing a perfect 
accord among the various instruments, 
but it was, nevertheless, very well ren- 
dered by the orchestra. 

The vocal portion of the entertainment 
was given by a gentleman and lady before 
unknown to the St. Paul public. Their 
elTortB were well received and elicited a 
deserved encore. 

Oi Mr. Uancke's solo, we scarcely dare 
trust ourselves to speak lest we be 
thought extravagant. The mellcw, reso- 
nant and exquisite strains from bis violin 
seemed to us last evening, more than ever 
beyond the efforts of mere art and the 
fruits of genius of the highest order. 
Possessing indeed genius such as usually 
scorns the patient training necessary to 
the highest success, Mr. Hancke is ne- 
vertheless one of the most laborious, 
pains-taking and conscientious ot musi- 
cians. He never appears before the 
public except after the most thorough 
and assiduous preparation. The result 
is the very highest aud grandest success 
always. We abare the pride and delight 
of the public in having such a musician 
among us. 

The overture to the Magic Flute is one 
of the most difficult of Mozart's always 
difficult compositions, and we hope to be 
pardoned for the opinion that its proper 
rendition is beyond the present capacity 
of the orchestra. To say nothing of the 
extraordinary skill rei^uired ol the wind 
instruments especially, the performers 
art) too few to realize the grand concep- 
tion of the immortal author. Neverthe- 
less the closing passages, as rendered by 
the society, aflforU music of gorgeous 
beauty. 

But to our taste the finest orchestra' 
performance was that of the overture to 
thu " Mill on the Rock," a composition 
by Reisiiger. The music affords a con- 
tinual succession ot "glad surprises," 
and the rendition on this occasion was 
extraordinarily fine. 

The closing piece was one of those 
magnificent waltzes peculiar to the mod- 
ern German composers, in which andante 
passages of wierd, melancholy beauty al- 
ternate with saucy, pronounced and tu- 
multuous cadences of the waltz proper, 
io inspiring and almost bewildering style. 

The concert as a whobj was a great 
su':cess, and seemed to be appreciated as 
well as is to be expected of our somewhat 
cold St. Paul audiences. 



For an Iritatbi> Thkoat, Cf>ton, -jk 
Cold, " Brown's Bronchial 'Iroches " are >f- 
feied with the fullest confidence in their etU- 
cacy. They have been thoroughly tested, and 
maintain the good reputation they have jus .ly 
acquired, As there are imitations, be ture tu 
obtain the genuine. feb'-'8eod&wlv 

ininncapolib. 

By oBr own Ueporler. 

Tr"E!-i>.\"i, 4 1. M. 

AnoLi THE Police. — Wtl', whatabout 
the police.-' Why, the farmers and other 
beings who live in remote aud iuaccetsi- 
ble regions on the edge of the township 
of Miimeapolis, think they ought not to 
be taxed for the support ol the police 
force, when tbey don't derive any benehi 
from it. So they have employed legal 
counsel, and are going to ask the Boi.rd 
to disband the police force ; aud the Boiird 
will do it, because tbey had no authority 
to constitute such a force. Hurry u| a 
city charter of some sort, or "we be all 
dead men." 

HiGiii^Y I.Mi-ouiAMT Im i!:u.iue.\ct. — 
Akrksi of Jame;s Bl"ih.v.\a.\.— James 
Buchanan was arrested this morning tor 
breaking into the Cataract 8alu<;n last 
night. He did not state that he wasfrjm 
Pennsylvania. 

"One MoitK Unkoktuk.vte." — An in- 
dividual with his nose in his baud, was 
hunting up a doctor yesterday, to eew 
it on. It had been bitten off by a horec 
while in a stall. We have called on 
nearly all the doctors, but could learn no 
further parliculars. , 

A Good Deed. — The Minneapolis Club 
recently presented a poor deaf mute vith 
^M, to enable bim to reach Washington, 
D. C. He came to this State to see his 
old mother, but found her gone to the 
Canadas, having remarried. He -vas 
robbed in Baltimore of ■^7uO, and lost bis 
trunk also. He was formerly employed 
at Brady's Gallery, Washington, and was 
a splendid artist in photography, and has 
gone thither seeking employment. He 
walked nearly all the way here from the 
East. 

Runaways. — Under a />resa-ure oi 
sometbing or other, a horse dashed up in 
front of the Pkk.s.^ oflice thi.^ morning. 
He was a runaway ; the shafts o( some 
untortunate eleigh Were at his heels. But 
be came to the right place for subscrip- 
tions to the daily, weekly and tri-wctkly 
PitKSs. Small favors thankfully received 
— larger ones m proportion. A hcrse 
belonging to a St. Paul brewery (not 
vinegar whisky) was killed m Washington 
avenue this morning by having a t'led 
tongue run through him. He was omt of 
a pair of horses which became fri^htcied 
near N. W. Hotel and ran away. The 
team ran into another team, and the i ole 
entered the breast of the boree 11 incbes ; 
he bled to death. 



District CSoart — John Pendergast 
was tried for committing an assault, with 
a dangerous weapon, upon Edmund R. 
Otis, with intent to kill. The jury found 
him guilty of the assault only. 

Personal.— Mr. H. C. Carver, of the 
firm of Carver, Windover & Co., of St. 
Louis, and formerly of this city, arrived 
by the stage Monday night. 

Judge Ottman, of Lake City, is in 
town. 



The Bar A.ssociation is invited to 

mtcl at the Court House, on Monday evening, 
at li I . M. 

The oliject of tho meeting is to congratulate 
W. U. Grant, Esq., upon his vindication 
against a charge which involved the integrity 
of the Ramsey County Bar. 

J. B. BRISBIN, 
Fres't Kunsey County Bar Association. 
Feb. 27ih, 1806. 



Local IST oticee. 

At Whitney's Gallery a full assort- 
ment of Minnesota Views, of all kmds, In- 
dian Pictures, &«., &c. Also'cboice Paintings 
and i:ii«raving8, cheaptr t/uin the cheapest, 
at Ao'/" cost. jan2l-tf 



ti. Raunciifu8s' Ecukka Hair Invio- 
oHATOK, for sale by Chase & Allen, 323 Third 

at tee*. 

■■■ - 

Kkn!>all'» Amboline for the hair, for 
alo by Chase & Allen, 323 Third St. 



Lubin's Hair Dressing Floribine for 

sale by Chase Sc. Allen, druggists, 323, Third 
street. 



Mk. C. W. Smith, that paragon of 
cooks, and prince ot caterers to refined appe- 
tite, can still l)e found at his first class 
KisTAi-itANT, on Third Street, opposite the 
old American. This establishment is now 
considered a ciedit to the city, where gentle- 
men of delicate taste can find any thing to 
tempt the palate- Wild Game, Domestic Poul- 
try and Meals, and Fish of all kinds— and 
cooked as only the accomplislicd Smith knows 
haw to cook them. Perfect eaiisfaction is 
guaranteed. 

The Wines and Liqnors are the best to Im 
found in the clly, and Smith invites a test of 
their merits. f9-ly. 

■■■ - 

K. O. Sweeny & Co., Puahm&cku- 
Ti4Ta ANn Ai-othecakies. — Oarefttlly selected 
Drugs, Chemicals and Family Medicines. 
Prcscrlptiona compounded with c»re and dis 
patch. Perfumeries, Extracts for the Han d 
kerchief. Fumigating Pastiles, Cologne, Ver- 
l)ena, Millefleur, Orange, Vfolet and Bay Wa- 
ters ; Powders, Rouges, Cosmetics, Dentifrices, 
Lotions and all the appliances of the Elegant 
Ttiilet. Hair, Cloth, Tooth and Flesh Brushes, 
Towels, Pocket-books, &c., &c. 

Artificial Human Eyes, Tmues, Bandages, 
Supporters, &c, &c., fitted by an experienced 
and skillful operator. 

R. 0. SWEENY & CO., 

211 Third atrcoU 

■■■■ 

Stylk and Comfort. — Ihaveaecored 
the services of J. W. Dow, laU Dow & Brant 
Ountlemen wishing a neat, durable and easy 
fitting boot, gaiter, or balmoral, made from 
the best French calf, should call. Also ladies' 
kid, serge, morocco gaiters, l»almorals, kc 
Rapairing neatly done. 

DANIKL FLYNN, 
jall-tf 180 Third streot, Saint Faol 



Cutter, Seoombe, Averill it Co., 

UAVING laKIRN'EW AlSiD t.XTk.i<iilVl: 

PAPER MILLS 

in KuccESBrDL ofaaAiiON ai 
ST. AIVXHOIVY, »1IJV1V., 

ue now ptepwed to eapply the wants of Ptistrra aad MeicbsnU ol this btate witii all kind* ol.fl 

WRAPPING, PRINT AND BOOK PAPER 

at tlio X..o^v«Ml l'oas**i(>Io XCtatet* 

ibis esub.lihineat, being the largest of the kiadin theNortbwert, UU« l'rot,fi«tuia s^tor a 
coollmuDce of patrouage from their form*r cuatomere, and lio|<e Lytli<:lriB'.reu*«d capacity for 
bu-iueEk to add largely to their pr»iwiit list, la additlOB to their own iUAnulActure<fgoo4(, th«r 
ill csatinue to dcil largel/ in all kinda of 

WRITING. ENVELOPE AND PLAT PAPERS, 

lOKother wltli i!iicii otUtr articles ai vay t>« foand in a VlKf.r CLXHR PAI'tK fsIOBi:. 

Printers' Ink and Writing Fluids, 

Will be Ifi't coDitantl; on hand. Buying their etock of .■:tatlooerj, 4c., direct liom the Hasa- 
factuterit >a>t,cBaUea them to eell to Me>chanta aad others at prices that will iB-rlteatteation. 
Tiieii Btore, 

««0 'I'llIliU BT'EtEtiX, NA.IJNX f»AUl-, 

Is larg'.- and cooimudiau'!. wliete they wlIP promptly r>:«puad t > ail wb'j uny la.-or Uieui »itJ» 
orders. CA8U PAID FOB ALL KINDS Ot PAPtfc STOCK, OLD HtWSPAPfcR?, OLD 
UOI't , tiUNNIKij, at. 

St. Paul , February 16, UsM. ttti7->m 



Closing Oct Sale. — E. L.Allen tow 

offers to close out bis stock of wintsr gcods 
at cost. Ladies and gentlemen, now is your 
time. All wool Empress Cloths S1.20togl.o0, 
French Merinoes from 90 cents to $1.'2.5, En- 
glish Merlnoes SO to 60 cents. Plain md 
check Flannels, Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Over and 
Undershirts, all at cost. Sheetings, ShirUiigs, 
Denims and Stripes, always on hand at tho 
lowest market price. Second door below the 
Post Oflice. E. L. ALLE:.". 



AJRAMS BAJBCiAaar A li^^t (lass 
SQCAEE PIANO, worth $r>z5, mide bv 
"ftelnwsy a Sons," almoct new, and h»'« 
been but little used. Thin instrument 
possesses in a rare d-gree depth, rictinees, 
brilliancy and volume of sonnd. Its ac'.ion is 
elastic, caey and prompt, its tone pure and sym- 
pathetic. Price, $500, 
febao-lw* BELL BKOTHliKS. 



MONETARY. 



IBy Telegraph.; 
■•w ir«rk B1*B«T Hliarkat, 

New Yokk, Feb. 2 '. 
Gold opened and closed 136|. 
I .The report in one of the papers to-day ol the 
arrival of the S. S. Arigo, is premature. 



SXCOXD VJSPATCU. 
New York, Feb. 27—7 .15 r. 'i. 

PGold steady ; opening at 13t'>^. advancing; to 
137, and closing at 136j . 

Money easier at G(a7 per cent call lo.tns. 
Sterling firm ; lOSJC" 108J. 

Mllwaahc* Hmiey aa»rti«s. 

MiLWAtKBE, Feb. 27. 
Gold 134(2 13d. 



IVew T*rk SS«ch Hlarkel. 

New Yokk, Feb '1 
Freights to Liverpool iiuict. 
Government stocks without decided cha- 
Stocks strong ; U. S. fi's, '81 coupons, 
do. ,5-20 coupons, '62,108; do. do., '65, 
7 30's, 1st series, 99^ ; 2d 9Po ; do. 3d. 9i9s ; 
6's 76; Tenn. 6's 90; O. & M. ceriiiiintes 
W. V. Tel. 69; N. Y. C. 92} : Pacific mail 
Erie 84i ; Reading 100}; M. S. 69i ; III. c 
sellers, 30,lUi; Pitts. 78i;N. W.. prefer 
5ii: R. R. 1051;F. W.gy^, 



ise. 
04; 
03; 
Mo. 
'M. 

ol, 

en , 

red, 



COMMERCIAL. 



Slew 



dc- 

l.C.8 
om 
nd; 
>ats 
ern. 
N 50 
S2o 



[By Telegrapli.j 
a'«rli l>a«4lac« naarhsx. 

New Yokk, Feb. ■_' 

Flour a shade firmer, ivith niodcTatc 
mand ; »8.OO08 tiO U. H. O. 

Gn^tN. — Wiieat l@2e l)etter; spring S 
@ I 70 in store, and Milwaukee Sl.fiS. i 
less artivoand l@2c l>ettcr; 7l(''?77 unsou 
78@S0 sound mixed Western in store. < 
firm ; 39@ 13 unsound ; 51((i.J-5 sound.'West 

Pork heavy and irregular; *2>!.'2-)(S: 
new, closing <28 37 regular, and 8r28 00(5^2 
old. 

Cut meats more active. 

Dressed hORs steady ; 12i((7 13 Western. 

Whiskey decidediv firmer ; f2.27(n'2.30. 

Petroleum quiet; .'5S crude, and 43(5^17 
fined in bond. 



SBCOXO niSPATCB. 

New York, Feb. 27 — 7:15 r. >«. 

Flonr and wheat firm and active, Nj. 1 
Milwaukee in store 9''^.'20; old winter ed, 
Western «2.30. 

Rye quiet. Barley in moderate reoicst. 
Corn l(S]2c better, out less active ; 74(rt7/ un- 
sound ; (8(W;80 sonnd mixed Western in store. 
Oats quite firm; 39(fJl3 unsound Wcttun- 
51(<j.'>5 Ronnd. 

Colfee dull. , 

Sugar dull; Cuba mu*. ll((fl'2. 

Molasses dull ; New Orleans 'M(if\ 10 

Petroleum dull; 28(.7 29 crude, and t^n iC, 
refined In bond. 

Pork heavy and irregular; 9^H:2.'^(n•n..'iO 
new mess, closing S2S 37 rcRular; J^^S.tiOin 
28.2.'; old do., and S'20.2i(n 20.50 prime; lUo 
8,600 bbla new mess for March, .Vpril and 
May, sellers option at $28.124C'T'28.50. 

Beef steady at previous prices Beefhsms 
in fair demand ; Western 841.00^ 4 1.5«. 

Cut meats more more active; 114(n;l'2A 
shoulders, and 17(5: I8i bams. Bacon dm . 

Dressed hogs steady at 12i@l3l WcsMm, 
I3i(ai4city. J *y~- * 

Lard quiet and steady at 17c»l9i ; latter an 
extreme ; also 1,260 bbls. for March and A]>ril, 
Mllers option at 19A. 

Butler quiet; 28^42 Ohio, and 36(? 50 State. 

Cheese quiet at 1&@22. 
■■ — 

■IllOTaakva Praalaco Marltvt. 

MiLWAVKEE, Feb. 27. 

Flonr firmer; choice winter SI0.5(), deliver- 
able in April ; XX winter 89 00 ; spring X $;.«0. 

OsArH. — Wheat active, and 3c higher ; No. 
1 sprioh store 9l.22i<Sl.'22A. 

Dressed bogs steady ; division on 200 lbs. 
911.00(SU.20 ; do. «U.00@U.2o. 



AUCTION SALE AT ANOKA. 

Fairtfilld A Co.. of 81. Paul, 

will comment.e the sale ot a ttock of 

lyry Ooods, Clotbing^ 

BOOTS & SHOES. 

At Auokaon THLR'iDAy n<xt, at 10 A.M., 
>nd coutiDue uutll all is sold. 
Sale al th" Storeroom adiilnlu^ the Drug 



Store. 
Ieb2;-i;i 



FAaiacusi.u * c«. 



IIBIB C7Hai.B>»BB A»B AI.!, 
. ISINIil.N'U the cbarmiag eoDge contained in 
ilie "Merry Chi'iiec," L. O, Kmerson'8 new and 
populur bo3k ot .lurenile Mtt»ic, containing; 
uoarly two hundred pieces. evwry un<^ a favorite. 
Host decidedly the bei-t collection published, and 
folluwinK In the path of it« predecejfor, "'Th* 
(jolden Wreath," of which no less than a ouar- 
ter of IX inilliou copies htve been printed. Prise 
.j« cent*. S^nt poetpiid. 

OLI VKK DIT80N ft CO., 
Publii-hers, 277 Waishington street, B:etoB. 

Ciai:i<c:H caa*»«« amb •atbs- 
KIKD that the best B -ok fi>r their use Is the 
"Harp of .ludah." by L. O. tmerfon. I..etter4 
from all directions ciDtirm theo[inlon ttiat no 
collection of cliutch music recently pnbliebed 
ba? given futh |r-;nwal patl*fa<nion. Choirs 
mo£t faiflidious lo their tastes, and hsvlni; the 
rtputiti'^.-i of t>einK '-very hard to please,'' have 
acltnowledKed the "ilarp of Judah" to l>e just 
the book they want. Price, $l.3?> per cony. $12 
a dozen. OLIVfR DIT.SON 4 CO , 
PoMitheri'. ;:77 Watblnston street, Boston. 
feti.'Mch 

ij^uia saxb. j 

A three story stone b3aa« and lot, en Jackson 
street , between 5th and Sth streets . 
Enquire of 

PHILLIP FIlLDHACSKK. 
lebUtf 

x>OAttDiac. 

A gentleman and wife can bfl accomaodated 
w-ith Board in a private lamlly, byappljiogon 
Fourth street , second door above St. Peter, on 
the right hand side. 

febJD Iw- 

JACOB MAINZ ER, 
Reg^istex* of Oeeds 

K,ain.«>ey County, S^Llnu. 

lurniehes correct Abstracts of Title f for 
Landg and Lots in Usms^y county. 
O tliee— Coi'KT HocBK. feblS-.tml't" 

FRINGE'S 

AUTOMATIC ORGANS 

ESTET'S 
COTTAGE ORGANS 

For Churches, Schools and Parlors. 

Warranted the Best in Use. 

At M.UNGKR BROS., 



GO TO 

ROOT & CADY'S 

For Sheet Music, 

For Choir Books. 

For Piano Fortes. 
I For Cabinet Organs. 
, For the Best Violins. 

I For Guitars. 

I 

I aad for ali otbrr kiiid/< of 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

lacIadLng tliat most puptiJar of in.truiaeBts, iks 

I WHEELER (Si WILSON 
I Serving Machine I 

Janl6-d,tw&w- 



W. A. PATERSON, 

AT 

Steam Bakery Sales Room, 

on Ja.cl£soxi sti*eet, 

0PP08ITE ILLINOWOKTHS CLOCK, 

Uae a lirfe lot of 

Michigan Apples 

for sale. Call and exanune beiore purchasiag. 
ALSO 

Ne\v- Apple Cider 

By the barrel or gaiion. 

W. A.PAIERSON. 
>aa.I7-3m. St. Paal, Minn., Jan. 17, 1606. 



lOS irialt-cl street. 



febl8 



LA.BAJtKEB, VETALGCEEIS. 



D. cvEan. 



THE S T. PAUL PRESS. 

Circulation Treble that of any Other 
Minnesota Journal. 

NATIONAL POUnCS. 

In thi« our Fillb Annual Prcspectus tbc 
PKiiss congratulates its readers thit the Great 
Rebellion and the monstrous Wrong It scught 
to enthrone on the rulnt of American Nat'or ality 
and Liberty have been cruehed by the va'rr of 
oat soldiers and tho pstrioUcm of onr |'>>npie. It 
remains to consammate the logic of these great 
victories of Right and Justice, -sion by lorc<«. in 
public opinion, in law and all the institutions of 
the Bepubho. to bury in the grave ol slavery all 
its hideous progeny ol taste-proscription, to 
establish National Unity on the broad basis of 
Equal Bight-s to f ecurc Eqtul Bights by Impartial 
Suffrage, and to build up the grandeur and glory 
ol the Republic in the education and elevation 
of all ita people. To Ihefe great national ends 
we devote the Pkess. 

.''TATE MAirEB?. 

Mow, as bereto'orv.thePBKsswlllbe foremost 
in the advocacy of all judivious measnres for the 
material and social development of the State, 
for the promotion of Agticul ure, cheap transit, 
the rapid construction of onr Railroads, the im- 
provement of our Hvers, home manufactares. 
Immigration, and the interests of education and 
public morals. In pursuance of these ends the 
Pnts,-. w1IIIk'//i' .'fr;naH/n>7oni,i<o.''«<'/ MoROPO 
Lihs H-*ii ft .-'> tk by the us- of political agrncir* to 
fiiborilinrtti the pii'^Uc intereali to private ends 
THE BEST NKWSPAPER. 

Ilic PnEss, by nulrercal adml:>slon, is not 
only the best newspaper in Minnesota, but tbe 
b?st uowspsper of its size in the Cnited States, 
It alms at exc lling all its cotemporarie« in all 
it'< departiuoutii, aud in every isine its readers 
will Und — 

1, Later 'feiegraj-hlc. National, Foreign and 
State new 4; 

'.'. l;»tti'r aud fuller Editorial uewa cumoiariet; 

:t. A more tasteful and attraaive variety of 
Miscellaneous Literatare ; 

4. .\ w ider range of State, Local and Geteral 
Correspondence : 

6. Knllcr and more aseurate Market and Local 
tteportii, 

6. Araorethoreugh statistical ezpoaltton and 
Editorial preeontation of the reeoarces and 
general giowth of the Bute in Agriontture, 
Commerce, Manufacture, Population, ftc, fto. 
than In aiu' other Journal. 

AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 

Wilh triblcthe circulation ef any other Min 
nesota Journal, the Pbess Is the best advertising 
medium in tho Mate, It is besides the 
THf OfBclal aanraial af the State aa* 

•li* Cattca •tatra, 
and is the only iournal which pubMshes all the 
aws of Congress and of oar State Legiclature. 



ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 

Of GUARANTEED CORRECTNESS lor all 
lands or lots In Bamaey county, (urnifhed with 
dispatch by 

BANKER. GUERIN & SON, 

Real Estate and General Ageat<>. 

Real Estate baugbt and sold, rents collected 
with care of rented premise.., tixes paid, and all 
business pertalnlac to EeAi,t,tiate and General 
Agency, done with promptneaa. 

BErCBESCES, BV rEBMISSIOS ; 

Bigc low ft Clark, Bnsbin ft Warner, Allia ft 

William*, Henry J. Horn, Morris Lamprey, (ieo, 

L. Otis, Attornovr kt Law.,«!. Paul. Minn.: Chas, 

I Passavanf. late Regiatprof Dewds lor Kunsev 

I coonty, Minn.; Hon. R. R. Nelson. Judge ct If. 

I S. District Court for Minn.; Hon. W. Wlikla 

Jndfe District Court. Ramsey counn-. 

Omoe— Fourth freet, opposite Cbnrt H.mse-,. 
St. Paul, Minn, febH-ly 

DIEL O. r», PIIA.XT, 

Late Scrgcou - Mae:. Inl y. 
Office, next to tl. - "Post Offioe. 

BrMsa-Mraas, MlaacA >«Ua,?Hlaaa. 

OMll-v 




THE WKEKLV PUESS. 

Special pains will oe taken to sdapt the M'eck 
ly to family reading. Tales, poeUy, aud miscella- 
n OU9 literature, fnn aad tbe most Important 
and interesting General, State, and Local aeaa, 
will be carefully seleettd for that edition, whtls 
the mass of los« Important news naatt'rwtU be 
condensed for Its colaana. 



Undertaker, 

Xliird str<»et, Suiiit Paul. M.ixm 
SOLE AGtXr FOR 

nsiTs riTi.M umuc sckiu casis i CAsms 

Cloth Caskets and Wooden Coffin; ol th" latiS 
style constantly ou hand. UtarresandCArrUgee 
sad everything oe<T<s->arv for a Fnteral furnl'he* 
OB the shortest notice. 

Residence oa Canada sttcet,, above Teeth 
novl»-ly-4tb|^ 



•A1.B. 



TWO DKSIRABLE HOUSES AND IWQ 
LOTS tor sale, on Sixth street. In Lower Towa. 
Inquire of STEIN ft BRO., 

on Wabashaw street, between 4'h and Mft. 

feblS II 



OrFicK or III R a . C. 
Fort s-sf 1 1> 
l'el>nia'v ; 



riiiR a.C. s., 1 

INCS.MlNH., > 
21rt.l'6'.. > 



There will U offered for sal at PUBLIC 
AUCriUN at thi* Post on Thursday, the »h 
day of MarcH, 150(<, at 2 o'clock p. ». tbe follow. 
ing condemned SntMletcncs Stores, to wit : 
THlRTEluN BARRKL6 UF FLOUR. 
Terms ; Cash In U. S. foads. 

CM'. Nasu. 
Captain A. Q. M. aad A. C. S. 
ieb±.-td 



TERMS. 

WEEKLY. 

One copy ono year ^t OB 

Clnbs of tea copies one year, to one ad- 
dress IS o* 

Clubs of twenty oopiea, one year, to one 

address 3> OS 

Remittances lor clubs lor thla edition sanst In 
all case* be made at one tiiae ; bet additions 
may bo made at any tlaae, at dub rates , aftbb 
tbe dab has been raised provided a n>U year's 
subacripUoa is made. 

TRI-WEEKLY. 

One copy one year at tbe rate of Six Dollars 
per annum. 

Clubs of siy or nini», f.> o»' urfrfrras, at the 
rate of fire dollars per annam. 

DAILY. 
One yAar MA.«**> aU aaoatha $*.BO, 
tliroo months ft-4 Ml. 

■*. r»«l,pUiBm. 



4 T H«. «3S TiRAmn hk: 

yon may buy a Urge tiio 
Sto-^^art Oook Hiove 

At a greit t>argaln. It is xU cimpl^ti*, -with 
Copper Boiler, Reservoir, ftc. Ac, belonging to 
ftally leaving St. Paul. feb:4 

riMILf li9ilTTI.\(; MAlHIKi;. 

lacludiuK a B'K>k of In^trnstlon, Tw«nty Extra 

Needles, Oil Can.bcrew L>nver, IVrrncn 

Working Hook snl 

Reel lor Winding Yarn. 



This Machine lan b-.< bUooessfuUv Ofvraxei by 
anyone capable of turning a crank or rhanglng 
the bobbins, iritlu-ui oeltino o«( of rtpmr No 
wire springs abont it." Thcnotioos are all poti 
live. The simpltriiy, accuracv and sp«H-d ol the 
I Machine Id doing Its «-ork, is' truly *sioii*shing. 
It knits she material ot a pai* of stooinfrsia 
Tsn minutes. In a day a woman can make and 
flnUh complete for market one <'oien p itrs. The 
•titch it makes Is prooisely the raiue as that 
made with Knitting Needles, except— that tbe 
Maehlae makes It flrmrr. more durable anl ev«ii. 

It knits any desired sue, with any kind of 
Tarn, riiher ooarse or Bne Woolen or Cottua, or 
with Linen, Cotton ortilk Thread. 

Tvt sale by 

lu. P. FISHKR, 

General Agent, Seo Third street, 

f«b£0-lm 



K'OR SAUB 0« BEST. 



A Prairie Farm of 1(>0 acres, in Bloomington, 
Hennepin oo«at«, with Farm Uoiise ard lOu 
aeras oader aamTotioo, known a» the -Knox 
Vara." For fltrthw Mrtteolars iaqatre of J. 
D. STRUNQ, at C. B. Marshal's ollce, St. Pas'. 

Vabrmarymb, 180A. 

ftbis-dftwtf 



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▲ first olaas carriage wood worker on li^bl 
work. Also a good Carriage TriBmer. Noo« 
bat tbe best workmen neod ^>ply. 

R. L. WHARTON, 

feb£J-U Jackson street, Bear Sixth. 



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8A1NT PAUL, MAKCll I, 13(». 
TO ACVSBTISBBS. 

••• T^ii p,ip^-r k,i.t II />,ii/y. /Vi HVf/ti.v i«»<l 
t>t*<T ill .Vi'irifSiM, <i«.l thfTr/vrt yrrstntt lu 
t*tvhtr.\ 



Crrf Icgiaphit' Nfwa on Koaclk Page. 

THK LAKWI-ST (IRriLATlON. 

Audid «t Lcilcr Li^l for ISOti 



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PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



Tom OiTiCK. St Pavi.. Minn , ( 
February IT, lN''«<. j 
I'uMUhti^ -t ih.' St. I-Kul 1>»'1> I'irs. 

t;iMi.v«i>> — In compljatiio wuh ibo rc»;u- 
tnuons ot the Fo.t Office l>ei>diinuDl, nviuir 
ins the lublumion otihe li»wof uncallnl tor 
letUTS m l! new>v'iipcr lia\in>; the \tiTgv>.> 
"aviTage, actual, ordmrttv. ;\itd ^..na •;•<»■ (.ir 
niiatwi!. wilhin ihe pi>>t cflla' lUlivcrv, ilio 
Dubljcatiou of the »anl Ibts, (vt this olMit;, i» 
htrtbjr awatacU to the St Tai i. IVuiv Tkkss 
fox Ihe fiirt.i'.t > tar. 

\ ft ■ rt-pcctfully, 

J. II. STEWART. 

PoBtmastcr. 



New ()rle«n», wpeviaMy naapte.l to ito 
camiog ot graiu uu 1 tiviu. At ihy lat- 
ter point iljalitig tlevaiDis will ti*i.t.Kr 
the largots ol grmi lo coiiut-aiuj; Im- .1 vt 
octan bottoms, an. Kan* it lo Net* Yoik 
or Live pool, and rfturo to St. I.\:ui.i 
with tLi- .NUj;.!!, mubsois aiul ikv ol 
Louisian and Cuba, llu- coll.i. ot Bm^iI 
an! .lavii, at..l tJ.e <!.,» -j;.oil.-, ilotba ami 
cutlery ol Kuioptun uiauiiU.jtiiii; 

It M b.licv.d that iLe (;r»iti ol Mhm.c 
»oi«iu«IIowa can bt- oairM-d to L-i. r 
pool or New York K f i.s loui.-, anl 
mercbsiiduif bruiight bark liom those 
niArkits af i-ta-ly Ml ih- :iv. ruj;i- i.-ti-s 
by Eist and Wtst liiu!". 

In the ineantiiuo St. I,otii> n ncikiut; .m 
trtort to leali.- tin- ailvant^j^ia ot v.^ po- 
sition as the emporiutiJ oi ttcpriMt ti.i.H-. 



Iitrle 



tlie V .V 



— 'Jold t loicJ 137. Stocks a 
higher. 

— On Tuesdav, C'f-ermtyets mill in 
St. Louis was buraea. Los» #75,000. 

— It is said ibat Secretary Seward ha« 
ottiiaed frotu the Danish authoritiis !i harbor 
in the island cf St. Thomas tor a naval len- 
der vous. 

— rhe Mcrr!!« Fire and Inland Insu- 
rance Company v( Ne* York has suspended, 
on acov unt cf !:ir»:t.' and hazardous business 
which:: '.ous lossts. The ionired 

wilifi' .;ve the amount of rrcmi- 

un: . but the stockholders will Io»4 

heav , .;. 

— It is re j'on*" i that all legislition in 

Congress this .-..>jioa will conduce to infla- 
tion, and tbiit the teirpcr tf Congress is hos- 
ule t.' A.\ ui,.iMircs lookifig towards the con- 
tratu.'U ci' the vurrency. 

—Messrs. (."uminjjs dc Loclcwood's 
hair factory i;; New Y'ork was destroyed by 

lire ycjttr Jay. !.c>s Sl-j.tW. 

— rie I>cuiocrat« of Sin Francrisco 
h.iTe endorsed tin ! resident, and the Senate 

cf Nev.i'L? cnii.'rb'S Contrtoss. 

In an n trvicw with ceitiin Con- 
k;!.- .1 'lie rr.>ii!ent expressed tlic opin- 
'■>' ii -t > nth appii^ to BKm'jcr> ol 
- ' ;i^ !oo >cvere ; that a man w ho took 
' ' -til !>ort Mie CoDMittitit II w:is sulfi- 
^iii n. .vnsiiiutiunal aniendiucut 
'f 1 :i-«, ,1 -.iiitii the Scuthrrn Staiis 
were reprc-eiitcd. 

-An .x'ra | oli v (orc^- h.is hti-n 

p .1 ■ 1 ..r. lit..; .l.e Nal,..nal capi'ol in i-oujc- 
•lurrt... I I ilie tuituUuec of the [icoplc. 

— T*.» iioaiination c.1 postmaster at St 
' ■ . n . u ! l.v the ."icnate, no* because 

■^ -"■'!'-■-'> ''the Pro.-ideut. but because 

tho (..jaiicec w.i« hujti'e to Iwth the Missouri 
Seaa;>jr> 

— lb" Tenut-jsee Senators have been 

'' ■' "le cold fer nearly a year, but | 

' '" ■ i'out three-fourths of the 

: iheir admijsion when 

■■'^ Hi'. 

' ibere arts »,lhjO apnliua- 
» a ..;at places in tbe regular 
-!'-> deserving soldiers hare 
pa.>.-t.! k-'.^jd exiiminations, but that the nomi- 
nat:oiij i.jr the p!-.ices have been made from 
caauidatcs presented by congressmen, and 
who have cot passed the board. 
— Th- Indians ol Montana are becom- 

"'-■ ■"':•-•■ iind Gen. Meagher has called 

for -i\: i.-::ared volunteers to march againii 
them. 

—William L!o}d (iarrison denouaces 

th^ ■ - ^ .- :p. *ever.j term*, and says Sec- 
^'■' ■ . ,' : tK;'ter have fallen under 

lh« tju-i ...I tuc a>sassin I'ajne than to have 
panicipatcd m the recent Cooper Instituta 
meeting. 

—The Ttxan convention abolished 

sen::.;.;, e.xccp: :or u-:rae, and allowed ne- 
groes to testify in cojr:=. There are com- 
plaints ot tie maltrca'ment of negrces, and 
forces hare been ^:nt for their protection. 

— Kjmo.-- come thick and last of stri 
0U3 . --j.-ree.T.enti la the cabinet, jnd befveen 
S*"*^^' ' " '-ad the Compti oiler of 



which It loicsccs is to ^pl iiijj lip «„), 
t!cje new ariauge nenta bdw.c-i iIr. 
S:atf9 of the Upper Mississippi jimI ilic 
(iull. Mr. Charles P. Carv.r, lonnciK 
ollhisiity. now ol the lirm of I'arvcr. 
Wendover & Co., St. Louis, informs 
tis that St. Louis ia abou' to ert . t |,om 
two to live elevators, to re.jcive the grain 
which they anticipate will How down from 
tb». Northwest; and to faeilitafe ih« 
moviment there is Ic I'c a l:>rgo reduc- 
tion in the freieht rates of Minnesota 
grain. The Northern lin-i promM<>s to 
carrv wheat to St. Louis lor IJ or V, 
ci ntii. 

This IS very well aa lar n» it goes, hut 
we deni't at all perceive 'he necessity ol 
interposing a transhipment at St. Louis 
to the coifir.uous tran.iportation ol Min- 
nescti grain to the Ciull. The tu.' ai;d 



ta-. , . 

tions for th j i . 
arm.", ucd lUjt 



I'l has been introdnced 
t'l- iippointraent of live 



Corren 

— A I:- A- 

which : - 

lieutet nders, 20 litnUnant masters 

and 73 eni.-c, irf.m those who have served 
m the vjiiintecr nAval service lor two years, 
n.Cu.vGr;.r —n'ednesda>/— In the Sen- 
ate th.; 'ui to grant public lands to aid in the 
consiruc'ioa of the Pacific Railroad through 
Missouri and -iraausas by the .^ojthem 
route, wa, tjkta up. but j ctponed until to- 
mono w. The credentials of Will am N. Per 
rj, Senator elect from South Carolina, were 
preacnted and laid on the ubie. The concur- 
rent resolution that no Senator or Represent 
aiire frcta a lately seceded State shall be ad- 
mitted until C-jngress stall have declared I 



barge arrangement is as good l.jr the Up- 
per Mississippi as lor the Lower, and 
if we are to realize the a.tial value of tLc 
Mississippi as a com-nercial ehinnel. wc 
trust have an nnbroken cominiinication 
from St. Paul to the Gull These re- 
marks of course refjr to grain d'stine I 
l-^r Atlantic or E I rnpcan nnrk.-t,", btjt 
Mr. C'lrver inform-! <is that .Si. 1.'..,;.^ pf. 
fer» an extensive and adv:«n;;»^fo„„, |o„| 
toirket for Minnrso-a grsin l.r hotoe 
coiisu-uption a>i.l aiarivttft.itur.-. II« wa'i 
assured by proniin- nt millers of (bs! eifv 

that l">..:(X>bush.>ls of .V!inne53ta wheat per 
tlaj- would bar.lly .-upj-ly fl,., ,1. ,n«nd .1' 
St. Lo.i» mi'h alone, which niannli. trre I 
not only for the loe.il. but »or the S. u li | 
ern and even the Ijra/. I market. 

The (.iipcrior (juality ol iMiniMSt.ta 
wheat is now recognized in pvery market 
in the enunfry. In Chicago dcr.Iei). mis 
It with their inferior Illinois product and 
pa^s oil" the compound as No. 1 who.it 
New York dealers repr. sent thtrt ♦h. ir 
sole reliance lorchoic- b-at,.]-. is vn M.n 
neso'aor lowu wheat. ?!r. Ouv.rm 
forms us that Mmno.,. ti whe^t . om 
mands l.j cents per busii, I ,...r-. tbra aiii 
Other in the St. Louis market 

He hims-lf .»aw a sale of ?-lin.!e.cra 
spring wheat made on 'chang.3 fcr .$1 00 
per bushel, when all oiLer varieties were 
worth only from .f 1 -0 to.-?1.3iper buth- 
fl, and St. Louis dealers eonfiden-lc as- 
sert that they can well allord to "pay 
«l.i'.5lorall the wheat f.-cin Mimesofa 
whftbcaEbc liiddo.vn in that u-arket 
If that .8 the case, and the frtigbt ,0-' 
charges on the shipment c.f grain ficm ! 
St Paul i„ St Louis sh.uM no'. cxt;-ed ' 
lo or l.s jents-and it ought not to be so 
much-tbc pricj of grain at St. Paul or 
Hastings will rule this t-umnier a! from 
$1 07 :o Si. 10 or over a dollar at least 
But St. Louis not oi:ly proposes to pay 
us a higher price f jr our grain than Chi- 
cago, but ULder the Lew arrangemeuts 
for cheap transp-rtafic-n to tell us staple 
groceri^'ii at or b-lo-A,- New York price.*, 
Their direct nver lommunicatioa with 
New Orleans and the tropical r.-giotia 
which border on the Gtdf, . !,a',I, ■[,• St 
Lou 8 merchants to supply the NottliweM 
with sugars, raolasists, ri.e, Ilio coffee 
and other tropica! produ.-s en nuvch more 
advantsgeouj terms than other markets 
And It is not easy to ace why, with a pro 
per use of their advantages, they canno 



nr Senat'»r in Vmgrws, the Hon. Dauiul S. 

Noruiii. iiir lliu viit. e.l^l by liiiii 111 .vuslaiiiiiiK 

rresidi'Ul Jubiison's veto'of the Kreedmen's 

j liiireiu bill, ami iliat wc respecllully te<|uest 

I that lie Will Miviaiu Uic President in his re- 

I eousiUKlKU policy. 

I Ml-. Youuiaii-". UW* particular friend 

I ami loMiuiii.tii, but not bis loUuwer, it 

3eeuis,luvilit;iiioveiltbepieviousipie3tiou 

I lo cut oil llic ■; i<, luuvi d to lav Mr. iitick's 

.linen. imeiii oti the table, whiih was car- 

I lied, and Mr. Norton entombed, bv a 

' strict p.uty vote ol :.''.» lo 1,">, and the rt»- 

olutioiKi w'. le adopted by a vote of 1'8 to 

U. 

^ Mr. 1 bouip.>ou (^Ue-moerat) then oH'crid 
!i .»bip of state resolution, endoisliig 'iLo 
utility, paiiiotisni and liJclity of Andrew 
.lohusoii ;" but Andy waa laid in the same 
gr.ive with l»a... by a vote of L'8 to 1 1. 

Tb-.--e u.-oliiiunseonveupto day in t.hc 
Siiatc, wliieh will no doubt dispose of 
thcui wilb tipnl pioiiiptiuide and pluck. 
^\ e niuf be pi'-mittcd to apologize to 
the Legislature. Irs action upon these 
i resolutions i.-, lie lirst indication they have 
given that there was a Republican major- 
ity in either brmeh of the Legislature. 
H. rctoforn there has been exhibited so 
litllf unity of pnipose among Ihe Kepub- 
Iic.iii niei>ibtis -fo little cohesion— so 
nuich timidity and insincerity- such alack 
ol moral earnertncs and of that gt nuine 
party Mpirit wliich eooies from a conecien- 
(ious dtvt-.tion to principle that we were 
aliH"-; It d to doubt wfi.iher they had the 
eipac ty lo - oupielicud the crisis or the 
courage to execute the duties which it 
impos--. Vve wore mistaken. The sig- 
I'ul ol baitle lias brought Ihcin into line 
*i h ihcir faces lo ibe front. They have 
iisintJ the occasion. They are sound 
H.1 a unit. IJod blcfs them. 



^^^^^^J^^T-J^XJZ., THUIiHDi:^AfXSSfi 



THE 



1. l8no 



Legislature of Miimesota. 



KlGlirM «ae,810M. 



KKUTtrauv 28, ISflfi 

Mr. SllII.LuCIi iniiwdueed S. F. 203 to re 
peal a portion uf an act ameudiDK the vilUto 
charier of Maukat.i. iipproved February 2 
i^<'<'. Uead and referred. ' 

Ou nioUou of Mr. Ml'KUAV thoSeuaU- r.- 
considered their vote wheicbv 8. F No .'5 jn 
eorporaliug a House of Uefuage for the .state 
was lost, when ihoj bill «as amended, read 
a thud tunc and pas.>ed, 

The Senate then took a recess and went into 
Joint Convention (see House proceedings) al- 
ter which, upon conv. ninjt, the Senatu went 
luto Committee of the Whole, Mr. TH ACH PR 
in the Chair. 

Mr. MURRAY introduced S. F. Ne. -.01 
authoruing the conveyance of real estate of 
Lyman Dayion. Uead ibrec times and pjsted. 

SKNATK 11 II s I'AS.SKU. 

Providing lor priming and distributing laws 
and documents. '^ 

Uclating to the express repeal ol existing 

■Providing for editing aud irining tbo 
General biatntes. 

KelaiiDgto public lands. 

Authorizing the instruction ol the German 
language in the Schools of the State. 

itot'Si: nil L.s rassBD. 



t)ui I x> tiuugco indicate an iotensicy of 
political i.\-cit. meiit couse.jutnt on the 
rccenl veto ol the Piesident and his «ub- 
feipunt outbreak of personal malignity 
tf^wards the Union party— •uch as has 
h.tr.!Iy » ad a p.irralel fince the rebel at- 
tack on .Si. infer. Meetings are cvery- 
whiic bein- called by the Copperhe.ids 
to Frd'Ms,. th.,. Presidciit-by the Repub- 
li ariH (o f ndorjc Congrcfe. Resolutions 
pro iind ,„!> .lie Hying like Greek Ore 
Ibioiipl, i|„, aip from (be opposite camps 



of tlir- gr. at s>iti!.'oni,>tf . 



One glorious 



tru'h f tsn.?:; out above the dust and smoke 
>l Ibo lorlbct. The Republican party 
slands firm by its colors and rallies u 
one man around fbc Standard of Liberty 
and .Tustice, nnd.r v.hosc bloodstained 
folds tie Tiling -Ninth Confjresfi i^ light- 
ing the Ihm baiilo ,.f the Union aj^ainst 
th'- K''b»ilion 



Amending an act incorporating the village 
of Mankato. 

For the relief of School District No. 8 In 
Steele county. 

Granting a ferry right to Peter Thompson 
at San rrancisco. 

Authorizing the Inspectors and Warden of 
the State Prison lo let ihq Prison shops and 
labor of convicts for a term of years. 

Changing ihe name of Sophia Ueuior. 
leaf "^ * '*'*'« "^oail 'rom Paynesville to Gretn- 

Relating the State Libr.iry. 

For a Stale road from Miuneapolij to Wa- 

AuthoriziDg tbc Saint PanI and Pacific 
Kailroad lo e.xlend their branch from La Cres- 
cent to the State line. 

.\ memorial to Congress to reimburse sol- 
diers fijr money lost by rebels during the war. 
VL-I. , ''"nate then went into Committee of the 
Whole, Mr. LORD in the chair. After the 
tommittee rose Mr. SIMPSON, from the Com- 
uiittce on Federal Relations reported back all 
the resolutions oa national affairs which were 
reterred to them, all of which were laid on 
the table. 

The Chief Clerk of the House theu an- 
nonced the passage ot certain concurrent rse- 
oiutious on national aflairs, (included in 
House reiwrt.) 

Mr. MURRAY (Dem.) offered the following 
as a suti.>.titnte. = 

Resolved, by the Sira'c, ih: House ol Uep- 
reseutatlves concurring, that there Is no war- 
rant or authority in the Constitution of the 
Initcd .Mates for any stale or States 
to secede, and that all resolves or or- 
dinances to that end or lor that n.irposc 
arc absolutely null and void, and that the war 
having defeated the attempt to thus divide 



«... .,/,..< line 111,, halety nii.t ,„,„,„„eB,. 
o our ,ee «»''.i"t...i.sd.iii«ndsfrou.the^°. 
pie and then repic-eniam. , „,. |.... ,.„u,nM- 
asm, ron.Manev and |mlii..|,M.., ;,|, i|h „n sent 
time llian w .iU-eivil war .wi- 1 iTe..to„ ilg o. r 
piiliiicul cxi>teiicf. "^ 

/(«.,/..,/ Ih^l" n.. Iiil-o h.,t,e« „UoMl.r»H= 

advant.,;...s I,..,. ni Ihi, guide nxl ..1 01.- 

p^rtuniiK-.s but while rener , itj', .„.,...„„„„;,. 
ny mid c.iK il,ali..n .M.uuld l.e ,.ur moiloes. 
wi-d.'m piudcnco and ex|Krieme ..hould Ik 
our gu'dc. 

Htsnlrnl, Ibiit U.,: I..„j.al . on.-i ,|m nc« of 
seces.M<.u wuMbo ab.,li,j„u ..f slavery that 
the events ..I ihc war male this a n,.,.i.«!,itv 
that returning p. aco has it^ proMeoi.s, upon 
the correct MilutioM ul ubiHi dcpem's llio lu 
tine intcMniy, ihc .(.lic., Um harmony, and 
the salvty olihe nanou. 

JUsulvtS; That in a.ljustlfi^; ih- .iuc.sii..n.H 
gro« ti« out ol the reb. Ili„n, Coii^Ttw should 
not allow ilscit to be hlndrn.l or thwarted 
by lliose mo.stinlere-lid ni inikini; vain Ihr 
hcpt 8 springing from its .Mippre.ition. 

Hcsohed. That no|>ecuniary oliliL'ati ,n con- 
tracted lor or in aid cf the leiielli'on, dhould 
ever upon any pretext be submitted to the ac- 
tion of Congress. 

RtaoUcd, Ihatslip-i should be taUen to sc 
-•urcand establi.sh the .stungcst giur.intics 
01 freedom and civil rights to all irrespective 
of color; and that whenever the elective 
franchise shall be denied or abridged in any 
SWto on account of race or tolor, all persons 
of such race or color shall bo excluded Ironi 
the basis of uational rein-csuntati .n 

f^JU'^'^t'^' 'J??,' "6 relvupou the' firmness 
and wisdom of Congrct in the prpstot emer- 
gency of public affairs ; that it is to Congress 
the people of Minnesota look f.r ibo true re- 
construction policy ; that the people ol Minne- 
sota will approve all measures looking to the 
euro establishment ol mstice io tho Rebel 
Stales, and will endorse and sustain such of 
their rcprescrtalivi.s i.s stand shoulder to 
shoulder un.U ihu fruitd of victory are se- 
cnrcd, the uppropriaic r-S!?lts of all our sacri- 
liccs achieved. 

The reading of the resAiutiuos brought sev- 
eral members to their ..et, all desirous for 
dchate or to amend. 

bEXATim Nujcto.w 



rj^iMLnu maaaKit wasjbw. 

A Ku.>J J rank Mukrr waiiti-a loimedlal. Ij-. 
Al... a c.iuiitvut ycuujs lutu to K-mu fUt 
Iruuk riittkliijj. Ii .|iiltL> i-f 

C.PltUAL,lkird«lreut. 
inch I -31 



iw ^arcrtisrmmtjs. %tv! Prrrtisewemis, 



c; R A iN r> 
Literary Entertainment 

Kur the ttamlit of tli^s 

UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY, 

At Ingers^oJl'ts Hall, 

m \VKMESlHVAM»TliriffWY EVEM.NfiS, 
March 7th and 8th. 



lb. pti ..<. Tit M- H.u of Ihe Lrgisla'ure 
KilMe ib-ffl en Friday, but no bills 
<ui. b- p.^.tcd allei to-day. The busi- 
nc.-6 i. wt!j LMhum, d. and it is believed 
thi: eiosii g fc,„„t. will not be marked by 
ilir IMS' jre of lueisurcs that have not 
beeii.v.i: . ..i..sideied. The list cf acts 
v»bieb have tictivcd ihe signature ot the 
Governor, w- have m ftpe, but deem it 
bci* to defer publication until it can be 
ui.i'lu complete. 



supply us with many other .articles o' 
merchandise at a . heaper rate than we 
can get them by East and W. st routes 
as at present organized an I g' v^rnd. 

TUB VOItE wrlruE iEKI^il. 

- -o -.. — .» uci.i«eu j ■■ A Tin* or .m.x.^e^uTA. 

tuch .-Lite entitled to representation, was .lis- Nearly every K^public.vi l.-Mshinr.. 



cnsscd by Messrs. Nye, of .Vevada, Johnson 
of Maryland, Fesseade... an 1 others. 

la the House the pro -.-.liogi wsrannim- 
portant. 

TBE ni<IMI||«tl>pi AS Ay ot T 
iET, AS» «r. EMll% Am A 
.IIAMKET. 

It has heretofore b- en a matter of acme 
■•tonisfcraent that .ucfc a magnificent 
commercial highway ai the Mississippi, 
traverairg iL.; wLol.i length of Ihe great 
interior plain of U.e continent, and pierc- 
ing fifteen degrtes ol latitude in the nat- 
nral direction of exchange* between the 
tropics and th« temperate zone, should 
have been so long neglected aF an outlet 
for the produce of tbe Nor.h ..est, and 
that, with all these enormous ac /-nfages 
of continuous navigation from S. Paul to 
the gulf, i' should have failed to cof pete 
with the ccmplK^tcd and eapensiv- yt- 
terns of transit by rail, lake, cand .,.d 
riTer, with their frequent and ostly 
transhipniente, which connect the Misait- 
aippi with the Atlantic seaboard. 

But, ill fa:t, the great natural ad- 
vantages of iLia outlet to the ocean have 
been alm-j^r wholly neutralized, first, by 
expensive lu'i'es of transportation; and, 
second, by \.\it want ol any organized 
system of • otnmuniea'ion with the Atlan- 
tic and Kiropean markrfs. For these 
reason-. <l e river bu-incM of the Missis- 
sippi has <!efen. raud to a -P-re local or 
way trtllic, supplementary to tan and 
west Imes of railroad, and iby great 
Sta'eaof tbe Northwest to ra*r., dep^n- 
denues of railroad satraps. Hence mo 
noporits. enormous tariffs and .o„,„.unj 
ties of farmers reduced to poverty in the 
midst ol ihe redundant wealth created by 
their toil. 

But at latt we are glad to know these 
obgta< rb 8 to th'! flow of cjinmerce through 
this great natural channel are about being 
to a great extent removed. 

In the first place the whole apparatus ol 
freightage on the Mifsisaippi is undergo- 
ing a revolution by the substitution of 
fleeU of bargea lowed by powerful iteam- 
tug», thus^ combining the greatest freight 
capacity with tbe least expense, for the 
coatly doating hotels which have hcrtto- 
fbre monopolized the business. 

A line ol these tugs and barges, under 
tbe auspices of the Mississippi Trans- 
portaUon Company, is about to be put 
on the lower river between St. Loni« and 



now in session fhroughout the country 
has promptly nui U,.; igju-j tendered in 
the veto message of Pre-'idoii^ Johnson, 
and in the coarse, inflammatory baran"ue 
in which he assailerl tb-i great party 
which elected him as traitors, diaunion- 
ists and assaesini, by the adoption of 
resolutions emphatically commending the 
intrepid attitude of the Republican rat- 
jority of Congress, and suatainirg th.jm 
in their determined resistance to ihj re- 
actionary policy which the rebel oligarchy 
and the Copperhead Demo-racy, with 
the President at their bead, are seeking 
to impose upon the country in insolent 
defiance of the national will. And the 
Republicans of thi.i Stale have been anx- 
iously looking to their representatives in 
the legislature for some formal ixpres- 
sion of the universal sentiment of the 
party upon ihe great issuc.-i broa. li- d in 
the pending collision of Congress with 
tli.j K.\ecuiive— some words ol encour- 
age', tnt to onr faithful r.pre!.enta(iv.8 
in Congress— for some e. ho to iLe war- 
cry which everywhere marshal, the Union 
parly in a solid phalanx against the alli- 
ance of its apostate betrayer w th its 
li'clong foes. 

Yesterday at last tb.. ,,i „., | ,,o,„,„ ^^ 
the Legislature w.as stirie-l t.y ,),„ „.^ 
pest that shakes tli- land. Ii |,jg ^es- 
ponded— or one bran<h of it ot leajt- 
and, tbank Cod, it ha.t re^(ir,nded nobly. 
Mr. Rristol. from fte f'oiumitleoon Fed- 
•;rt I RfdalioPK oflere 1 yesterday in the 
House a ^erits cf resoiufiona (see our 
Lgislative report) previously adoptid 
in It'-publicau caucus, which endorse ibe 
glorious attitude of the Union majority 
of Congress on the vital issues of the 
tour, and which but utter the universal 
voice of the Republican party from one 
end of the land to the other. 

The two bat resolutions touch upon 
everyvital point in the contest between 
Congress and, he Executive, and record 
ui advance the eure verdict of the people 
of Minnesota in favor of ,he former. 
The resolutions receive additional force 
and significance from the action of the 
House 'n counter resolutions endorsing 
Senator Norton and Presidiint John-on 
which were laid on tbe table so .j-iickly il 
made the beads of tbe Democrats swim 
with bewilderment. Mr. Rack (Demo- 
crat) offered tbe fcUowing amendment- 
Ruohtd, That we approve of the action of 



STiir^ Ol rucuEBEi, mfiteii 

-Utm^Htyi tjF TME dEPBESE 
C««. WE. 

^v. important decision h^s been ren- 
d.ud ty tie Sapreiiic Court of the Cni 
fed Stat(s. bearing upan the sfa<i.-s of the 
rc'rciUuus Slates. 'ibe circumstances 
under which tbe decision was rendered are 
thus .-f-<,ted : 

The point rai-.c*d w-a^ whether the Supreme 
Con. t would lake up those cases from the 
bouihern States which had been set one side 
i.urin.i; tlie reheliiun. 1 ho Supreme Court of 
the- Lnitcd Sta'cs cannot originate cases itself, 
"It act-i upon tt.e decisions of the courts be- 
low a, arid c.jniirms or rejects those decrees, 
in thus deciding questions appealed, the de- 
c;-M .n. whatever It may I.-, » sentto the C5urt 
l.ora which an ppial was taken. This is the 
oiiir V..,; tli:i! the decrees of the Supreme 
louit iiie riiu.l,. applicable. In other words, 
the court below i^ notified whether its decis- 
Irt'!^T '*."'!^''"'-''' <"• overruled, and that court 
odicially inlorni. the parties in interest, and 
Shapes Its own c jurso thereafter accordinelr. 
Now, while tlie rebellion was in existence. 
!^«:,',H '^''\"'-' '■'^togniz d courts held in the 
.^ouihern States, and therefore no place for the 
.snpreme f o-.rt to send its decrees of confirma- 
lion orrej..cti,,u on tho»e cases originatinir in 

the calendar ironi tho late rebellious Sutes 
we're, 8 ■in o;;rly sUi-o of the war, set one side 
I.. r the time b ing, or until the United States 
District and tircu.t Co-arts could again resume 
tti^ir du.ies, en.i'jlin? tho Supreme Court to 
rea^on'ii"'; '^"'''"■- """ '^' "'^ ""Iditional 
on ci "i/r slir'"' ""«'^*'«<* ^*«1 ■»<" appear 

Tb". cnrf d. ctded, Chit f Justice Chase 
a'one di'^cr^ling, to take up eases which 
ba<l been laid aside, from Sutes which 
bad been in rebellion. This decision is 
rcf;ard. d as allirming the correctness of 
Ibe President's po iiion in regard to the 
Matui of Ibe reb.l States, that "they 
placed themselves in a condition where 
(b.ir vitality was impaired, not extin 
g„i,h.'d— Jheir functions suspended, but 
not .icstroyed."' 

Of eoune, the question of the rights of 
ibu laiely rebcllioufl States to representa- 
tion in t.'onfjrc;.'. is not m any way afTcct- 
i'\ by Ibix decision. 



and break up the Union, it is of vital import- 
ance to the Itepnblk- and to all the States 
thereof that the States icccntly in revolt and 
each and every one of them should resume 
the r m-proprinte and Constllutional position 
andlunclionsin the In ion without delay 
and to this end it is the sense of the Lcgi.sla- 
ure ol the State of Minnesota that our Sena- 
ors and Kepresentativcs in Congress should, 
w mving all minor diiliculties and scckinK only 
to maintain and preserve the Union oi our 
taihers support the President in every and 
all t onsi.tulwnal cllotts and policy to restore 
to ihcir pl.iccs in the Union Hie States lately 
in rebellion. -' 

Mr. THACHEU moved lo lay the subsli- 
lu e on the table, nud th'j yeas and navs beinir 
caMed, there were yeas 13 and nays T. as lol 

I ^'■- )•■'-"'"«''•. Uole, D,»niels.Geor«e, Lord, 

'I'Vi •,'^i;'^"*''-'''' "'"^''■' ''""". H'aiidoli.h 
^-hillock, .Simpsun, Tliach-.r. 

Navs— Bixter, Cutters, Buull, lauglce 
Murray, Otis, Richardson. '-""(S'-. , 

Absent, Mr. Pillsburv. 

The question then recHrred npon the adop. 
An^iJ'^ '•»<= House resolutions, whi-n Mr. 
o 113 gave notice of debate, and they wera 

'^.."^o"" "■*"' w-morrow' under the rules. 

1 ho Senate then adjourned. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
Wednesday, Feb 23. 

SKNATJC BILL-j PASSED 

To amend an act euiitlcd an act to incoroo- 

Marched. 1S«"«' " "'• ^°"''' "PP'^"'^^ 
To vacate certain blocks in Keepers addi- 
ii-jn to the town of SUakopee . 

rtriTlo.NS. 
Mr. HAYDEJl presented the petition of 
Geo. Davis and other citizens of Sherburne 
county, praying for the passage of a law to 
restrain persons from making fires on prai- 
ries, &c. '^ 

nOLSE BILLS PASSED. 

Mr. FARMER Introduced a bill to amend 
an act entitled an act to provide for the exe- 
cutioii and supervision of the State printing 
and binding, passed Feb. 26, 1866, which was 
read three times and passed. 

JOINT CONVENTION. 

The appointed time having arrived for the 
meeting of the Joint Convention for the pur- 
pose of electing a member of the State Airri- 
cultnral Board, the members of the Senate 
made their appearance and took their seats. 

«7vV^Ao^°"°". '^'"fc' ''»"e'l 'o order, Mr. 
HON NOR nominated B. A. Lowell, of Wase- 
ca county; Mr. RUSSELL nominated W L 
Ames, of Ramsey, and Senator RICHARD- 
SON neminaied A. K. Maynard.of Le Sueur 
The vote being taken, Mr. Lowell received 30 
votes. Mr Maynard VJ votes, and Mr. Ames 
2 votes Mr. Lowell was declared duly elec 
ted. He returned his thanks to the Conven- 
tion for the compliment, and stated that he 
would use all honorable means to prevent the 
diversion of the Agricultural College grant 
from Its original design, which was received 
w-ith applause. The Joint Convention then 
adjourned. 

PASSBD. 

,.-i.'',K° u "^ ftdjoumraent of the Joint Convcn- 
lion the House passed the following ■ 

Mr. BRISTOL introduced a bill for an act 
providmg for an apportionment of the Internal 
Improvemerit Fund ot the Sute, which was 
read three times and passed. 

Mr CUTTER introduced a bill for an act 

Pif^nH°J3f' ^°^"\ "• •J^ff'-'^o". goardian,to 

ind passed '^ ""' ''"*''• ^"<^ '•>"« '"»" 

INTRODUCED. 

Mr. RUSSELL introduced a bill for an act 
for the relief of Connty Auditors, which was 
referred to Committee of tho Whole. 

LOST. 

S. F. No. 106-A bill to prevent frauds in 
toe mspec ion, weighing and traisportlng of 
grain, was lost. rvv.uB ui 

The House then took a recesF. 



Mr. BUCK of Blue Ettih, bent ui. Uio fol 
lowing amendment: 

ResoUed, That wc uiii.ro. c of the aotiou ol 
our Senator in Congrcs.^, the Hon. Daniel S. 
Norton, for the vote east by him in siiMauiiiK 
1 resident Johnson's veto ot Ihe Frcedmens 
Bureau bill and that we ies|.ecllullv request 
that he will su.suiu the I'icsidcnl in his re 
construction policy. 

Mr. YOUMANfi moved the previous ques- 
tion oil the original mcion, which was decid- 
ed 10 the aHirniative. 

Mr. YOUMANS then moved to lay the 
amendment of Mr. Buck upon the table Which 
was carried: 

Y'eas— Me-ssrs. ArmsiroHK, Branch, Br stol. 
Brown, W. W. Buck, Chalfant, Cutie' , Crook- 
er, Dickey Ellison, F/:rmer, Felch, Gould, 
Hiiyden, Harrington. Howe. ILiihaway , Ho 
ban, Honnor, Johnson, King, Mitchell, Perry 
Poi_>o, Russell, Schalirr, Valson, Yoimans 
and Mr. Spealtcr.— 20. 

Mays— Messrs. Archibald, B.-inics, U.Bnck 
Griggs. Jay, Mo..ro, Masters Mavnard, Over- 
Mck, Paine, ; rnith, Trottaud Tliompsou —Pi. 

THE V«tlK ON TIIK IlKSOLl'TlONH. 

The vote whs then taken oa the resolutions 
oUcrcd tiy Mr. Bristol, and carried, ps follows 
w^'«'*^'^^*■'"7^ ^'■"''''^™*'' i-nstul, isrown, 
^^- ^M.-.^"'^^''' t •' ''f^'n'. <'uuer, Cro'.kor, Dick- 
ey, Ellison, Faruur. Felch, (j.juld, Il^.vdcn 
Harriniiton. Hew.-, Ilalhawav, Hobart 'Hon- 
nor. J..hnso(i, King, Mitchell, Perry, Pope 
Russell, Schallcr, Walson, Voumans and Mr! 
S|H'ak.'r— "JS. 

Na^s— Missi.s. .\ichibald. Daniel Back 
Gn^rgs Jay, M'lorc, Mi-sters, Maynard, Ovcr- 
becK, Paiuc, £;mith, Tn-tt and Thompson— 12. 
ri!i;iii)E.\r .loiiNiov not k.mxjiujf.u. 

Mr. IHOMI'.SUN iht n offered the followiae 
resolution : 

Hrsw'ted, That wi; have conli-knce in the 
ability, patiioti-m and Udclity of Andrew John 
s >n, and believe that with ins lirm haad ou 
the helm, ihe ^'oo'I ship of state will yet ride 
clear ol the >clioals aud qniekiand- ol' I iiiali 
ei-iM to a s lie and quiei hirlnr. 

Mr. PKRUY moved lo lay the resolution 
ou the table, which pievailvd. 

Yka.';— Mi's.rs. Arm'tron;:. Bri,sto!, bixiwu 
w. W. BucU, Chalfant, Cutur. Crooker, 
Diekcy, Ellison Farmer, lo'ch, Gould, Hay- 
den, liarringion, Howe, Hatliawav, Hobart, 
Honner, Johnson. Ivuir, Mitchdl, lerrv 
Pope, Russell, Schnller, Watson, Youmans 
and Mr. Speaker —2S. 

Nays— Messrs. Archibald, Barns, Brunch, 
Daniel Buck, Griggs. Jay, Mooie, Masters, 
Maynard, Overbeek. ^a^ nc. Smith, Trott 
and Thompson— 14. ' ' 

The House then weni into Committee of the 
Whole, Mr. YOUMANS in the Chair. 

After some lime spent the committee rose, 
and the House took a. recess until 7i o'c'otk 
to cons ider some spi ..-ial orders. 

DIED. 

At New Caiij.i:i, oil UiM evouioE t f the "7 h 
inut, FUKUKKICK WILLIAJI, ion of Dr. K. 
A. and S ii. Boyd, aged moe years. Funeral on 
F.iday 10 oclock, at rcaiaenco. 

On TH.-;diy evecin?, -JTlh Februtrr W 
FRANK MKKRILL. cf f,'a-i,a8, N . II ' ' 



■*roi(iantiu« for Virat (W«tlBcad«r; 
Krtsmlmg. 

I. < poninit Sonjr, (Qaartette)— " List! the Evf 
uiug llr.H-ze U blealin)!.'' 
-•. laileaux —"Ihe Cotter's Saturday Mght " 
.1. U'CitttUoo.- "Bartiarie Freiuhie. ' 
*. latlfiux— 'Jthello Kclatlog biii Adventures 
6 —Duett— ' Why do you watch the lone, lone 
deep." 

f). Scene 'rem the Widow Bcdott.— " The wid- 
ow reilrux »o a grove In the rear of Klder Snlf 
n-j's hon.sp." ^^ 

PART SECOND. 
1. Tatileanx— '• Rt-becoa at the Well." 
■-'. Deelanutiou- ■ ' Ihc Baron's l>et Baoqaet." 
a. TableiBx.—" family IMmculties." 

4. I'iano Solo — " Merry U the greenwood." 

5. Charade (la Thrrte fcenes)- Z>r»ina(M rer- 
.son.' -Debit, a Banker in Wall street; Tom 
HeL-hdon. hU Olerk ; Julius, a co lored servant ' 
.Mrs. l:i'cv<'ii; Kiln Keeves, her daughter. 

•1. iablfauK— "Vlew.^ of (jalveston." 

r. ."-oo—" Good Night aud fleasant Dreams." 

Pr»^rainin>« r«r S«c«Bil (Tkarallaj) 
Eveaing:. 

I. Souff. (Qiiarletl*- ' Welcome Spring." 
if. J'ableaux— " I'amiog a Shrew." 
•3 KucitatloD—' Damon and Pylliia«.'' 

4. .Scene irom Widow Bedottr— -' Tim Cr.ne's 
r^ourlijliip " 

5. .-solo. 

Ii. Tha land ol Ooll— A tcritalicn fer two 
voices. 

PART SK .OSD. 

I. Tableaux— " Brewing Scandal." 

-'. tiuartctt*?— '• O where 1* that Sunny Land." 

a. Tablpa-jx-" The Village Bchool in Uproar 

and Repose." "^ 

i. I'roverb (in one act) Cast of Characlfri.— 

laulSmilherK, Jack Thompson, bis iriend - Mr. 

BiinpHOD, Hrd Rarbi^rirlKe, iPottman and Waiter 
.j. Duett. . . '• Aljiuu Morning. 
<!. lableaux- "Ih.:) Flower of tho Fatnily." 
7. Solo. mcht-rt 



'^■■" »•»■«.«■«>■■■», rmkmm 

ttH i:,-„t Oil H>yi,JHt ,/ re,.H»tlva<u., 
can t<«Iyund lor a Uw weelo, »t Iho olll-e ul 
■IOK<;an fc Mc.mi/M, Ni. IW ih!rd«li«.t, 
St. I'aul, Mluu . hour., lu .•.. ti. ;o 1 1-. «,, wheie 
he will Im bHi.py I., ««, tbuK- who are dexlrou* 
of lD,...ii„^ ,„ ,„, ,^^^^ ^j ,^.^ InUrtMt; 
and to givUnloimtlloDlnrefcrenc, to oil |ko. 
ducUuos and IIh loc«litl.>i. 

UESBl McHKn'TE. 
I>«Uorln .;il,^„a,.aa on .:„teres,.. Puko,, 
City, Venango cjuaty. P». 
St. I'aul, Minn., i eL. zoth, laor, 

'•*iM-<ii»t-J»lt*iw*wIf 



gttttfeg, 

II. iuuMi-»»a.) A»H. J. e. luoMf-aoiT^rEM 

FIRST NATIONALBANK 
<n'' .-^Aiwr PAUL, 



ST. PADL PRESS 



BOOK AMI) «JOfi 



i 



Paiil up lapitol $«00,(HNI. 



Printing Office 



AMU 



WHAT 

iscTslMiTil 



If saved, it wUI .tcure jou a policv for 
•2,5001n the NEW Y.mK ACCIDENTAL IN- 
8URA«CK0OMPA-Ny. 

X. a. a. uoautCiK, ^^ », 

*t Morgan fc McCloud'a, TUlrd-et. 



1866 

NEW STYLES FOR JANUARY 



raBlk aud Half If reed Kcriy 

liOUailT ANU eOLD. 

Proaairt a'tcnUon given to tbe ooUecUva o< 

QrARTKR.VA8TERS' VUUCHERS 

A|.;<'nli! for Ihe eale of 

1*-A.H istikGIi: TlCKEXiai 

Irom Liverpool aud Vtueeiutown to Hew Tcit 

and Saint Paul. 

DralU OB MnyUind, Irttand, fitrauuty,Fr 
Stcat^nawi Kurwny. 
Jana-Iftlt 



BINDERY,! 

ror. Wibishaw & Bench Si*. 



An Elegant ABscrtnient of 



GREAT EXCITEMENT. 



M^j.jrlty cf thas? who read uewi picera rever 
tvia give a hasty glancs at a bu=lne sadvertise- 
m»n*. lu'd If « 



MAN 



Artua'ly has a choice variety of ifOjd Leather of 
:ill desoiipiioiis, which we are selling at tbe very 
lowest Chicage prices, freight added, It hardly 
pays UB to pobllsh the fact. Therefore we have 

FOUND 

It U best to simply invite everjbody to call and 
rx.imiue our exicn-ive ^tock and pricK before 
purchasing eh^wbere, iind!<«y but litll.- in rega'd 
to the knowledge and sdrsniaites which we 
po.'se:. We ae d.?ter!nlnr.I to m.tk.' it advan- 
liigooui lo those wh.j arc not 

DEAD 

lo Iheir own iut'-rebU lo buy tht-ir LKATHJlR 
auj everything 



CASSIMERE8. 

F*! lie Co i^ tinge. 

BUSINESS SUITS. 

O V K RCJO A-TH, 

A. lull line oi 

(lentleiiieii's Furnishing (i(mmIm, 

Alw&ys en tiaad. 

Fashionable Garments 

iVtade to order on short Itoltce. 

T. B. CAMPBELL, 

ISS Xhird 6lti-eet. 

jani 



National Bank of 8t Paul 

Paid up Capital #S00,000. 

This Bank le now la BBOoe«gf«l opecatlaa sad 

tendera lU s^rvicf-e to Banks, Bank«r« aad etlien 
In thetraneaciioD nflpffitii.tj.h|n|rt, -tM - ^ n 

Drafla Cor Sale on 

LOTOOW, DUBIJJf, BBSKBH 

aad otbvr [rlsdpal Earopf^aD ettlea. 
C- 'lowioiis upon al] aeoec«U>lc polati la the 
Bc-i wen wil, be made and resitted for «■ «* 
oip-.imentat current ratoe of exehaaaa. Hidf 
est Market Rat--i. paid lor Gold, BOvar aM vC 
eipu Kxcbange, Thii- Bank ip an aceat for iak 
Bcriptione lo the popular L nited l>tl^7-WLou 

S, .^.!? "°**'* *•" »« »" »»"«• ^ kept oa taS 
for eale In snme of from Fifty DoUananwanta. 

£.8. EDGKRTON, PreddaaU 

JOHN KICOLB, Vloe Prertdent. 

D. A. MO NFORT. Caaiilw. 

t>IR.KCTORS- 

JOHN Nicolas, 
J. a. STKWAKT. 
B. l•KfcaLl!,V 
C. H.8CHCKMEIEB, 
P. BERKEY, 
I. <■. r*»>KOF, 

St. Paul, July fitii, 1H6 



We bee to eall tfee atteatloa of ear friead* aad 
tlM pablte to oar extenatva 



BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. 



Oar (aelliUM la TrPF, STEAM POWttE 
PKBSSF.S aad M4TERtAL are .ach that we 
feel coDlideat we can exeeale 



y. B. FAB (TELL. 
N. B. BARWOOO. 
J. B. BRADKH. 
JOSEPH DAnjDT. 
r. R. SHITU, 
ISAAC STAPLES, 



•vtv-ir-iM It 



NATIONAL 

Marine Bank of St Paul 

I'AIU MM'APITAl. 9100,000. 

A OKKKP.aL B.«lTKino BU8I1CKI18 TRAKBACTBDb 

Gold, SIrer and Exchange t>oaght and bo o. 
Coupons paid. Collectlone promttlr made aad 
r«mitt«d at cnrrenf rate*. ^^ 

Agent* for the popular 

7:30 TJ. S. I^an. 

NEWTON BRADLEY, Preildwt. 

J >nN HOLLAND, Vice PresldenL ' 

O. B. TUBRF-LL, CanhW. 

■Oirwetors. 

.lobn Holland I C. Proal 

f: W Uolmao 1 D. WeUe. .)r. . 

O. B. Tarrill, Edward Webt. 

D. Sagford. | Newtoa Bradley. 

#3'HllV 



WHAT 



WHAT 



IN 



MASON'sTlATSTORE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

A new line ol 

HATS AM) CAPS. 

- To supply tho eurly demmd cf Jl. re' ant.' la 
the interior at p.-iccs much loTtcr than hitherto 

Additional lots will bcroiring la all the lime 
direct from thf E»«tf rn Minuractorcr;;. 

Merchant-^ who by their Grooeri-.s, Pry (jroda 
and Boots and Shoes in S,raul,mn-'i bo a'l-lo 
buy their Hat?! AND rAl'.S,il?o. .-Dllat 

MASON'S HAT STORK, 

Opposite Ibe Bridge, Si raul. 

mchl-lw 



Tt-ebn. of SAIH't.lfBY II AltUW.MtV, SHOE 
^i^A""'; »A«S»;-»S, -SOLK, KIP, CALF 
.>HI..t,v MvlNS, ani ev, r. it,.„p cl>.> in our lln" 
of bu iriK.st 14 M06EMS*»oa».Vew 

lork I c-ith'rSiore, . 

SAINT PAUL. 

..Ii'i'i" "■""'• highest mitkpt prlfe paid for Hides 
aLdbh.epPelt>- mchl dlw&».'5m 

GROCERIES 

L>£WSTHA!V008T 



IS cry WHK WILL DO. 



*»TATK NEWS. 

TiiK JwHJIin,; hout-r of Mr. Durfee . of 
Minti' yj'ii City, Tias Jeatroyed by fire 
.S.ttiir.lav inortiiiijj, lugdhcr with all ite 
<r.iii<-rna. I.osi prohably about .$1,000 ; 
iii'iireil for .i«ij(.Ki 

Till. Winnolnfjo Ilomettead says that 
I'-o voufig lailies who lived on South 
<;i'. k. »i„„. ten or twiUe miles from 
that j.lai; , wer^! frcztii to death on 
Wt 'Iii.'sday night lost, while in their own 
lions, an-l in bed. We have not been 
«ll • u, 1; ,irn Ihe names of the ladies, nor 
nny ol the partiriilarp. 

Tin: Mankato liemrd hhjb C'apt John 
A. Keed, o( (.'omp.-iny H., iirackett's 
battalion, stationed at Spirit l.»ke, Iowa, 
■mder dat.- of the LSth instant, writ«ii 
tliat \fr. .»of.-f.l, Wilford wa.s found 
fro/.. I. to death about six miles w.st of 
that |,ltt, ,. and brought in on the 17th by 
Air. liitikiiiBii. 

••Glouy hallelujah! The Trefident 
veto.-. Ihe Freedmen's Hnreau Hill! 
•tlo.y . ;i.<,UKh (or one diy ."-su.,h are 
th.cxclumalioi,,, of tho thutlit-ld Z/ewo 
'/./(. on.; o( Ihr n,05t virulent coi-pet head 
aheelb (,» the Siatc, at the head cf an 
article on ihi; I'ruiiilent's veto. 



—A litter was received from Maj. 
(ien. Cus.er, da-ed at Auitin, Texas, in which 
hcd.-nieH the stntemtnt pnblishtd here in 
Ue.xmbcr that he had been making secession 
spccthus. lie ha.s made n.) public speech 
bin cc coming to Texas; "but if I had, my 
voice woold not have been raised in support 
of and in sympathy with the sentiment 
nud doctrines of cx-rcbels, whoso hostility 
and opposition to the Kovcmmcnt is now as 
strongly and openly manifest as at any time 
during the rebolUon. I hope my coarse dur- 
ing the war will he accepted as bearing me 
out in this sutoment." 



AFTERNOON SKSSION, 

2i r. M. 

8KNATK KILKS ON THIRD KKADINU. 

A bill /or .in a.t to .ii.ih .rl/,c the .St Peter 
and Winona Railroad Company to run thetr 
road and U. construct and tfiamtain a bridce 
across the Mlsf.l^^sipI)i river at the city of Wi- 
nona Passed. 

To amend an act cnlillcd an act to amend 
an act entitled an act to pr.ivlve for the loca- 
ti.m and conslmction of a .State road from .St. 

uti*3L 'pjl'.et'"-'""' """"""' '«"^'' 

Mi!.'il"i"°^i.'?,f''''°*'' ''''"' 'i^ts in town of Pil.H 
Mound, in Fillmore County. Passed 

„.;nr'^„7"°'''"'-\°^'""f^''''"''* '■"' 'he establish- 
inent of a mail route f om Little Falls, in 

co";;r pS- '° ^""'"°''"»' - '»-^'- 

^J.'.'oJfl"'';!'. ^°^. JevyinK n la.x to procure 

To arnend section 1 ol chapter 28 cf the 
Special Laws oi is(ij. Parsed 

vinc.''*'l4" in™"""""" "" '"'"' "f Mantor- 
."^^ \":"'"<^'>J"r ^nrvcyim:, lor^atn^and ts- 
tablishin« a .State toad I mm Mlnnriipolis to 

MoiltlCCllO. PutfV '. I o IV. 

Onmotion of Mr.'c (TTTKR, S. F lo' n 
bill «ranlinff to Uorilli.is Morrison and oth 
crsthcriphtto niani.fa.-turc and fell gas in 
Minneapolis v,-asroa.l three timrsand p-.sscd. 

Also, .S. 1-. No. 16J, relating to lJistri"t 
Courts, was pa.s8Cd. "mui 

llor.>tK IIILI^ PA!«SSU. 

.li^rJ'r!",'!''''."'"^'""'-'''''''* •" reimburse sol- 
diers l..r the Ions o| monev Ukin by rebels 

Lcatitigto Jud«,. of Probate, clerks 'of 
I)i-lricttonr;s, and Hltorncys. 

Fur the relief of c lunly auditors. 
TIIK 8TATK OK TIIK CUUNTltV. 

Mr. liHISTOL. from the .Senate Cmmitlee 
on K.,leral R.dali.ms, olfered the foll"wiuK 
resolutions: .."".ut, 

lioMlted by th. Home of R.presaUathe,, 
the Sni ,te concurnm,. That we devoutly rc- 
cognue the Providence of AliniKhiv tiod in 
the triumph of the Federal Oovcrnoi, nt ov -r 
the great slaveholders rebellion that in ih.i 
struKKlefor national lilo the heroi,' achi vi 
mcnts of our army and navy challenge our 
hi«hi-sta.lmiration, and will ever bo Hold in 
grateful remcmbraine. 

R,,olvca, That the suppression of armed 
retiellion ag.iinst the National G.ivernrnent 
has demonstrated tho inherent »trcngt™Sf 
the Republic, tho patriotism, the love of lib 
erty, tho virtue and endurance of our noon I« 

Re^oUcd. That while tr.iitors n ^^s ^av- 
b«y^n vauquishcd, the spirit of "ctlinfon of 
hatred to tbe Republic, sti i exist* an i.Vii 
Meks the opportunity 'of sU^ig^'aowli the 
fla,? which is tbe emblem of the glorious 
gnaciples ot the Declaration of ow igdepS" 



FOll SALE fHElP FOR r« VII. 

iT«i?=J"" '^," * '"«« two "lory KKAIIE 
HGLSL, nearly new. and the lot on whici. l» 

which there Ig a line Barn, which coit ah,.n. 
One Thoa-andDoIUre, good DweiniRf^d It^l 
oat^uildinfti. situated la Chi^aRo countv 
eighteen mil-.i Irom Taylors' Falls, for iw 
Ihoasand Dollars. ' ""^ **^ 

5TRINGEK, ALLEN & CO.. St. Toul' 
For a mnrn parlicul;r description of above 
properly, ad irons ""u»r^ 

""''"•»"' Taylor's Fall.. 

^SHR ^^- ^^ MONTREVILLE, 
Office on Third Street 

NEXK1\ srOFICF,, .ST. PAUL. ' 
Krr,,,, a .pi .rl..r of a renlnrC.. e»p..rienc.. Dr 
r>f -M. proninPK e.x3.1l..ncp of workmanMiin «,,h 
at rea.on-.bl- charge., and refers b™p"rmi^.u.'^ 

Mr Oak"... (. r Korup % Oake«) .St. Paul 
• ..1. aii-l M.-. B.|o'.., Intprnational llol'.l 

nVKiirtc::-' „"i' !::,p ^:r:c^'•^ •-"« n«"-»' «->". 

R. v Dr. MnM^^rwrJ. 

THE iviusiarToiii^ 

a litt'C colV'Clion ol 

Temperance Music, 

lor I'ubli.- iiud S.KiHl Mictios*, 

•\ M . I 1 1 K 

lo whk-'i iK ni ii.b.llhe OliV.s «>K |-ui.- com) 

TI- MCI.AK.S, With .i.rn,. „ci, m",Vc ' 

NEW MU81C\ 

THK LITIII.; OtMOKo 'X-,; t- If ..,i . 
W<:t-.,Lltb. "■•i.llrookway, 

■'A» lIKLL-i riilKA — M A 1.1 1 

F.IMAIN IN Till; sUNLt'i'V-li?"? 
Kol.j.hn. IdilKforfiano -..ru. 4. ,-,, ' "' 

jol.n^!:.:!^'l"^^'''-^-'''^^'^^i^'^-W..t.Kob 
^^.i..Ll>EN I.K...A.MWAI.TZ W. .1. Rob-ohn, 

.MujI-) n'lrt.'d anil nii.;<.,| ^.i.!, ...- „, 
>t,l..ji..| ,,ric.- ar. .„ "| . k„„w, '' "':.•*;«'' 
luri,..d wh.n mor..fa.illu. urlcu , ,« ll,l„ 
art Id.- cannot b > i.ro.un.l •" "^"'« »«f I . or the 



GREAT BARGAINS 

Clianpje of Business. 



on aocount of a change in builn.si on the Ut 
cf Jlay, I olTermy ttock o; goods at l«ss than 
V -t to impirl them h.-r.', viz; 

= B'li Crushed, Powd r'd k Gnn. tucar. 
•?« i' S-K'n^E-ttraC. Coffee So, 

3t» do Portland aoxnard do 

*0 Boxes Havana (low grade^ do 

1»» Bagi uio and 12 Pockets Java roff.e 

5- Half Chi-ste and Box. b Guuand Imp'lTei, 
1? do (jo Toung Hyson do 

i» do do Japu do 

'JinV, '^?.. Ool^g and Souchong do", 
-»• Bblf and K.'g8 Uoldf n S> rur 
* d J MolastfcR. 20 bblH Rice. 

«A 11'';, 1 . .•'''=''''^<* Herring, 150 Bxs Herring. 
SO Ilab li';Nand ii> Kits Mackerel 
*SO* Lbit Codfiahand Hake. 

li Cadrtito Tobacco, v«ri us qaalltlo.4 
40 liciif *inB (Jut Cbewia/ robac-o 
••• Bbis imoking loba'Xo. -.a-Hue t;.-Bdrs 
»• Boxej Lay. r «n1 Bunch Raisin-.. 
■m Casks Curranti.. vo btils Mats. 

•* Bxs Oswego pur.>acd ML or Gloe^otarch 

iw do do Corn Starcb. 

.»« Ca?es Canned Fruits and Tomal a 

li do Cove ' ysters 

Also, Pepper, Pimento, Tom»lo K.>tsup Peo- 
lers-auc. Mustard. Corrle Powder, Yeast Pow- 
i"- V.';'^*™ ^^'^'^' ^^°'" '. ^""iy «n<l iK-seogers, 
Fig ftiae, Blueing, Cocoa, fspiocs, Sal Soda 
Saleratus, Tea Caddies, Wrapping Paper, ac. 

GEO.L FAltW^KLL. 

0» Third street. 



If saved, ii will secure yon a PcJIey for t2 ooo 
In tbe NEW YORK ACClDtNlAL i^ 
SUUAXCE CVMI-ANT. 

1-. tl.B. KLOHauUf, Afc-I, 
at Morgan & McCloatls. Third st. 

HOUSESANDLOTS 

anS^^g^^^r^p-air-i^^Bolf J^^^i^^ 

FRAME HOUSE, two stories on Walnut 
street near Fort street, with every convenilnS 
^°F^MV°no?t^ V'^ denrable'^^^Mdeni^.'"*' 
nil, ■ 'JOCSh,, two etoriee, on St. Anthonv 

Ih'.ttagi.- HAKi'^-°"' 'ir^e Jot. '"th ba°S^'ac'. 

COTTAGLHOLhKon Eighth street near Rt 
Paul-.* Episcopal Church, a fnu« Dla'celAr . 
small family. Lot M.xUH.. * ^"^^^ ^'^^ " 

FRAME llOCSE near Canada street T.nt 
lOOx 100, with barn-a very desi™b!,. p w" 
of the clJy!"'^ """*' ""* ^°t^ '■> '"iow parts 
^HOTELat Duxdas, Rice county, on Central 

HOfELat Manomin,on Pacific Road 

FARM n^ar Shakopee, with brick dwelling 
and fine outbuildings. aweiung 

FA RMS in all part < of tbe Sttie 

LANDS-100 acres f..nocd and cidtlvatcd six 
miles from Fort Sneliing, >..ii»««.a six 

tni*°R.™V' ^"^"ta, Rioe, nenaepii,, Washine. 
ton, Ramsey, and other conuties-iver sonSi 
acres for sale very low. »u,«W 

BuMinese and Residence LoU in St Pial s» 
Anthoay, Jllnneapoli,, Superior and^"otheV 

JTO ItEJlNT. ^ 

That desirable ReMdence, with Ave or six acres 
of land, situated on the lefl of ih« s.in™.! 
road, boyoad th- resldJSc., of Hen v H^" eVo 
coramanling a fine view, ic. We w iU rent th^'.; 
«ne property for a term' of ,ear. tc a g^^ Z. 

toren" "" " '^""^ ■""•" "•«'«'• «■» the city 
feblflltttr MOBGASftM.CLOCD. 



ISCTyWHKWILLDO. 



II saved, it Will 6. curt )on a poUey of 
•2 0i.«j in tbe NEW YOBK ACCIDENTAL lif- 
tCKANCK rojfPANT. 

T. JH. D. BJLa«niD«r, Ar't, 

at Morgan & McCloud's, Third-St. 

HUMAN HAIR. 



■=r»-'5^^rj 




ill Deseriiitloiis of Prinliag 

AT AS LOW PHICES 

As aay honae la the We»t aad In ftrle war- 
ranted to fire iatisficuon. 

Bi;SUiE8S viSITDfO k. FAWCY COLORtU 
CARDS, la every variety. 

In Black or Colored Inks. 

HAJVE>. BILLS, 

Of every slxe. 
Of all Untls. 

BILL-H LAOS, 

Oa any quaUty of Paper— prices accconUaglv. 
CHECKS, 
DBAFTS, 

INVOICES. 

BILLS LADING, 

UBiAY TICKETS. 
aid in fact all dMcripiioni of Mercant 1.; PriatlEg 



I 



k 



Bridge Square, St. Paul, 

WI« MAKER, 

.KltOM NKW YORK.; 
A LA HUB A8SORTHB!rr«»r 

FiiieUair (JO(M!s,Long Braids^ 

CURLS. BANDS, FRONT PIECES, 
Wi!,'8, Half Wigs Side Braids. 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 
At Pricpa wkick I»«>0- C«M»e(tU«B. 

All goodH warranted to be made In the most 
careful and u.-teful manner, 
attention''* ***" °' t^Pf^a* wlU receive prompt 

Private rooms for Ladles'Halr Dr«ssln«.81ia». 
pooingani Dyeing. *' 

The only Brown Dye applied aad for tale. 
Hair c'"" ■^'' *"'^"tion to Ladies' and Children's 

BRIDGE SQUARK. ST. PAUL 
. ^ap«-ly-l»tl 



BOOK PRINTING. 



Onr BOOK KGOM is weU stocked with a Coc 
artortfflCBt of Kew Type pnrchasfd last y^»r . 
We have carefnl and experieooed proof-readcrit 
aad oar faciUUrs for executing all kitds of 



Beok ftfamplilft Printing 



Are ooBplete ia erery respect. 



County Officers 

will find ni thoroughly prepare4 to do ail Uods t f 

FBINTINa AND BINDING 

At at low prices u can be procored anywhere, 
while we warr»nt satisfaction as to qnalitj it 
work, ftc. 



March Is', 1»W. 



mohI-d.;mtwit 



FAIRCHILD & CO. 

^VUOTIOrVEEUS 

('o.\imissionmkr(:hants 

1*ok«»i-m' St.>n» Block, 

TMrd-st., St. Paul, Minn. 

Mak" «al<.« of Furnltnrr. Xtock, Merchandise 
and H<'dl Lstatc In Ka-i »<y or any of tbe sdiaoent 
counties. v-~»"«» 

Til. y al'o recnlve go.Mls on ommlsslon an 
ecll at private eale. 

Th.-v have a large Ball in Mr. ^..coud story for 
the sale of I.'nrnitare. Th-y are pr^r^red 1 1 boy 
hurnllure or oth^r goodn in lar»!e or small qu»n 
ties, or advauce liberally 0:1 c iMHlnomenti.. 

lb..y keep always on baii.l a g.i.jd stock of 
Stapl.x l)ry Good.H. of Clothing, of Boots and 
Hh.,.3, ol Uat«and^ap^ and Notions, which 
they H.il at wholesale or retaU. at much less than 
regular prices. " 

._ ^ , PAtMCUILD * VO. 

nov.-tO-eod tf-lstn 



INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 

HKfcP «iri>l>a.lEl» ox AIIOWT 
notice, tour Coot" «-:.ntcMl. Ai.plv at 
ri ,v. a A. WALSH.S. ' 

fi-b.?h.i»» Third St , 81. Paul. 



WHAT 



ISCTUWEfKWIlLDO. 



Union rilock. i-'aint Paul. 
MU5IC FUBHSHEBS, 

Dealers in Cabinet Organs, Pianos, 

and all kiudd of 

SfuHfoal MorehanrtlBo, 

mchl-d.tw&w 



If .^avrd, tt will eeeore xou a p..|lcy for 
tJ,".!". In lb.. NKW YOKK ACCIOK.N fAL IN- 
bCBANCK tCMPANY. 

r. n. B. Bi^Dntitee. A^t, 

_ al Miirtf 01 \ M.-riiin.l'K. I'tiir.I.st.. 



We have now on hand a Urge stock of 

IMiliridge X.\ and XXX Chimneys, 

Also 

COMMON CHIMNEyS, 

Lamps of all Varieties and Prices, 
LAMPAND CANDLE WICK, 

Wurrantod cjual to tlM boat to nse. 

Th.- above goods will bo sold to the trade at 
very low rates. 

POLLOCK, DOMAIJ>302! AOGDJUr, 
Dnioa Block, xiilrd st.. bt. Paul, 
J|uil-d*wly-l(tT 



FioREME mm umm 

Q*rir»rTHBREI>ORTOrTUC 

COMMirTKK OF A WARES, 

FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INUTITUTE, 

NeivVork. October, I^OO. 

To the rior«>ac« Sewi.^ Machine Co, 

for Ihe Beat Famll.T Sewlar Mm- 

cklar— Ul^heit Praalwos, 



ItKASON?. 
1st. Its fimnlidty and creat range ol work 

s..V'i:;^rg":''iur. ?„r%rt£,K^e 

operator to ran the work foihn ,i.»,. ' ""* 
jTfarmV""^^"'"""-""-'^'-^ 

in*i!),ie^!Tir.Sir :!'„?a^/"'"""'"' -"-- 

ty'ol',h?:o™k''d'i'ie°^'"--^"'«"J">OQuaU. 

Oth. The self adjusUug Tension. 
oefvedrd?;r°'sale b; """'"" "»«=^'-<-J«t. re- 

General Agent, 260 Third atroot, 

ST. PAUL, MINK . 

Sewing sUk'fo'r";;.!''" '"«"»"''• 'f'""-' ^ 
febat.lmlsni 

PR. WUtOI^Tr « • ivT 

Ingfri<oir8 Ulork, 3d strrrt, |>an| 

PRICB^-Teplh on Vnloanlt. , tii ,.. , ,, 
hwit now KUH nr... >a.iie t o >t.oo . M;,,;'' 

Wo have now on liandalargestoct cl 

ANKBNY. HOHINNON tVl.t Ml NT 
v., .,„T,. "•"""""^nrers of Umber. 

MiaacaitollH, mi«v 



WHAT 



15 CTS. A WEEK WILL DO 



If saved. It will secure you a policy for 
t2,5COinthc NEW YORK ACCIDENTAL IK- 
60RANCE COMPANY. 

T. R. B. Ba^DRADOE, Art, 

at Morgan (k ItcCloud's, Third tU 



TO THE TRADE. 

Just Received ! 

100 Doz Axes, 
50 Doz Wood Saws, 
50 Doz Ames' ShovelB, 
20 Doz Meat Catten, 
20 Doz Grain Scoops, 
20 Doz Stave Baskets, 

lOO R. B. Wheelbarrows, 
\5 doz Little Giant Clothes Wringer* 

BIQELOW, MVKDOCK ft CO. 

Noretober t, UtM. 

MOhU-lv-l«t« 



LAW PRINTING. 

BRLEFS, 

BONDS, 

and I«AW filiABKS. 

Prlated aod] furalthed to otCet at the short- 
eat aotlci>. 



THJB JPLA.C?*: 



1\> BUV 



COMINGS, WOOD & CO., 

(Successors to WATs.-n, Ot.-«hMi.Kh k C..„,i 

l.l.>'llF.\CTl'RllitS KM DlilifiS 1.^ 
BKKiD, tlKKS, CHACKlCliS, 



BOOTS &8HOES 



IS AT 



AND 



coiv irifloxioNic^tY. 



We aie propari'd to liirnish every do crlnttoa 
of tho Kbove nrtlolcn In any desired .luanUtv 
Kvcry dc-cription of Bakery done to oniei Wo 
warrant all goods a No. 1 article. Ordflrs from 
the country 8ollolte4 aad proinnUy iHi,«i ., oZ 
lowest cash price. "^ ' ■- -•■ mw 

^h^jld tot BuTxaa, LaaD, and Ecoa. 

Northwestern Steam Biiker?, 

Corner Robert street aad L«vm . 
]anl4-l7 



PKATr&HUGHSON'S, 
No. 221 Ko^'crs' Block, Third-st., 

decr-tylstH 



la addltloB to oar Book aad Job OSce, w« 
have in connection with tlie same an eztensiv* 
•■d eamrlvtely eqnfrped 

BOOK BINDEB7, 

Aud have in onr employ a laU oorpt of the 
t>Mt workmen la the Stale. We are amply fur. 
nithed with material for mtnuftctoriait 

BL^XK BOOKS, 

Of every d. ^cripUoa for 



RAILROAD COMPAMES, 

IXSCRASCE COMPAXUIS, 

COUXTY TREASURERS, 

covxrr auditors, 

UASUFACTURERS. 

MERCBAXTS. 

MILLERS, 

BAXKERS. 



*-> 



OLD MACIAZI.\E$ RE-BOIKD. 



ia aajr ttyie or foira to salt. 



WHAT 



iSCTlAWEEKMflLlDO. 



If saved. It will s<>oare yon a policy f t 
•2„Vio ia the HKW TORS ACCiDEITTAL UT- 
StJKANCK COKPANY". 

T. R. m. BK.DRU»«B, Aft, 

■ I Morgan A Metnoud's, Third-tt. 

MA«ABtBBS,BIIRr»rAr__ 
Bound ta aav ttrle detired at tta 
B<wlw7>a4pply ai.the Oooattoa ~ 



RULING OF ALL KINDS 

Doae to order. 

Orders laettt by ^lail 

rroatptly allrnded to. 



W« thalLuie oar be.t •adcarort lu g*ve aalit- 
UaOam t« all whotaror n« with tbeir orderr. 

PJUUM VHISTIXO CO. 



DEFECTIVE PAGE 



jtk 



f-^t 




-OMM 



H»-ia 



THE SAINT PAUJL l^KK.^.^ THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1866. 



8hr J^aini i'aul frrjis. 



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•Ix m.iui!t«. »t."<'. ilu''" •'< "" O'J'i-'-, on* v,-ar. 

ft.. !•.. ilul.» Ot tWUt.V tiTl«!^. OUL- \..!ir. $.14 IV. 



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j r»fU fuv. u, 

Virst i^J.;-' j.lvrti-" ;ui'nt*, »fooi».andtu!il 
■e5!i uo^K'v?. :iu<ti4vt'rtt 't'mt>ut«l'oUowlaK lmuii>- 
itatvl> *fl<'r local msttiron ctiei'ottith \'tgc.oa'f 
halt' aJJ'r* ■•■ ■■' 

X. S«"CO'. ■'•■i -1 . clali'Uof auJ double 

Ooluan»dvi.:U-!t"..-ut-»..iuJiJvt'rli-'^ment» with 

tit. ona-ttilid»ddltioc^'.. 

I. AJv«>r:i«<'ai''ntsc!ianm"abU II V'h>ajar«rat«J 

»• In No. 1. .!".l ft* ) T &UI2U1U aJdttiuBkl t'uT 

tuns'"- ■ ■ ist.;!' cents |»Ti<viuar(? 

4. Looii ■ V .■ • — . . .'• thc»bovo prices, and 

no notlof tu->ort«'J lor 1< r? than #1. 

4. AJv(Tti.-"inturs in Uiily and Weekly, two 
third* »dditiouaI 10 til.' I'iii) i»te. 

». Ad<<<rtt.' -lu 11. • iti \V'.k.lT >lcao, fl.oo 
per Sijiiar* lor r;-: u-.r; n. aud SC tvnti' p.T 
fijuaro for 'ub-'Oni- u! in-ortion*. for any period 



within thr<'« mouth- . 
Ie«s than Piilv t 

7. Lt-!^1 *ii.; ■ 
c.?nts p*r »quro i >r t'l 
ceat«l!«r (tjuiro tor ■' 

ji. Attorn<>y» ord- 
arcrogardr^d sj a 
•am.^. UT'- 
etiaxii>j 1 1 



»v«r t)tt»e months, one 

i-ut adv'-rtl<onient».T6 
iir»t iuifcrtiou, and^TS 
.-'> :\\ Iiiiunal iu«ertion. 

^xl ajvertj*«-mi'nt» 
lor t?if ooit of th.> 
. -I'.olal a/iret>in»nl to 
r I irty. 



r()MOLO(.I( Al, 



■!.>» iiur »"rnn Tht« ai*- KtUfd b» 
Ihv «iin I't-^ih ri-f«- t'olliire taUa 



[COMJI '. 



\. IIOUK RTSOS "} 



lorf-e.« 
The » : 
aet-r irui" 
ters now 

aliki' ii; ■ 

lO' • ■ 

ing ^Jial'i 



»•■ 



! t.ii 



:9 ct 



ures in our juo- 
" .'ilrii in the let- 
ot pablication are 
.aluable. atlorJing 
I the frait tree grow- 
v'.ir soil antl climate. 
In the MuiJle States, as well a? in the 
Xorlhwejr. the ti: .-i-s ;'.:.[ cultivation of 
- 's knowledge and eipo- 
:l' failure.' in every cli- 
;ioui lack of iutormation, 
icm sun-b!ight or 
, laalirj of soil, or at- 
Ii! :\ III.W '.ounrry like 
< ;!::ist be acquired. 
1. -..uicrable varieties o* 
A ' Lav_> to discover ths 
t :: >oil and climate, 
.ii[.arativfly, only a 
.1 -'i sort o( fruit adapt- 
li.ir locality. Some va- 
- ! • -I ■ d best in one 
' . j: 1 i''li> rs ill another. 
l."*t\.r. appear to riour- 
S^atf. when the 
;ce lite are ob- 



fruit tT'- • 
riencc. 
mate. I 
from *.i' 
"Iro.*?. 

mv:pb.r 

our*, a ; * 

Ut t 
standar . 
kindf d : . 
and tb 
ivall '.■ 
ed to an) i 
notif*. 
part ol 
AfkW %-.•.■•■• 
ish in ' \ 

CCll'lltl! . - 

seryed. 

Mr F 
of oar 
Bounces 

WOrtble^. 

harJy and l..: 
the Early 1 i . 
inuly well m 
Sta'e. Thi- 
erally. of i'. 

Jlr. i: 
trees— : 
icjiirci 



wl.i 



I U.i!>i-b.^w eouuiy, one 

1 il truir, grow.rs, pro- 

evtr. 1 1 I! 3 of Hpple trees 

. '.ve lounil to be 

.i-'jon^ which is 

It haj done exceed- 

oilier parts of the 

,'-!?o. but not so gen- 

i-1 if.d Greenirg. ] 

aldo that hia young ' 

;ppusc — weie badly 

last, by the froat, 



luaay 

I tr':- 



which eplit tue baik and discolored the 
sapufiuir.y of thtm — the first time he 
has seen ■jl[\'1-: tr-ti damaged in a simi- 
lar way. 1. ■< are produced from 
the sam'. ..-; u) the Middle States. 
Young tre^ !tre more tender than old 
becaui'j iL ■ aru more Bucculcnt, and 
have i:oi a hard, clo;e. internal structure, 
and a rough bark to protect them from 
the effects of aUeinaling temperature. 
To aasume tLao joung ecedlings, because 
grown m our ;oil. are nect£«arily bardv 
here, is erroneous. As a general rule, 
oaryoungs ■■:■.: willreijuire greater 
cire than ih ,. i. i .lujcry trees, of the 
hardy viri.-..^, i.ron^lit from more 
southcra Uiitudes. 

And now, what is the efl.^et <l frost on 
our fruit tree ? Tim is our Minnesota 
stumbling block in ih.- enterprise of frull 
culture. Mr. l',^!l. e-f Dakota county, 
expresjej He get' ral opinion, that it is 
froit whi h kill^) our fruit trees, and de- 
ters so many from any attempt to raise 
tree-fruit, e.xc-'pt the Siberian crab. If 
it is the col I or fro;t thst kills our fruit 
trees, W.J iiiiy RS wt 11 abandon their cul- 
tivation in th 
hope to rai.^t: 
maturity, wrL'.- 
more times, to t' 
to a sutlli.ient d. 
fj'iicksilver. 

-Now, w. inaii.Um. and believe the aa- 
Bertion to b" ea|)abl«! of demonstration, 
that it is not the fro't^, Ijiit the rays of 
the sun, that do ih- mischief. This gen- 
erally ;eur.- wK.ii ih.j sap of the tree has 



«-■!■ 
an 



ri air. for we cannot 
ip['le tree to bearing 
' .\posirig if, one or 
I: grees below zero — 
' <; of cold to fretie 



•I 



been frozHn, 

late in ear'r. 

The tree is huik uj. 

forms ar;d w ■> ' = 

which ar.: 

continuoiij . ' 

Part of th- 



ha.s begun to circu- 
W'l- e.xpliin it thus : 
of cells of various 
lilfeniit Rjftinw of 
oiiipacfed, formin;; 
pith, wood and bark, 
nt.iin j'liees, or t.ii|> 
of differcn' k'tids ; pa"-! contain air, whieh 
produces < h- mi'-a! • (!►'<■'.•< upon the f .ip of 
the tree, anali^-'" •"' air in lie lungs 
upon til. 1.1 . 1 ..I animals. The tree, 
like the anim.ii, h.i3 I's organs for inhal- 
ing and cxhalinj; air, which are netcsfarv 
to Its life. I h' vj oilcans are called cell.i 
or ducts. .\ « which burttu them 

will produ. ., I :; ; !, age, for the sap will 
then rnniir.ih .. ., blood into the lungs. 
There is then 'ii. 'jrj;ani/,alion, which, if 
ex'ensive, kills the tr»e. If we examine 
the bark of one of our trees, thus injureil 
we wdl tind that this disorganization per- 
vad*-!) that pari of the stem or iriitik, on 
the Bidi: ;i!i'I •[lor ino^t exposed to tL*- 
mid-lay ir iw. (/.lock Bun of Spring 
Ihepro':.>. 1^1 In , /.iiij, eonverls water 
into iTv-t.,!. .,,. ,, ,1 
powt-rlully t\|jiiisiv 
we have ^e• n tb 
from tbia • an •■. 



the trees iu our forests would be inevita- 
ble. They would bu split to piecea with 
texribte explosions. When the stem ot 
the tree in which the lull carrout of circu- 
lating fap hjs been frozen, is fully ex- 
posed to the dinet rays of the .sun. the 
air eells on the side exposed to the sun, 
are rapidly expanded before the fro/en 
sap bei;in3 to melt. This e.\pansioii 
bursts the air cells in the p.irt of the stem 
thus exposed an etl'et which cuuld not 
take place, it the trc.<:eu sap were melted 
and thiToby condensed, us rapidly as 
the lieateil air in tb.j air cclU expanded. 
Ky thawing gradually, which must be 
without exposure to the direct r»).s of the 
sue, the heatii'g and co* sequent expan- 
sion of the air, and thi .nelling and ac 
compainiiig contraction of the previously 
ro/en fap, maintain the necessary de- 
gree of equilibrium. The tree then 
pisses through the p.'ocess of Ireezing 
and thawing without the slightest injury. 
We therefoie deduce the proposition, that 
our trees are not killed by frost, but by 
heat Iroui the miu. And this is tbe case 
in all the Middle States, as well as Min- 
nesota. 

It may be asked why our native forest 
trees are not kil!ed in line manner when 
thawed by the .-un. We know that they 
arc not. They must, theteloro, have an 
organization which seeiiies an equilibrium 
ol (orces in the expansion of the air and 
the condensation of tbe sap iu their celts, 
independent of the external inlUiences 
which alVcct our imjiorlcd exotic trees. 
There are a few varieties of fruit trees, 
natives of the extreme north, no more 
liable to injury from the sun, than our 
forest trees, but oi the fact that our best 
varietus o( f-nit trees arc killeil by the 
sun. as explained, there cannot 1>0 a rea- 
sonable doubt. 

Fortunately there arc easily applied 
preventives ol this common cause of tree 
death. 

This partial aiiidysis explains condi- 
tions known to many, as necessary tosue- 
cetsful fruit culture, among whieh condi- 
tions are the following: Northern slopes 
for orchards, or in other aspects low 
heading of trees, or wrapping their 
tninks ; or with our friend Bell of Dakota 
county, planting them among brnsh— all 
of which are in fact only devices to avoid 
sudden thawing, A cloudy, mild day af- 
ter a frosty night, is well known to cause 
a gradual thaw, and to avert the de- 
structive cll'ects of a sudden thaw. The 
bloom of trees e.xposcd to the morning 
sun is often blasted, after a frosty night, 
while these net so exposed escape unin- 
jured. Some orcbardists plant their trees 
so as to make them lean with the top 
toward the mid-day sun of Spiing, thus 
avoiding the direct glare of the sun on the 
trunk. The branches then, as in low 
heading, shade the truck of the tree. To 
save our tree* alter they have been frozen 
we have only to use means like those we 
employ to save onr noses and fingers, to 
thaw them gradually. To be able to do 
this with the least trouble, we must plant 
our trees in situations, and with such pro- 
tections that their stems or trunks will, 
when frozen, thaw gradually. A wrap- 
ping of newspapers suinciently answers 
the purpose. Our correspondent, Mr. 
Beny, and some others, had trees 
last Sprirg iu bloom, but the 
blossoms were blighted afterfrosts. Their 
trees are at the foot ol bluffs, or in hol- 
lows. Such situations are unfavorable. 
The cold, frosty, night air always sinks 
into hollows, while the warmer air re- 
mains on tbe adjacent elevations, which 
are therefore the best for fruit trees, es- 
pecially the slopes not c.-wpoaed to the 
early morning sun. Trees planted in the 
low grounds, exposed to the morning.' -.in, 
are accordiiig to the principles already 
explained, in the most unfavorable situa- 
tion that could be selected. 

Fruit trees adapted to our climate fin- 
ish their growth and harden their wood, 
their ilow of sap approaches the mini- 
mum, before autumnal frosts. This we 
regard as an unerring test of adaptation. 
Varieties which do not so ripen, but con- 
tinue to grow until the season of alterna- 
ting freezing and thawing, arc sure to be 
killed in whole or ii pari. The imma- 
ture ends of tic branches will always be 
killed. These arc what are ejlled the 
tenrJer varieties. They arc fall killed by 
successive thawings and frcfzings. Such 
trees do not suit our climate, unless by 
piaeling off the ends of the branches 
wc < an stop their growth e.irly in au- 
tumn, and compel their wood to hard'n. 
We have no thaws in winter to kill trees, 
(iur tree killing from this cause — thaw- 
ing after frerz ng -is confined to tail and 
spring. 

Mr. Bell, of Dakota, has a peach or 
chard three years old, and " intends" to 
supply the St. Paul market with its deli- 
cious fruit. We wish him success. We 
see no reason to doubt the succees of the 
pea- h culture in our State, if cultivators 
will only lake the pains to protect their 
trees. We regard Mr. Bell's method as 
excellent 11. F. Maslerson, Esq., one 
of the earliest of our pioneer Iruit grow- 
ers, has settled the peach question. Ho 
has raised on the blufTs of Summit Ave- 
nue as fine peaihcs'as can be grown in 
-New .Jersey. The trees were trained 
near the grojnd, and covered during the 
winter months with straw; no more trou- 
ble than coveiing strawberry plants. For 
the past two winters he has been engaged 
away from home most, of the time, as at- 
torney of one of our railroad compaiiics, 
whieh caused bis trees to be neglected 
and |flt iincovcd. They were conse- 
quently gn-atly iijiired. In all the Mid 
die States tlie peach crop is very uncer- 
tain, but protection here or there would 
probably make h lertain and annua!. 
One moderate crop here would much 
more than pay all outLiy for an orchard, 
includifig protcciou a-id every other ex- 
pense. 



1 Zlll} 

'i'<ii'g its bulk with a 
for(!i:. In cur city, 
iron gas pipes burst 
I^Nt air is < ontlenstd by 
frost. As lie: <-lis of thi 
tainirig sap enlar 
freezing, those 



tree con- 
'(;•' 'n the process of 
ecn'aining air con- 
tract in an inver «; ratio, so that the bulk 
of tbe structure remains about tfje same. 
The freezing is gradual and tbirefore does 
not burat the sap cell.><, which have tbe ne- 
cessary degree of t lasticity to admit of 
gradual txpan.M'oii. If the air and rap ex- 
panded alike in freezing, tho death of all 



WAIIA^HAW COUNT V. 

Ei.i.i.v.Waba'ihaw Co., Fetj. 12, Ihoo. 
Mr. U. A. Uob'Ttson, St. I'aul : 

IiR.\K Sir: Your communication is re- 
Cf-ived. I will proceed to answer the 
ques'ioiis in the circular, in regard to ap- 
pl*-*, and apple trf-es. 

1 and L'. The oldest tr^es I have, were 
grown Jroiii seed plantfd here in the 
sprmtj <d 1H.^,(;, were grafted in the spring 
o IM.,H, planted m on hard iu the spring 

:; The nearest to perfection of any 
tre.! I hiv.i tested is one, the name o( 
which I cannot, ascertain. I received tbe 
scions from Vermont under the name ol 
Hpirt Hwect, but upon fruiting it proves 
to be a sour apple. This, as far ai tbe 
tree is concerned, I put first and fore- 
most of over fifty varieties tried. I will 
send by mail a specimen of the fruit ; it 
has been in eating the three pas'; months. 
The green apple is of this variety. We 
call it the Good Enough ; if the true name 
can be told, would be pleased to know it. 
The. (iood Enough is a fine growing tree, 
with o^,en and round head, has fruited 
three year* in suceession. The fruit is 
excellent for cooking, is good as soon as 



grown, and none have rotted up to the 
present ionu 

With mv present knowledge, 1 wonld 
place the Elgin, tho Itfalinda, and the 
lewetl's Uedas the next in point ol hardi- 
ness, thou.'h 1 have but a single tree of 
each variety that is in bearing. The El- 
gin is a Minnesota seedling, is a vigorous 
grower, open beaded, nntl eom«s nearer 
to some ol tho varieties of Crab trees, in 
Hppearaiiee, than any other of my trees. 
U IS a tall variety, yellow-abaded, me- 
dium si/.e, Hub-aeid. 

The Malinda is a N'ermout seedling, 
very hardy. Fruit not first quality, 
iicod and eonstaut bearer. The > elluw 
ppecimen sent is ol this varioty. 

Jewett's Ked is an Eastern variety, red, 
tirst rate. Vou probably know it. 

Ked Astnieban, ( >.icaluona. William's 
Favorile. Byhaiii Sweet, I'aund Sweet, 
Sapsanar Shropskui. These would follow 
as th- next hardiest, and they have all 
fruited with nut. except the Oscaloosa.' 

Ith. The soil varies in different parts 
of the orchard. It includes black prai- 
rie surface, two feet deep, and opening, 
or light colored surlai-e. The subsoil is 
light colored, very line sand and clay. 
The roots of trees readily penetrate the 
subsoil. 

• lib. My first trees were planted on 
the previous year's breaking ; have plant- 
ed since on older ground ; do not consid- 
er previous cultivation as essential, if 
rotted well when broke. It has been 
cultivated iu corn, leaving th • stalks to 
st.iiul through the winter, but not plant- 
ing within four to eight feel of the trees. 
Due jear in nitabagas. Think eorn is 
best. Have inanurcd once with barnyard 
manure 

• ith. The surface is uneven; has a 
southern aspe> t, though portions slope in 
cv TV direction. 1 consider the lowest 
hollows, with black soil, tbe poorest, the 
highest portions, being unprotected, the 
ne\t poorest, and the slopes the best. 
Sheltered on the north by higher ground, 
anil some i)arl3 are sheltered on the east 
and south by higher ground and grubbs, 
or small trees. On the west there is a 
hedge of willows and cottonwoods, now 
!■> or '-'O feet high. 

7tb. Have banked up the trees in tho 
fall to the height of one foot, more or 
less, for tbe purpose of Keeping the water 
and mice from them. 

t»th. My trees arc headed low, some ol 
them very low. 

'Jth. In addition to those noted. I have 
fruited several kinds, a part of them seed- 
lings — 15 to 16 in all. 

10th. A part of the trees were 
mulched the first season after planted, 
not since. 

Varieties that have failed or done bnt 
poorly— Baldwin, 11. I. Greening, Rox- 
bar}- Uussett. Golden Sweet, Hubardston 
Nonesuch, Spitzenberg, Early Harvest, 
Porter, Gillillower. 

The above I consider worthless here. 
I have several varieties of apples not in 
general cultivation ; some of them prom- 
ise well ; some have fruited here. 

My young trees were badly damaged 
last October by the frost. \\q had warm 
TTCither until' late in the fall, and the 
ccdd weather m the latter pirt of Octo- 
ber found them still green, and some 
were apparently growing. The frost 
split tbe bark of some, and discolored 
the sap or soft wood of others. It is the 
first lime that I have seen the apple 
damaged in a similar way. 

My location is prairie principally, 
though the portion occupied by my orch- 
ard is bur oak opening with hazelbrush 
There .ire no large trees on either side. 
As far as my observation goes, high or 
elevated timber land, with the timber left 
on all sides sullicient to break the winds, 
would be thti best location for fruit trees, 
alwavs regarding the slopes as prtfera- 
blc. ■ 

My tre-'s hav.^ all been raised from 
seed sown here, and grafted by myself. 

The earUest fruit from the seed was 
produced on tri-es four years from the 
seed, lhi?y having been root grafted when 
one year old. 

In this section of the State George 
Sylvester, of Plainview, Wabasbaw coun- 
ty, and Nathan Fisher, of Beaver, Wi- 
nona eoun'y, have raised apples. 
Yours rcsnectfuilv, 

IRVIN W. ROLLINS. 

WASHINGTON COUNTlf. 

ArroN, Feb. 20, 1865. 

CuIout'I Kobcrtjon; 

SiK — In answer to your inquiries re- 
garding apple trees, I beg to say, that on 
the C>tb Jay Of May, 1854, I set out twen- 
ty-five three year old trees. 

2. Came, I understood, from Iowa. 

3 None have escaped ir^jury. 

1. Surface soil, rich, black loam, with 
clay subsoil. 

5.- The land was under cultiva ion one 
}ear before planting. I have grown 
pumpkins among the trees. 

6. Southern aspect; sheltered on the 
northwest side by blulls. 

7. I have somciimes protected the 
trunks with cornstalks — sometimes with 
board*. 

8. They are grown tall, mostly. 
It. The Fameuse, Dominic, and Straw- 
berry varieties have fruited. 

10. I have mulched sometimes in win- 
ter. 

I have one Fameuse, which the deer gir- 
dled and killed ; it has since grown up 
from the roots, and borne fruit of good 
size ami quality for several years. Last 
spring it was covered with bloom, which 
1 suppose the frost killed, as it all fell oQ. 

Another Fameuse bore a bushel of 
fruit in 18G2 and died the year following. 
I h-td five trees labelled " York Russet," 
which died immediately; two Dominies, 
one of which bore a little fruit, both died 
out ; thr c Vandavercs whi:;h made a 
great growth, killed out but have since 
grown up from the roots ; three Baldwins 
gone root and branch ; three Sweet 
Boughs killed, but grown from the roots ; 
two Swaars gone ; two Esopus Spitzen- 
bergs, of which one is alive and has bloom 
ed, but never bore fruit. I had two 
Stramberrics, one bore a few apples, but 
killed down to the ground — it has grown 
up from tbe roots, and last year the suck- 
ers bloomed again. Should the season 
prove favorable I expect several of the 
above to bear next summer. I shall set 
out a few Duchess of Oldenburg trees in 
the Spring. Wishing you success in your 
efforts, 

1 am truly your:-, 

DAVID BEURV. 



more in fault of tbe people tbAu the cli- 
mate. They think that if they buy trees 
and sat them out, they arc not ret|uired 
to do anything more. Hut like the gar- 
den, they need attention to make them 
grow and produce crops. If they are 
so treated that they have just the breath 
of life III them in tbe fall they are 
sure to to freeze to death before the 
next season. Most people have no faith 
in riitiug orchards in Minnosota, but I 
have no doubt ol success, although the 
ijuiii'^es, pi'ars and cherries 1 planted 
have nil died. I have had peach tre-es 
growing for the last three years, and in- 
tend to have peacbis of my own raising 
for sale in the St. Paul market. My 
peach trees are planted in rows sixteen 
feet apart. I have set two rows of postii 
eight feet from the trees ; the po.sts are 
eighteen feet long, both rows of posts 
standing inwards [towards the trees.] 
Before winter I nad a board from the top 
of one post to the top of the other and 
then nail on slats, leaving space between. 
In the Spring I take off the straw from 
the top a^d south side, cover the roots 
before winter well with straw to keep the 
ground from freezing too much. This is 
the greatest secret for keeping all kinds 
of fruit trees from freezing in winter. All 
I know about raising fruit has been learn- 
ed by accident. 

I grubbed an acre and a half of brush 
land on which 1 set out my at«ple trees. 
I found that the row whii-li 1 set close to 
the brush did best of any. I then set a 
row iu the thick brush, and found they 
•tid best of all, summer or winter. I let 
the brush grow as thick as possible, but 
not to overtop the fruit trees. 1 spaded 
the ground a few feet around each tree. 
Brush land is moist and mellow. Apple 
trees do not need a very hot sun, neither 
must we let grass grow amongst them, 
nor weeds, or grain. Corn may bo 
grown a few years, but not near the trees. 



Molxtl OolofM Destroyed. 

Wlit'u iiuttirtt ur tlmt' \\ix* \>\a\\Wk\ un tho liu- 
inau iDisd such isulors »,> r'<l>i'l ufuluxt evi-ry idea 
uf oomeliuemi, ri>|iUc<i tlieiii with tliuse Ktorluui 
and exii'.ilsliii bliuk and brjwu llngeH «>very- 
wlHirt- dvtMU'vllhn 

MTABUANUtt Ol' UKArTV 

wliluli art- (iioduccd iu livx iuIuuIik, without lu- 

j iriuK lli» llbrc9 or Ktalulux th>' >*c*l|>, l>y 

CKISTADOHO'S HAIB DYIS. 

Miuulaclurid by .) . Cilia FAl^UltU, No. 11 
Aatyr Ifousi'. Now VoTk. iiold by l>ru(!Kl6ls. I 
A|i|jll<'d by ull lUir Urewer*. 

t. btVdwlut 



MLARQEMENT OF TNE " PBEU. 



The 



I..IIIKCM1 Papei- 
IVMl-lhwe»l. 



In Ike 



Notioos of the Stato Press. 



Yours truly, 



JOSKru DKi; 



DAKOTA COtJNTV. 
MAR.sn.\N-, Daltota Co., Feb. 12, 1860. 
Mr. Rouertson — Dear Sir: I re- 
ceived your letter yesterday requesting 
me to give you my experience in fruit 
growing. I am happy to do so. I em- 
igrated from the southern part of Ver- 
mont to Michigan in l.s;35. I lived there 
nineteen years and raised a good orchard. 
The spring frosts there frequently killed 
thefiuit on sonic of the trees, and not 
on others. Some varieties would stand, 
being loaded with .inow and ice, and still 
produced good crops of fruit. I did not 
then know that frost would kill the trees. 
I (!amc here in the spring of ','jj, and the 
following spring procured sprouts from 
the roots of my old orchard, and a lot of 
the same kind of trees grafted the year 
before. I set them all out on tbe open 
prairie ; let them remain two years. The 
sprouts killed down each winter. I then 
transplanted them in ground where they 
Were partially sheltered, and put them 
to the severest test to see if I could 
freeze them, but found them to be proof 
against the cold ol winter and heat of 
summer. I then bought thiity kinds, 
raised here, but not one of them was 
perfect proof against the winter. 

1 have, sixty trees in all, whieh will 
probably bear during the coming season. 
Of these kinds, one will now and then 
freeze to death, but never has a bud 
failed, in oim of th« varieties. When I 
cut any of the limbs from this variety, the 
'•11' soon heals over, becoming green and 
.smooth and healthy The trees of this 
kind head [branch .^J out about five or six 
feet from the ground, forming a hand 
some top. 'i'he fruit is of medium size, 
very fair anil handsome. For rooking, 
first quality ; ripens in September; fruits 
young, and a great bearer. 

I got this variety from the Wbit« Pi- 
geon Nursery, Michigan, but have lost 
tbe name. I will send >ou some of the 
fruit next fall, and one of the trees next, 
spring. It is of my own grafting. I 
wish yon to [dant it on the coldest spot 
you can find, but give it good care the 
first summer to ins-ire a healthy growth, 
and th<>n freeze it to death if vou can. 
In my opinion, the oauae oif failurea is to 18 



nOIXJK COUNTV. 
Mamtorvii.lb, Dodge ('o., Oct. ■-'!>, l.Sti.i. 
D. A. Uobcrtcon, K.-i]. 

In answer to some of your questions, 
1 will begin by giving a description of 
ray garden. It was grubby hazel brush 
land, black soil with clay subsoil, and 
partially protected from west and north- 
west and south winds, (rardeu plowed 
in the Spring of 1858, when I procured 
twelve apple trees, and one pear, from 
Rochester, N. Y., Nurseries, spaded the 
groud up, set them out then, barely 
kaved out once and died. In IbiiO I 
bought one dozen more, raised from 
grafts six miles north of this place, and 
set them in about the same place I set the 
first ones. The ground had been 
spaded and garden vegetables raised 
each year, and was also manured. 
When I brought my trees home 
and set them out they were all killed, or 
nearly so. They sprouted out at the bot- 
tom. The next year the man of whom I 
bought them said he had two kinds that 
bad never killed. He brought me down 
six of them. They were the Red Astra- 
chan and Talman Sweet. I pulled up the 
poorest of previous year's stock and put 
these in place of those that had died. 
These have lived, although they were not 
well cultivated ; tbe limbs were left until 
very large, and then cnt off very badly. 
I had [of the previous planting] but one 
No. 1 tree; it was a Talman Sweet. It 
has never killed any. Another, a Red 
Astrachan, has done very well, being pro- 
tected by my bouse from the northwest 
and north winds. Some of the branches 
of tbe others killed partially. Two of the 
second crop of trees that sprout;, d from 
the roofs are quite large trees. One, from 
its appearance, is a seedling. I put some 
well rotted manure about the roots every 
Fall, till last Fall, say ten inches high 
about the body. The trees are headed 
low. 

In 1864 I bought twenty trees, twelve 
from J. R. Rollin's Nursery, Elgin, Wa- 
bashaw county, raised by himself in good 
shape. In 1863 be had three bushels of 
apples off of his trees, the oldest six years 
old from graft. Th'-se trees are beaded 
very low. The trees I had of him are 
three Red Astrachans, one Byham sweet, 
one Ramsdell Red, two Sops [Wine?] 
three Oscaloosa, one Porter, and one 
n,ime lost. My trees were not mulched. 
The first three cam»* out all right ; Byham 
Sweet, top partially killed, also Ramedell 
Red and Porter. The. balance came 
through all right. The eight other trees 
were from a Wisconsin Nursery. Four 
Perry Russets came out all right ; three 
Keswick Cjdiin, ends of limbs kdled 
some ; one Early Harvest, poor true, tud 
died pretty much last fall. I have this 
year set some fifty more fruit trees of dif- 
ferent vaiweties, which we consider hardy 
here. The above trees described are all 
standard trees. My garden has been 
worked every year since 1858. C. R. 
Hoag, of this town, has experimented 
with trees more than any man in town, 
and has now quite a little nursery, and 
has raised a few apples. 

Yours truly. 

SAMUEL WILLSON. 
» » ♦ I » 

Fashionable FuiicralH. 

"Burleigh," the Washington corres- 
pondent of the Boston Journal says : 

As people near the grave it is general- 
ly supposed that their hold on the vanities 
of the world lessened. Sue h is not the 
fact with fashionable New York. The 
subtle dame Fashion is as imperious in 
the death chamber as in the ball room. 
Funerals are gtjt up in style, and fash- 
ionable undertakers for the elite are in 
demand as arc fashionable dressmakers 
or customers. The style ol dress, the 
cut of a cap, the width of a ribbon, the 
breadth of a piece of crape, indicates the 
depth of grief and the nearness of the 
relative dead. A widow hangs out her 
signals, which are as well read as flags at 
sea. At funerals rooms are darkened, 
gas put on, and artistic display made ol 
parts, and persons, as much so as on 
the boards ol any theatre. Men who ar- 
range these things have specialities, and 
their fame is as celebrated as that of a 
pastry cook or an artist. The hearses 
are gorgeous things, as elegant as the 
catafalque of kings. The favorite style 
has been black ; the sides and ends of 
heavy plate glass ; plumes on the top. 
with horses from two to six, richly com- 
parisoncd. But a new senbatiou awaits 
mourning New York. A hearse, wholly 
white, with gold, gilt and silver trim- 
mings, ft looks something like a tender 
to a fancy fire engine. It is said the 
horses are to be white and comparisoned 
wilh r-orresponding colors, edged with 
gold lace. Of course this new hearse 
will be all the rage for a t me. 

• ■ ♦ » » 

Indiana! Union Convention. 

The Indiana Union State Convention 
met at Indianapolis on the .'-'d, and made 
the following nominations : Attorney Gen- 
eral— D. R. Williams. Secretary of State 
— C Truster. Auditor — T. B. McCordy. 
Treasurer — Major Gen. Nathan Kimball. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction — 
W. F. Ross. Resolutions declaring full 
faith in President Johnson and his cabinet, 
and in the Union members of both houses 
of Congress, and promising the President 
hearty support iu all coustituliunal efforts 
to restore the national authority, law and 
order among the people ol the States 
Lttely in rebellion, were adopted. The 
following resolution, offered by Hon. 
David Kilgore. was laid on the table : 

lietnked. That wo corduilly approve and 
fully ludorsu the policy of Andrew JohnKOii in 
fiis efforts to restore peace, harmony and eon- 
e»rd of at^inn upon the part of tliu pcuplu ot 
tbe several States, in the preservation of or- 
der, enforcement of laws, and mitintenance of 
tbe Union so necessary foi our fntiire pros 
perity, and peace at homo and respect abroad. 
< ■ » « • 

In the Massachusetts House of Rcpre- 
aentatives, on th-; 2l8t, resolutions were 
introduced and referred to the Committee 
on Federal Relations, regretting the act 
of President .lohnson in vetoing the 
Freedmen's Bureau bill, and asserting 
that it is the duty of the President to give 
the negroes that protection for which the 
nation's honor stands pledged, and to 
which the gallant conduct of the colored 
soldiers entitle them. The House also 
refused to receive a resolution thanking 
the Premdent f*r hw veto by a vote of 20 



A llwux-hulti ■vt.oaai*.') KilBt* tot <tae 
uattur UurMO'aCwiiarrh Muiilf, 

VVhieli, tu llio Umt stages ul a cold, act i« like 
iiiaKlc— llo.idiichf, lloarst'uefs, DlpUn'rla. aud 
UionutiitU, Sore Kyen, Ueatiies.t, Had Tanto and 
Snull, boins th« result of Catarrh. This suull 
removed ond prevenlM all -the^ip, and Imturea a 
healthy head. Its cllects are pleaiiant and i<af«', 
even for infuiiLH who eull«r from Suullles. 

It has the highest yrofesiiiunal tcxtlmoniala. 
Sold by all Druggist*, or sent l>y mail to all parts 
ot U. S., fur .'13 cruls for one box, ur one dollar 
lur four boxes. 

\ddnT-3, JA.1, DUltNU, P. O. Box ViM, 
New rork City. 
Whoksale, by UKMAU IIAItNKH & CO, 

•il I'ark Kow, '"ew York. cl.ldfcwly^ 

ALLCOCK'S PORUS PLASTERS. 

i'hese |lla^lte^s tare the conitjautDebS of kid 
leatliPr aud the Itexibility el a otlk K'uve. They 
have curt il varivuso veins und external aneur- 
isms. For ull alTeotions of the chest, weight 
about tho diaiihragiH or upper portion ot the 
bowu's.iu culds and couKlii^, lor injuries of the 
back, for all strains or tirubes, lor a weak back, 
l»r nervous pains of ihe bawoln, and other 
nervous aireolioDH und cramps, for heart ulVec- 
tions— in all th<?si) C'i><e;4 they \\i\f lo be used to 
be properly appreciated. 

DU. I. I . IIKNIll.KSC.N'.S l.KlTKlt. . 

Karuville, I.a., March ^, 1!>J0. 

Ur. T. Ai-UoCK— i'ir .- X liavo l>«en soScriuK 
under a severe attack of ncunilgic dis^ asc of my 
bowels foryuare, with lii/iii rtrojihy of Utc heart, 
and have tried everytbiug known to the practice 
of medicine from the very best M. D.'e; but 
truth prunipti me to say that your plasters have 
given nie more iK,Tmanent relitf than aDythlD^ 
else X have used, an"! I believe wiU produe a per- 
fect cure. 

Th<. couul-r-irriUmt efiWcf of your plasteisis 
produced in euch a mild and gradual way, tliey 
fo invigorate the circulation around the parts to 
which they are applied, aud exert upon M ner 
vuu-i ditieisej i-uch a great sedative ioUuonce, 
Ih it 1 plaoi! them conHdently at th'; head of every 
plaster now in use. 

Yours, verv truly, 

I.T. IIESDERSON, M. D. 

fo'oO d&wim 

A Pb.Tslwlv^lcial Vlfwef Jfturrlitirr.— 

Containing nearly .^W pages, and i:>U flue I'latee 
and EngravingK of tbe Anatomy of the Hunuin 
Organs In a Ktato of Healtl. and Disease, with 
a Treatise on Jiarly Krror.», it^ Deploralilc Con- 
sequences upon the Mind and Body, with the 
author's flan of Tieatraent— tlie only rational 
and successful mode of cure, as fhown l>y the 
report of cases treated. A truthful adviser to 
the married and those couleuiplating inarrinjee, 
who euteri.iin doubts of their physical condition. 
Sent free of postage to any addiess, on rr?i ipt 
of 'ii cents, iu stamps or postal curiencv, by -jd- 
dreselug Dr. I. A CUOIA', No. 'tl Ma den < vue, 
Albany, N. Y. 

Tlie author maybe coiuulted uponynyot the 
diseases upon which tue book treats either /.'or 
tonally or by mj.H, and medicines sunt to any 
part of the world, oct:jM-4jt\v<im 

The titrii'klitnil Ueaardim.— We have 
for Jouio tiiu" lei; it our duty, or an agreeable 
privilege at Ic-kI, io say a word in favor of Dr. 
Striiklaud's remedies, and simply for the rvason 
that we kno'.v them Id b.( gofd— .id, -.ve b."lieve 
that they aie represented to be, Ieb3-d-ly 

TniC GkKAT I'iNUUSH likMKUY. — SiR 

jAMK.sCl AKKK'sC'KI.Kl!R.\"lHrj KkMACB I'll.I.S. 

{'rtparei from a preicriptio'i, of Sir J. Clarkt, 
M. !>,, riii/sicuiH Kxtriiordinnry toike Qitetn, 

rhia invaluable medicine is unlalling in the 
oure of all those painful and dangerous diseases 
to which the teinale const'.tntlon is subject. It 
moderates all excels and removes all obstruo. 
tlons, and a s|)ecdy cure may be relied on. 

To Marri'id I..adie>< it is peculiarly suited. It 
will, in a short time, bring on the monthly period 
with regularity. 

ICach bottle, price One Dollar, tx>ars the Gov- 
«mmen« stamp of Great Uritain. to prevent coun- 
terfeits. 

CAWW^ .—Thtie Piltithould twt be takenby 
females ■luring the FIRST TBRKK UONTns 
of I'regnaimy, as they art sure lo bring on 3fis- 
earriagr, but at amj Mhcr time tliey are na/e. 

In all case:) of Nervous and Spinal Affections, 
Pains in the Rack and Limbs, Fatigue on slight 
exertion, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Hysterics and 
Whites, these Pills will effect a cure wuen all 
other means have faileU ; and although a power- 
ful remedy, do not cootan iron, calomel, antlm of 
oy. or anything hurtful t the constitution, 

Ftill directions in the pamphlet around each 
carefully preserved. 
Sole Agent for the 
JOBMOSI43, 
a? Cortlandt street, N. Y. 

N, B. — (1 andC stamps enclosed to any authnr- 
Ued agent, will insure a bottle, containing tity 
Pills, by return mail. 

octl2-dH<(dftwln<ivril«.s\vf 



run uireciious la iiic pi 
package, whicli should be c 

Sold by all Druggists. 
Duited .St^ites and Canada. 



TO DYE EASY 
is very decirable. MATllK.W.S' VENB 

TIAN DYE is the best In the world. Complete 
in one buttle. No wash, uo stain, no troubl 
A child can apply it. Persons wisliiii^ to avoid 
tlie publicity of having th.'ir Hair dyed in pub- 
lic, can 

DYE AT IIOJIE 
l)ctter tliau any barber can do il, by ur-iiig THE 
VENETIAN DYE. It does not tub o/Tor niak 
the Uair appear dusty or dead, but ioipirts new 
life and lustre. Gives abeautiful black or brown 
as preferred. Price 75 cents. I'repared by 
A. I. MATHEWS, New York, 

DEMAS BAKMES & CO., New York, wholesale 
Agents. ptf-triAsun/lwly 

THE GREAT HEW EHGLAND REMEDY. 

Dr. ,J, AV. I'Or-.A.Nl)'8 

WHITE PiNE ((IMPOUND, 

Is now offered to the afflicted throughout tbe 
country, alter having been proved by the test of 
eleven years, iu the New England Slates, where 
its merits have become aa well kno*nasthe 
tree from which, in part, it derives itsviriues , 

IHE WHITE COMPOUND CUKES 

Sore Throat, Colils, fot/'/ft.^, Diplhcruj, /';•..»- 

rhiti.i, Spitliiig of lUooit, I'lilmoiuirti Afff- 

tions nnnerallii. It is a rcmarknhle rcmfit'/ 

for kidney Complaints, Diab'tes, lnffi- 

culli/ of I'oidiny i'rinr, Ittecdini/ from 

the Kidnn/s and Utaddrr, flriivcl 

aiirl olhrr I'oinploiiits. 

Give ita trial a trial if vou would leum ihe value 

of a good and tiied Medicine, 11 !.-< plras,tnl, 

safe and sure. 

Sold by Druggists and Dc.ilirs iu Medicines 
generallv. 

UEJ. W.SWKTT, M. I>., rrnprietor, 
III stun, Mass. 
J-nW dtwSm" 



oilers both sexes good uilvaiil;ifii.i in i.lidnnd 
ornamental branches, ^pring term ol lliirtern 
weeks licgins March 'Jiith. j.'ni pl^s for board 
and coiiiniun Knglish. Supeii.T biiilcliiigs, I,' 
teachers, and "one ol the roost socoes-lu 
schools iu III.' West." 

Kor CulaloKues address tho IJi-v. (i. tv. 
Q UEKEAU , A. JW., Aurora. III. feb-'O Im 

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY 

(Ol>i)«».-iil*> the Kridue,) 
rillRl) .STKICET, SAINT PAIL. 

The suVciiher having purchased from ('. E. 
Carpeuier «i Co. the fhutoKrapli i.allery .~o lav. 
orahiv known es Mrs. W»lkni.i' (iailery, Hny- 
ward's Hlook, respectfully infuru"* the cilij>ens 
of 81. I'aul and vicinity that h" ii prrinreil to 
execute I'hoingrJiphs in every style ol' the irl, 
and hopes by making tir^l class wol; lo merit a 
share of tie ir patronsgi*. ilnviiig hidlourlern 
ye.^rs experience, he liop.^s I" please th" must 
i'u^liilious. 

I'arlicular attention to cliildreo and rop^iiig. 
ALK\ SINCLAIK, 

Kormerly of Arcade Gallery. Kochesler, N, \. 

febll ly 

N^otice to F'a.rmerM. 
HUl'KKlOXf MOUS-K. 

8r%«*wlli titrrfl. krlnrrn Robrrt unti 
nitnaeaotM nirrvla, 

Twueiiaareiialtovetho luleinatiunal, newly open- 
ed and kept bf 

O. HllUMHACH. 

Especial attention given to Karmeis. Good 
Htaliliog atlac) ed to the pieioiset Charges very 
moderate. Ihe liar is stocked with the best 
1» Ines, I.liiuors and Clgua 

J an:i I - 1 m 

GEO. W. PRESCOTT, ~ 

BOOKSELLERS STATIONER 

Having bought "ul OEOK .E LITTLE will 
carry on the business at the old place, 

1(31 Third-.st.. St. Paul 

Additions have boen madi lo Ihe old stock 
t<> meet present wants, and fresh supplies 
of such articles as urn in demand will be pro- 
cured. 

And orerythlng eUo In ihc paper Use, exerpi 
collars, to bo found at 



lioa tbe Wabathaw Herald. 
TiiK !4t. Paii. Pkkhs has taken a leap 
furwurdi n iiuprovemenl, by an addition of 
lour columns, it is now a 31) column paper. 

From the Le Sueur Statesman. 
Tin: .Si . Pal'i. 1'kk.ss came to us last 
cvutiiu^- enlarged to a nine eoluuin page pa- 
per. Wc have Irequeutly loutOed the I'liKss 
lor Khat seemed to us ut least as toi> strong a 
dispiiniti.iQ to e.xrtggerute, espeeially in po- 
litical mutters ; hut afler ull it has no superior 
in enterprise in tlio West, and Wheelock, its 
chief editor, deserves the thanks of the peo- 
ple gi nerully, in bi.>. eflorls to break down the 
existliii,' transportation monopolies of the 
State. We ruuk him now as inferior lo but 
lew editors in the I'nited States. 

From the St. I'eic- Tribune. 
TiiK St.PAtJi, Daily Piii^s came to us 
last cvi>ninR witb another substantial token of 
jirosperlty in the shape of additional cnlurge- 
inent. 'I'fio rui..s.s is now the largest daily 
paper published west of Chicago,- and is con- 
ducted with as marked ability as any paper in 
the West. Since the present proprietors have 
liccn in charge, it has been an excellent papir 
111 every respect, and is really a credit to 
the Slate ol Minnesota. We heartily uongrat- 
Qlatc tho proprietors for their uniform success 
and their enterprising spirit, in giving its read- 
ers a sheet worthy of every eommcndatioa 
and encouragement. 
Troui tbe Preston (Fillmore V'J.i Uepublltan. 

TuK Prksm is indispensable to any 
man who desires to bo well informed in re- 
gard to State matters, since it contains lull 
reports of the proceedings of the Legislature, 
acts passed, proclamations, State notices, &c. 
It deserves to be well supjKirted at this time 
for its efforts to crush out the outrageous mo- 
nopoly and comi>inution entered into between 
steamlxiat and railroad lines in the transpor- 
tation of produce. 

From tho St. Peter Advertlrer. 
Enlakukmknt ok TUB Pkks.s — The 
8t. Paul Press opened the year 1*56 with a nine 
column sheet. This is an evident sign of 
prosperity. 'Xnc enterprising proprietors de- 
servca libern. addition to their list of readers. 

From tho Kocheater Republican. 
The Pre.ss is ably conducted, fearless 
and outspoken, and is arrayed on the side of 
freedom and equal rights. 

From the Houston County Journal. 

The Saint Paul Pkbss. under the 
new order of things, is supported by font addi- 
tional and sut)sfantial columns which makes 
it the great neics edifice of the Xorthwest, and 
wc are glad to see it, as nothing speaks more 
plainly the prosperity of a city than the sup- 
port of it« journals, for it indicates energy, 
wealth, intelligence and refinement, for the 
educated read, the lit>eral and active adver- 
tise, and wealth builds up and stocks our 
cities. 

F'rom the Montia-llo Statesman 

TuK Saint Paul PuEtis has been en- 
larged to a nine column paper. The Pii kss 
is the largest daily paper printed west of Mil- 
waukee. 

F'rom tbe L.ake City Leader. 

The Prkss is so well and favorably 
known that it is needless to say anything in 
its praise. Next to a local or county paper, 
every one should take a first class news and 
State paper, and where we have such an one 
in our own State, it should be supported be- 
fore sending abroad for other papers. 

F'rom the Winnetisgo City Homestead, 

TiiK Pkk.ss is the best Local, Political 
and Family journal published in tbe State, 
and should have the support of every'man 
in the State. 

F>um the Houston County Journal. 
Tub St. Paul Pkkss is one of the 
most popular journals west of the Mis'^issippi, 
and needs no encomium from us. Subscribe 
for it. 

Frin the St, Pet<>r «(iv"rti-"er. 

The Puess. — We cannot refer to a 
better newspaper than this, and wo recom- 
mend all who wish to procure late news, to 
send for the St. Paul Pkess in preference to 
sending tor Kastern papers. 

F'rom the MantorvlUo Express. 

Thk Preps. — The Press has been, ev- 
er since its commencement a wide -awake, en- 
terprising and reliable newspaper, and a zeal- 
ous advocate ot Kepublican principles. 
F'rom the Bed Wing Argus. 

The Prkss is undeniably a first class 
news paper and particularly excels in early 
and correct information upon all subjects con- 
nected with the business and growth of Min- 
nesota. 

From the F'recbora County Standard, 

St. Paitl Press. — For general news it 
is undoubtedly tho best in the State. 
From the Wabashaw Herald. 

Thk Saint Pacl Press, always a good pa- 
per, is adding new features of interest every 
day. It came to us the other day with over 
twenty-fiye columns of reoding matter. 'We 
think that :s hard to beat. The Pkefs has es- 
poused tbe cause of the people against mo- 
nopolies that have for years been crushing 
the life out of the country. 

F'rom the St. Cloud Democrat. 

TiiK Pkess may very properly be classed as 
a State institution The industry and enter- 
prise displayed in the news and business de- 
partments, with the strength and vigor of its 
leading articles, especially on all important 
State subjects, m.ikes it a paper well deserv- 
ing tbe patronage and support of every Mln- 
ncsotian. 
F'rom the Seikopeo (Scott Co.) Argus. (Dem.) 

The St. Paul PitEs.s. — We can can- 
didly recommend this paper— as an interest- 
ing ncwspft)er— to be the bcstofany nowpub- 
Hshed west of Chicago. Its circulation is 
treble that ol any other pajMir in the State 
and it publishes the laws of the State and 
United States, as it is the ollicial Stale paper 
Fromlbe l.e Sueur Statesman. 

The Pre»;s is an out and out Republi- 
can jonmal of the nltni stripe, always true to 
tbe leading measures of its party, an J con- 
tains an excellent variety of hoinc and dis- 
tant news. 

From the Be:I Wing Republican. 

The Pki'>.s is already known as a 
go-ahead and wide-awake journal, and the 
proprietors promise great improvements. 
F'rom the Owatonna Journal. 

The Prkss is Ihc leading journal of 
the ."^tatc, and merits an extensive patron- 
ape. 

From lh» Hastings Connerver. 

Thk St. Pai.'l Press we commend to 
those wishing a paper from that city. 

Frem the Wilton ( Wasi ca Co.) News. 

St. Paii, Piir.ss.— The Pkkss, since its first 
appearance, five years ag\ has made rapid 
strides towards a first-class journal. Radical 
in all its undertakings, it will continue to be 
one of the prominent journals of the State. 
From the lli'uderson Monitor, (Dem.) 

The Pres.'i ranks as one of the best 
newspapers in the state, always contains the 
latest news, and is worthy the patronage of 
tho reading public. 

From th-j Austin (Mower Co.) Begisler, 

.Si . Pai I. Pke.s.s for 186G.— This firm 
friend of freedom and right, published at the 
Capildl of our Stale, is out with its prospectus 
for another year. It bos pointed, spirited, 
patriotic editors, together with enterprising, 
faithful corrcsoondcnts, and has proven itself 
to he a good State paper. Wo presume the 
hundred copies already taken hero will l)e 
increased to a much larger number during the 
year 1866. 

F'rom the llaitlngs Independent. 

Wi: take pleasure in calling attention 
to the prospcctns of the St. Paul Pkess, in 
another column. The Press has long l>een 
regarded as tho leading political journal of 
tbe .'state, and from its present appearance we 
predict that its enterprising proprietors will 
keep it up lo that standard. It contains 
the liitest telegraphic, National and 
State news of the day, and also furnishes a 
lastcl'ul and attractive variety of miscellane- 
ous llti-ratiirc. The subscription price of the 
Press is low, ami lilieral iuduecments are of- 
fered to getters np of clubs When selecting 
a paper from our capital rcui'-inUer Ihc Prkss. 
From tie. Hudson (Wi>.) Mmes. 

TiiK St. Paul Pkk.-^s is ibe best paper 
published in Minnesota. 
From the Ituchestei {Ulii|..ted Co.) Uepublictn, 

TiiK Press is ably conducted, fearless 
and out-spoken, and is arrayed on tbe side of 
freedom and equal rights. 



i.iCAN.C.IUIIARKACO. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

COMMISSION MBKi'HlNTH. 

AHU aUJUTTB jrOB TBK 

luwf;ii levkr ahd niaLut htk^si, 
JrUtf ST. P/vUA" 



(S^HaxuL 



IVEW F^IK.»«. 



U. K.PUINAM, ADOLPH PAAB. 

Wholesale und Retail 

GROCERS, 

CUMMISSIOM MERIHAKTS. 

Importer! ol 

AMD 

European Produce. 

Dealers la 

Green and Dried Fruits, 

and In aU kinds of 

Gor. Third ft Market Sts.. St. Paul. 

OctotKr 2. IMA. oott-tl 



\t mm\ REora nDtssi 



FVom ttLiH rrime Out. 






FOR ST. PAUL DIRECT. 



The Northern LiDe Packet 
H A. VATVIV AH, 

aA.PXA.IN A.. B. JOLL.Y. 

WUI kavr Pittsburgh for St. Paul and Inter- 
mediate points about the lOlh of March B>xt. 
43~F'or freight or paaeagQ apply on b<>ard or 

to B. C. GIIAT. 

jan27-6w 

FOR 8T. PAUL DIRiiCT. 

The new and splendid 

Northern Ijine Facket 
IVmVIVESOTA , 

CAIT. THOMAS 13 . BIX.L. 

Will leave Fittsburgh for St. I'aul »nd all 
points on the Upper Mississippi atwut the -'Oth 
day ot march. Tbe Minceeota has t>een built re- 
gardless of expense, and is fitted out and furn- 
ished Bni>erior to any b»at on the Upper Mbti^- 
slppi. F'or freight or passage apply to 

B.C. GRAY. 

Pittsburgh, January 20, IfVie. janir:-Cw 






lOl Xhird 

fobo Omoa 



fe»ti*eot 



STEAM AND GAS PIPE. 

tSOO OOO Foot of 

IKON il^D liiLVlNIZKI) PIPE, 

AoHortecl, 1-P to O InolieB. 

HUbKIS, TASkKR k m PHILAMLPHI.\ I4M. 

In store and for sale by 

J. T. RTERSON, Solo Agent, 

aco * 214 ttoutta Water at., 

CHIOAGO. 

N.U. Further supply arriving ail the time. 
Orders executed prouptly and at low fljrarvi. 
robl8-lm 

Ua»v¥y o»bcbb, 

Attorney at f^w. Offloo ov«r Parker Paine* 
Ban k , Third stroat.a t. Paul, Min n. aov»- ly 

BOOK AVD j-os pmisTiae n 
the bnst style and at the lowest rates at tbe 
6t. Paul Pt«M ateam Job rrlnting ofllee. 



A.C. WBTIIEUILI.. 

WETDERILL 



(lias. A. rpHAM, 

IPHAM, 



General ConuiiiHsiuii Merchaou 

as SOUTH LEVEE . 
Between Elm and Myrtle Streets, 

SAItfT LOUIS. MO. 

febUi 

IMPORTANT TO LAWYERS^ 



THE REVISED STATUTES 

OF 

MI1VIVE80TA, 

as reported to the 
FB£S£irT I.£aiSI.A.TC7.a£ 

BY THB 

Revision Commissioners. 



The undersigned lave on hand a limited num 
ber ol Volumes of this work, containing abont 
Nine Hundred Pages. It embodies the entire 
legislation oi tbe State to date. 

The volume is too large to send by nail, but 
will be promptly sent b? Kxpreea on receipt ol 
remittance. 

Price, 9>.«M per copy. Address, 

PMB98 PMlSTUie CO., 



SALE OF COKDEMNEO 

(;OV[|)IIM[IIT STORES. 



OrriCEOFTHB ASS'TQfARTKRMAITKK, ) 
FOhT8NF,Ll.ISO, HlNKKSOTt, J 

February 21(f, 1868. ^ 

There will be offered for sale at PUBLO AUC- 
TION, at this oOoe on Ihursday, the 15th day 
of March, 1866, at 10 o'clock A. x. of stidday, 
and continue from dty to day nntU all U sold, 
the. following described condemned 'iovera- 
meat Property, to-wit : 

(11) Eleven Inkstands. 
(15) Fifteen Boa Stores. 

(12) Twelve Cook Stoves. 
(3) Three Tent Stoves. 
(SO) Sixty Wagon Covers. 
('2) Two Curb Bridles. 

(46) Forty six Leather Halteri. 

(Vt) Twelve Hame-s Uamen. 

(8) Kight single sets Ambulance Barnes.'. 



(44) Forty-four single sets Wh..eiUani> 

ty-two single 
(5) Five Lead Lines. 



(fi'i) Sixty-two single sets I.e d Barnet< 



(4) Four Biding Saddles. 

(5) Five Army Wagons. 
(l)One Anvil, large. 
(I) One Anvil, email. 

(I) One set Blacksmith's Tools, incoinp..ete. 

( I ) One PorUble Forge. 

(40) Forty Horse Shoo Kasp«. 

(I) One Vise. 

(3) Three Monkey Wrenches. 
(7) »even Balls and Chains. 
(31 Three Grind Stones. 

(I) One Hand Corn MID. 
(lW4"4!'One thont^and and seventy foar and 
onnfourth pounds Kope. 
(?s) TwcntyeUht Hop? Halters. 

(I) One Cart. 

(I) One Bellows. 
(S) Five Buttresses. 

(13) Ihirteen Shoeing Knives. 
(9) Nine Pairs Tongs, assorted. 

(4) F'our Sboeiog Hammers. 

(II) Eleven King Bolls. 

(12) Twelve Tongue Bolts. 

(7^) Seventy eight Forage Caps. 
{ 15 > Jlrteen Uniform Coats. 
(lS1KUhteenga...h«8. 

(5) Five Uniform Jackets, V. K. C. 
(4) Four Uniform Jackets, cavalry. 

(31) Twenty-one Trowesers, |iairs cavalry. 
(31 three Trowhers, pairs inlant-y. 
(■>) Five Flunnel 6«ck Coats. 

(3) Three I'airs Drawers. 
(IT) Seventeen pairs Boots. 
(45) Forty five pairs BiK>lees. 
(K) Mght pairs Stockings 

{i) Two grrat coats, cav airy. 

(4) F'our Water Proof I'ouches. 

(5) Five Water Proof Blankets. 

(LM.S) Two hnadred anl twenty-five great Coat 
Straps. 

(70) Seventy Woolen Blanksls. 

(») Nine Pairs Buff. Overshoe*. 

(•i) Two grr<«t Goats, infantry. 

('J5.i) Two hnndred anl Bfiv-fivo Bed .^^asks, 
ginvle. 

(■JOS) Two hundred and eight Bed Sack<, double, 

(•t*) Thirty live Spades. 

(2^1) Two hunlrsd and twenty-four Knapsacks. 

(-144) Three hundred and forty-four Haver 
saoki. 

(441) Four hundred and forty-one CaBte'>ns and 
Straps. 

(114) One bondred and fonrteea Axes. 
(W%) Cue Handred and tlirlrteen Axe Handles. 
(Ili7j One bandrtfd and ninetr-teven Camn 
Bottles. "^ 

^SPJlT*' h';»<lf*<l«d flflyaeven Mess Pans. 

(30) Thirty Hatchets. 

(Ki) Thirty Hatchets, handles. 

(I7i .Seventeen Wall Tents 

(14) F''ourteen Wal Tent Flies. 

j^^^'^' Twenty -aeven WaU Tent Poles aui Pins, 

(W) Twenty three Common Tents. 
(i8)Klght«cn Common Teat Polei and Pins, 

llh'T" J*"'"''*^'""^ hundred and ninety-one 
■■liter Tents. 

(13) Thirteen Pick Axea. 
(4) Four Pick Axe Handles. 
(4) four Mbley Tents. 
(4) Four bibley Tent Trlvods, 
(4) F'our Sibley Tept Pole*. 



(DOneBell Teot. 

0)r 



I One Bell Tent Pole. 
J'crma : Uaata In IT. S. currency. 

C. W. NAtlB. 
febai-td capt. and A. Q. M. 

GRUBB & WHITNEY. 

Real Estate -A-gejats 
»iU4^frsAPOi..is. MiN?r. 

Taxet nald. Land Warranu aad Cerlp iMUed. 
Hoaaea, Lota and Farma for aaie. 
febftf 



OA 



1>I 

JrONNTLBKBIt. — Saaple with Catilogaet 
~ l)o«e aa envelope with yoi 
■r«aa, D.HBUTTR.* 

M uWir n. K, T, iTtty, 



L8TYLK8 NKW AND KLEVAMT. 

Stock Exlenisive aud Varied 



Bmbraciug Uic laigest acd uo.l c(/mplet« ac- 
•ortment of 



Freuiii, KiigliKli k Anierii'4i 
BEAVERS, 



ol the very best grade and 'jnalily, lor Overeoats 
aud bulla. Alo a large stock of 



FOERIGN AND DOMESTIC 



Coatings, Cassimeres, \c., 



That we will ufler for fa'e In large or small 

'juantitles, or make into garments. Wc 

Invite the attention of gentlemen 

who prefer Clothing, 



STILISH AI^O FAMHIO.^AKLK, 



as well as those of more conservative taete 
with conHdence that oar goods and prices will 
merit ttietr patronage. 
We have at this time a good assortment of 



Plymouth, N. H., Gloves, 
MITTENS AND OTTER GAUNTLETS, 

ol the flnest iiBaUty. 

E. O. TEINIVJSY, 

Drl<lLr4i Square. Mt Paul. 

NE^V STORE. 

NEW GOODSl 

Wholesale and Betall OealRr in 

MEN ANI> BOY'S CLOTH! JN« 

CLOTHS, CASSIMEBF.S, VESTINGS, AND 
TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS, 

HATS. GAPS. 

ASD 

GEITTS FUBNISHIIVO (K>008, 
Trnnks, Valises, Carpet Uaga, 

lilLITAiT OOOliS, EeUFK CAI-KB, COATS, LKO- 

oiaa, KTc. rcE caps, coluaks, olovbs, 

BUFFALO COATg AHt> ElOBKB, 

Clothing Hanufiactured to Onler, 

under managenient of JACOB MATTHEWS, 
Cutter, n, P. BOTMJN, Salesman; both for- 
merly with T. B. Campbell. 

lt>4 'Thiircl Street. 

(WUcox Block.) 
8 A 1 N X P A tT I^. M I I>f pa. 

Uyis-tf 



CHEAPER 



THAN THE 



CHEAPEST! 



D. W. INGERSO... & CO. 



ooatiBue the sale lI 



DRY GOODS 



AT 



Wholesale and Retail, 



^i)j ^Qiim. 



J. L FOREPAUGH & CO. 

13» TUAMO STMEBT. 

Saint Paul* IdUnnesota. 

THE only; exclusively 

wmm M M m\ 

In Minnesota. 

dee;4-ly 

Cathcart & Co., 

DRY GOODS, 

No. 13© Xliird tstroet, 

ST. PAUIj, MINN. 

febl>dfcwly 

LOOK ! LOOIvl^ 

DRY GOODS AT COST! 



Best Prints 25 cts. 
Delaines 30 cts. 
Figured Alpacc as 35 cts. 
French Poplins 35 cts. 
Alpaccas 40 cts. 
Merinos $1.10. 
A. W. Beps $1.35. 
Gk)oa Black Silks $1.50. 

And a Bne a«sortmpiit ol 

Fancy Dress Goods, 

at very low i<rir*t. 

C L O ^V K 8 

without regvd to cost. Also 

Cassimeres, Table Linen, 

HOSIEBT, GLOVES, 
Fan ey Gfoodt^, & c. , &:c 

MILLER BROS. I WALKER, 

(CATHOLIC BLOCK,) 

ISO Xlilr«l-8t., Ht. Paul. 

reb4 



REAL ESTATE AGENT. 

STEPHEN MILLEK, 

J acksoii Street, 

OPPOSITE INTERN.ATIONAL HOTEL, 
SAINT PATJI.. M;INN, 



WIU lay and aeU Beat Eattte, enter Pabtio 
Laada, with Warrant*, or A|;ricultaral Col- 
lege Scrip, altera peraonal InapaotioB of th* 
laada, and pay Taxet for non-re<ld«nt« In any 
part of the State. 

Be refert to the State oSoerti and C 
al DelegatloB of KlBBeaota. 

Jaa.irdfclyw- 



LXJM3ER. 

An excellent assortment of BUILDINO and 
FENCING LUMBER, also DRY OAK aad 
BAS8WOOD, aa low at tkrlotejit and as good 
at the bc*t, at tke old eaubllabad "Bridg* atrMt 
Lamber Yard," UlaaupolU . Mlaa 

fehl7-3m HABRIS* PUTNAM. 



DOTsa AMD xx» worn saXiB. 

A houio and lot a^Jolaimf my T«(id««oe ob 
nmmlt Avenue, above St. Peter atrect, for m1«. 
Hou«e U convenient aod aDrroundlBgi pleaaaat. 
Knqulro of C. PKOAL, 

febTtf Cor. Third and Kobrrt-au. 



A( Price, to C«rrfa|i«ad Mltk 
Ettalvra Sarkt- 1. 



ck» 



CALICOES, 

Twenty to Twenty-live cents* 

DEL^INKS, 
Twenty-tiie to Thirty cents. 

And other Goodi to correspond at 

D. W.IKtiERlSOM&CO.'S, 

Ingersoii's Block, St. Paul. 



declS 



GREAT ATTRACTION 

AT 

THE (HEAF CASH STORE 

DRESS GOODS 

AT OLD PBICES. 



Dress Goods at 25 Gents ! 
Dress Goods at 30 Cents ! 
Dress Goods at 35 Cents ! 
Nice Cashmere Delaines at 50et$. 
Good Alpaccjis at 50 Cents* 

DELAINES AT 25 CENTS. 
Good Mciinoes only $1.50. 
Good A.W. rr'ps ODly $1.50, 

AMD A CBJIBmAJ. »TOC ■. OV 

AT IjOW prices. 

MKW STYLE BLaCK AND WHITE 

PLAID SHAWLS. 
CLOAKS AND CLOAKlNliS 
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts* 

FOB ANT KIND OF 

DRY OOOr>»! 

Yon will find It for yoar latereet to iro to 

■I. KKOX TAVLOB'S. 

318 Thii«d-i!itieet, 

■OT«* 



Rich and Rare Goods 
D. C. GREENLEAF'S. 



Solid t^ilver \^'a,re, 

Warraated equal to coin. 

Table Spoons Dessert Spoons, 

TKA SPOONS, 
SoUd Silver Table aad Tea KaiTet, 

TaM« Fork*. Deaetirt Forks, Pickle Fork*, sar- 
dine Fork*. Cheese Forks, Pie Knives. Cak* 
Knives, Butter Knives. Che»ee Kalres, 
Soup IjulleK. Sogar Spoon<. Su|(ar 
SlWer Napkin "' 



KiDK*, 



ioup L 

Stfter 

Jelly Spoons, Perry Spoon*. 

Oyster Ijidles, Musiard 

Spoons, Salt Spooa*, 

loe Cream Spoons, 

BOO BPOOirs, Oold Iiined. 

Preserve Spoons, silver Onp» and Goblets. Tsa 
Stialaera, TotMkoco Boxes, Card Cas<>s. Speetacie 
Oanes. Port Monaicii. Salt Cellars. Krall Knlres 
CkUd's Kalves, Forks and Spoon*— alt pare SU-' 

m. A large assortmoDt of SILVKK PLATED 
IT AUK* 

*] 



AM««1CAM WAVCHBS 

A larae lot. In tiold and Silver cases, ■dja(t«d to 
Beat and oold— warranted good time- 
keeper*. 

100 Cases Seth Thomas' Clocks. 

A fUl Use of 

IVORY AND PEARL TAILE CUTLERY. 

Coma aad aee tbe Diamoad Goods at 

■>. C. OKMBWLBArS. 

The largest assortment of 

Gold and Silver Watches 

I a tlie SUte. 



DIaaoBd, Opal, Peart Kn by aad KmnaldBlaca 
aad Pins, tjayx, Ameili) st aad Garnet Jew~ 
airy .SoHd Gold Bracelets, Oold TMnbtM 



Gold Neoklaoes. Go'd Chains 
(a large lot.) 

Solid Oold 

BaacklM, •!«•▼• Mutt— a 

Store in Greenleaf s Block, 

Opposite CoBoeit HaU, aearthe Po«t OOaa. 



C^T 



.- AJT KMSVaVO- 

TIOMS AMD MUSIC— WiBMr'a Peiteot 
Gatde for the CBhIaet Orgaa, eoattlalag r—j 
aad progreaaiv* le a*oBs, aad aew aad atnaeUre 
exerdae*. designed t« eaable any oae to obtaia 
a kaowledae of playlag wtthoat the aM of a 
Teacher : tonther with a choice ooJIeotloa «f 
BopBlar MaaM adu«ed to tbe laatraiaeBt. Prtaa 
<6 eeats, OB raoeipt of which copies wtU b« 

mtJirf, post-paid. 

OLITEK DIT80M A OO. 

fobis Fahilahart, r 



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rflJC SAINT i'AQL DAILY 



iaUroadik 



miNN. VALLEY RAILROAD. 



WORSES EXPECTORANT. 



Oa and kilaf 



Monday. Ikctmber 25th, 1S05, 

TrmloinlU tuu&'> iU'«K-at.'>i tfU-w, c.>nu(Otlcg 
■ t MfUvljta wItUllie 



Minnesota Stage Co.'s Line, 

To ill 111 :;i .1 l'^'.! iiul V.irulnit liam liOllIK 

Kutb on U>e 

mNNEiiOTA CENTRAL RAILWAY. 



The Great Throat and Lung 
Medicine. 



PROBATE BLINKS 



lu ('ur«> < not'] 



•• I'MHi »* « J« ». m. * -t.ae p. M. 

(K'INi; VAST. 
I,«»i V* llk>tk»p«r ■•* A I*, nt. A 4 p. a*. 

• . A. HAMILTON. »-crft»i). 

sr. PAiM. k vmvw k. k 



l*»i5CC( - ' 



'■'• wil rriii s» follow* . 
MOKNINU. 



l<M>i*a SI.,':>|>1. . .. 

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l.-<«T«-« U*f^ — 

Atrtv." »« H» M.>r. 

Le»T»'«St. Aa'!» -fv 

I.^»vp« Mtnamti: . . . . 

Ii*«vi'" < r.t'^i 

L««v. ■. U > V . . . . 

ArrU' X'. f A ';• T . 

*^UI!l<J BAIIT.* 
Ml'SNIN"). 

l/MTpj Ita.-cil 

Vfttt \.t: '\i 

Artv* »• »• "Ji 

K.VfMM;. 

U-»v^« KUHh-- 

beat c< lis- va 

I<Mv?» Aoobi 

LMvetMAnomn 

Li?*vc< St. Ai:f!u"n . ■ . 
ArTlT<«4t ;jt. Viul. 

TIOKKlSltt.lslN 
or an 
dnctor 



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'• 10 ». 
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to r, » 
IS p. » 
as p. ♦ 
« p. >i 
osr. ¥ 



7 MA. «« 

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■ tUA.K. 

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. •:46 «.N. 

10 «» A. «t. 



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..•:>u p. » 

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l'iiri."fia«od at th^'" Ststlono, 
stra r»t« will t» Cttllei.'teil by Ihf Co«- 

OAILI rHSlUHT THAtn*. 



•iii«t< 



r H. UBJUAMO, 



.. . A M. 

. . P u. 
Sap't. 



■• ta MiarrMnira 
Mmvty TlHA«>. 

Itkaa arvrr fullrd loiuiflho wortt 
rr«u|> una Cold. 

It ta •k<>oalt .Wralltiiaa> ibu( will « urw 
Wt huu|>lnK ('uukh' 

It mil pirtrut ( unauui|iil4iu 

I* Mill far*! Am«|Iiiii.« Mnd Mfllrtr 
t'oaanatpilnn. 

li curt-a InMiirxa tind (l«rr ThroiAi. 

It curm aU, U the tliiecilou'oredlrlctly follow- 
eit, or thi» mon<>y will b« ifl'undiil, 

Ihat CouKh whioh yoa are neglei-tlDK ™».v re- 
sult In iHtal i.*on<un>)<tl.>n it :«i<in>*|<'oui{it remedy 
t.< not u.'tsl. 

Why Mcrtlice jour life when your di.-ieaiie can 
to i-und so qulok'v snj «t <o small a coot ' 

What Is the value ot money wheu com areJ 
to health <1 

>l.v.-ios Ciry. Iowa, March ,.1J. l.s<V>. 

M>'!'»r< MoKiK & Dmlki— Uear Mm: IhU ii 
to i-trtifv ihit I have iimd Momc's Kxpectorant 
In mv I'jniiv f.>r Ihe Uft two Vfar<. Kor coush* 
-ore liiojtt. ai-.l know it Is one ol ih'i bv«i 
moJiciue.< ever used. Kor I'roup its ctTects >re 
wonJtrlul. I hue sold a lafKe amount ot l( and 
recommend It to my friend-", nod t-ike plcasarc 
10 n-commendlDK itn use, koowiiiK that bv so 
doin); much suDerini; Is relieved 
Vous truly, 

.MAUriN KKPINur >N. 

A> sn.si, Minn., Watch >lh iMij. 

I heretiy cerctifv that I have examiutnt and 
tested in ra> pmctice Ihe modlciue known iis 
Morse's Kxpecloiant, for loughs, C"ol is, Croup, 
Astliina, 4.'., Jto.. prvjMi.-d by Morse & Daik y, 

1 regard It asa i-rrparatioa ol great merit, and 
woul'i cordial y recommeud it as beiii^.^ prepared 
with siecial care, by rollable men > more cflica 
clous for the treatment of the various disea es 
for which it is desixurd, than anv remedy of 
which I l'«ve any knowledjje 

K. A. IIAKNK.-^. M l>. 

Address all ordura to 



niE PRESS PEUUTING COMPANY. 

To supply adodcieaoy louxexiaUug.hftvtj prlntad 

and ready lor sale the foUowluc BUaka 

forutein frobste Coiut : 

LKTTKKSUV OUAUUIAMtiUlP, 

COUUlSSlUNKKiS' WAKKANTS.^wlUioatlig. 

UKfOUr UK CUMMISSIUMKIUi, 

AiTKAlSt-US' Al-rolN TMtW i , ^witb •attts.) 

INVKNIOKV AND AifltALSKHKN I , 

dKt-AKAlK INVkNIUKt HY WIUUW, 

Ar>MIN|.srKAU>K\S IH)NH:<. 

tOMMISSlON lO SKTTLK CLAIMS, 

LKTIKRS OV ADMIMSIKATION, 

WAKKANY !0 APrKAIUEKS, 

GUARDIAN'S BONDS 

8ALK BONP^. 

K-XIf-CUrOR'S BONDS, 

LKTTKHii rKSlAMKNTAUY, 

tor Dale by the nuire or single sheet. AddreM 

PREHW PHIi^XIKU CO. 

JOHN WOODWABD, 
IMei'elia,ii t T'ailor, 

A.JMD CL.O'lHlPlI.f, 

DoAler In Hats, taps, KurnlshlnK Uoodd, 
BroadclotbM and I'^ssimeres, Third street Upper 
Town, St. Taul, Minn, Cash advanced ' to vnit 



UBLmiBD UAII.V.TKI WKKKLY AND WKKKI.T 



HOW THE WHITE HOUSE 
ROBBED. 



Th(> Story iiat Told by 
" deus Siieveutt. 



WAS 



Thud. 



PKEBIS, THUHSDA Y, MAfiOH 1, 1866. 

THE NATION! 



JULIUSBAUER &C0., 



iu Gold, Sliver or UreentBCki>. i»n3 ly 

F. A. SEAVEY & c6.^ 

DAILY DISPATCH LINE. 

LiaCroasr, W Inoaia aaud all Point* in 
• he .Varihnrai. 



VAW TEK & KOSE, 

Wholesale Druggists. 



TO RAILROAD PASSENGERS 



Ps#f • 



■"•outh I'ver the 



Miniiesutu leiitr»l Railuay, 



ean Iftiv^ ?t. r^ai nt i , o'oUvk i-. m. by the 



1st Division St. Pauldt Pacific R. R 



Allow us to add that our -itoct is full and 
complete. Th" afentlon and ratronvK** of the 
Northwest re-^jieetfdliy solicited. 

VAWTER & ROSE. 

St. I'aul, January Ith ;is''tJ. 
. jmtn. 



r»ach ?'. Anih. 
the *•..■•-'■ 0'cl.jck •• 



nv In liTi" li'Conn-ct with 
!•. V. Train Koii'.f Sou^h on 
t'lai Koad. 



Omoltu-- s lu'i 
Padfl.- Kal Iroad D' 
BaU-My CK-p.^' I J 



0Ct6-^ 



liitct froin till' St. I'aul A 
I'ot to the Minnesota Central 
cosvev pa-=?"n(rcrs and Itajc- 

r. H. WBLASO. 

^uperinfndent 



New *{ini»«» K»s» and 






VIA 



Rochester Au-i Winonn and St. Peter 
U.VIl..ROikD. 

A Pa?-ieu«cr train leaves Rochester daily at 7. 
M A. M-. arrlvinK » Wlnoaa at 9 o'clock, p. x,. 
oosaectlDx with the 

MumeBotft Stage Co.'s Lin* 

for LaCrotie. 

Bt'turninn, 1-nvej VTInooa at 6.10 F, «., trrlv 
Kg at Roche.^tcr at 10 p. m 

Passenfers by thlo roate stop orer nlcbt at 
Bocbe.ter and make the same time to and trom 
St. Paul as by the Kirer Route. 

For Tlck>ts ap^Iy to the u<i:oc3ota ?ta|f« 
Ooapany'j i ffflce. 

JOHN NEVTEIAj, 

<lcMtf ««p«rlal«Bd«>i«, 

WINTER ARRANGE.HENT. 

MIWESI)HlE^TR.\lR.\llW.\y, 

Quickest, Cheapest and Most Com- 
fortable Route to the East. 



1S05, 



7..W> A.M. 
S.l.j ' 

*♦« • 

■) 10 ' 

'.•.IS " 

1000 " 



On and I't'T MilVDAY. Peceinbtr 4th 

Tra'ns wil it>tjve as lo'lows : 

GOl?«^G SOUTH. 

Letvo Mlnn-'apoh." , 

•' .M. n.1 tJ 

•• w^•-to.;' .. 

• Ko'-'m "lit 

► atn' ' .-• r 

" «■»-;! 

•' .Vort 10 3.S 

'■ I'liieli lO.M " 

ArriT- tiribiult 11 30 m. 

OOING NOUTH. 

Lrarc Karibau!t 4.00 r. M, 

" [>undas 4J5 " 

" Xorthflclil 5.05 " 

" Ca»t> Rock ,"..25 " 

" Karmiiigton 5.50 '• 

" Ecsemon! ujn " 

'• W»-Ttc«)!t H 45 " 

" M-ndota r.jo " 

Arrive Micn'-apolis 7.54 " 

Trains niake direct connections with tha MId- 
D««ota Stair" ' 'jtnriany's linos at Faribault. 

Vwo daily lines of four horfp coaches mn be- 
t .T*n Faribault and Kasiion, where f a.ssengprs 
cone- tt with trains on the Winoiu and St. Peter 
Bai!r..rMl. 

Pi-*>-nu"r-' loav-io^ St. Paul or Minneapolis at 
7 A. M. arrive at Wlsona at 11 r. >i., and at La 
Crosse to take th< f< a. m, train next mornine; 
or If preferred remain at Winona over nignt 
and r«'ach La Crosse for the 5 p. m. train next 
day. 

Arran«emeii < have been made for fornrdinf 
fyeijtM by this rout* trom La Cros.«e with dis- 
patch and at irraatly reducetl rates. Through 
eontrac* for freight can be made at the offlce of 
tbeeomiaDv in Mlnnnapoli', or with Bomp & 
Champlin Aironts. bt. Paul. 

Through Tickets can ^e purchased to La Crosse 
and all points In the interior of Sonthern Min- 
nesota at the offlce f f the Ballway Company 
and of ttje Minnesota 'tage Company. 

decltf O, <'. MfiEPAnn.Map't. 

FXBAT DlVimofl mT.FAlt,M%n 
PACIFIC KAII.ttOAD. 

L*5ii Di-.r'r, M.uf A:fD BrA5( n <k.», ( 
.'^r. rALL, June Ist.l ». ( 

N O I' I O K 
TO SETThEKS OX R. R. LANDS. 

All persons claiming land at Uovernm'nt price 
who reside in the Townships named below, are 
hereby notliled that tlie Company has ac/iulred 
the fee to the luilmid lands located In said Town, 
ships, and they are hereby re^inlr^d to make 

firool of their right to the Ian-* ><xuplnd by 
bem, and make [.ayment theie).jr 
the laws refpilailnx the same, 

Sectiom, 7 

».».7 

7, 17, 19, JI,27.W. .ll.Xt, -W 

!,»,», II, I.t, 15, 17, 10,27 

27, 2», SI, M, Xl 

7, », 11, 1.1, \S, 17, W, 21, CT, 2S,27,2». 
1,3,5,7,9, 11, 1.1.15,17,10,21,2.1,2ft, 
1, 3, 5, 7, 9. n . 11, in, 17, 19, 21,23, 2S, 

27,29, .11,. U,3S 

»,29,.1I, Xi 

M, 11.11 

J.J, 5. 7, II, 1',. 17. 11», 21, 21, 25, 29, 

»3,.16.... 

t,» . 

S, 19,2.1 27 

19, 27.11, ^1 V, 

S, 11, 15, 2I,M, if,, 27, 29, 13 

»,5, 7. 9, 1', 11, H,21,2;t, 25, 27, 35 

1,3 !.. 

19, »6 

1, 3,4,7,11,1.1, 15, 17, 19, il, 23, 27, 

29, 3.1 
».5,7, 1^1 11. IS. 17, 19, 21,23,28, 

27, 29, ;:i, „•. ,i5 

«1,.13 

1,1,11.11 

1,5,7,9. 11. 11 15, 17. 'J /I ." ■', 

27, 29, 11, :n, 15 

t. 9, 17, 1», 21, £1, a,27, 29, 31, 11, .15. 

1, .1,5,9. ii, 13, 1'sVia,' is... ";.!;!, 

,3,5,7,9,11. 11,15,17,21,23,25.27 

».»>.M 12:, n 

•IKORUK }. BP.CKIIK 
OAw— iKle ol Tinil Crxnmls.tnn-' 

.JAM- ej. Mll^i,. 

Forwarding ft ConunisBioD 

A<iKNT KOK TIIK 
NfJKT Ii WK.STKRN PACKMT COMPANY 

M.I.INnlS t.KNTRAL RAILWAY, 
■IL. ANT l-RAlRItDUCIUhN RAILWAY 
FRKIGIJT CXINTKACTKI) 
ALL POIMIB KASr AND SOUTH AT 

T»< . OWBKT RATEa. 
4WOvetcbargea (ndDamaxcs pronptlyat*. 
djusted. 



' THESK IS NO SUCH WdRDAS FAIL " 

Tarrant's Coini>ound Kxtrnct 

OUOEIJS &; COP^VIBA., 

Isa -"ure c«'rt»ln andspe-'dy cireforall diseases 
of the Itladder, Kidneys and Urinary tirxans, 
either in male or lem-ile, fre'iumtlv performing 
a p<'fect cure n Ih" s.hort space of three or four 
days, ind alv»ays in less tim.e than any other 
preparation. In the use of Tarrant'ci Compound 
Estract of Cubeb's and Cop lib.i there 1 no nw.1 
of comflnem-nt or change of diet. In its ap-. 
proved form of a paste, it is entirely tistcless, 
and causes no aupleasant st-poation to the pa- 
tient, and no exposure. It is acknowledged by 
the most learned iu the prufescion that In the 
above class of diseases, Cub''bs and Copaiba are 
the only two remejles known that ntn he relied 
opon with any certainty of sui"ce«s. 

Tarrant's Compound Kxtrictof Cubebs and Co- 
paiba N K VKK KA I L.S I 

Manufaoiured only by 

TAJkRA.'VT * (••• . 

278GreeDwieh St., New^oik. 
4V Sold by rnjg({i«ti< a.'l o .--r the World. 

invl7-ly 

A CB3ITS irAHTEJn^ 

K.\PF.RIENCED AGEST3 

to canvass for 

LOSSING'S PICTOKUL IIlSrORY 

OF THE 

GREA.'X CIVIL WAM, 

In Three Volumes of 6C0 Pages each, 
And containing over 2,000 lllastratioii? ; 

'The i-^tandaid." 

and as such andorsed by Generals Urint, Sher 
man, Sheridan, Dlx, Wo- 1 and oth-rs. 
Address, CLaRKEACO., 

Western Publishers. 
SO A ^;^ Washirgton-st., Chicago, III. 
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Cash Wholesale Clothing House. 

WHITIC UROXHEW!!^, 

WIIULKS.ALR DKALEKS IN 

CLOTHING 

.y?(D 

(leutknicoN Fnriiishiui; <fOod.s, 

Cbttasbvra, An and 3U n'nl>a«li at., 

Ueivrttn Lnkt awi Randolpfi street.-!, i.liicngo. 
J9-Particu!ar attcD'ion piid to orders. 
lan-lo-'-'g 

JOHt\ Vs FARHELir&fO~ 

WllO'.K.-sALE 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 

42, 14 iV IH Uabiish Avenue, 

ci-iiuA.ao, 

AND NO.o COLLEGE PLACE. NEW YORK 

49*Particular attention p*id to orders. 
jan:t0-3m 



F. A. .Seavey A Co., would ca I the atteollon 
ol Merchants and Shippers to the fact that they 
have established, and will run during the Winter 
in counectlon wilh the railroads of Minnesota 
and Wisconsin, a daily Dispatch Freight Line, 
conneciingall points belwi-en LaL'rosse. Winona 
and the Northnest. A snnicient cumber of 
I'lams will be put on the route to accommodate 
the larg'" and rapidly increasing business, and 
the greatest caro will be taken that all Ooods 
comtigued 10 the Dispatch Line will be forward- 
ed wilh dispatch, with care, and at the lowest 
liossible rates. The line will make connection 
with all points in the Northwest, thus affording 
hhlppers the usual facilities. Wheat will be run 
from the EleTBlors as last a.s brought forward 
Capt, IsA.u; H, Moit.Tox, Managing Partner, 
La Crosse. Consign ail good lor transportation 
to F. A. SKAVEY A CO.. I a Crosse. 

BORUP ft CUAMPIJIN, Agents, St. PauL 
jan4-am 

'Y^IJVB* AMD l.KtV'OnS 

SUITABLE l-UR 

HEDICAIi AND FAMILY DbB. 

OLD UOVRHON .AND RYE WHISKY. 

OLD UUEENS rORF WINE 

OLD MAUERIA WINE, 

FINE OLD PALE SHERRY, 

FINE 01,1) COGNAC BRANDY, 

CHOICE OLD HOLLAND GIN, 

JAMACA AND ST. CROIX nt M, 

HEID5ICK CHAMPAGNE, 

MISSOIRI CAHtNET, 

STILL AND SPiVRKLING CATAWBA 
WINES, 

CALIFORNIA W!ISKS, MCSCAT, AN- 
GELICA AND rOK'i, 
OLD SCOTCH WUKSKY, 

M. WATSVM WBBB, St. 

novI9-Iy 

S. L. BAILEY & CO., 

Ueniers in every kind of 



»|.ir the 

Parlor, IHniiig Room & ( hamber. 

PICTURE FRAMES & MOULl'INGS 

Of all kinds. 

VnriiiHlieu, O-lue, Ac. 

IpboIsterlD^Done to Order. 
244 Third Stveet. 

8. L. nW.VA, 



Throat and Lungs. 

r>B. STKlCKLA-NID'a 

MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM, 

Is warranted to b3 the only preparation known 
to cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, 
Whooping Coughs, Chrrnio Coughs, Consump- 
tion, hronchitis and Croup Being prepared 
from Honey and Herbs it is healing, -^ofttning 
and expeaora'iog, and partltularl-,- suitable for 
all affections of the Throat and Lungs. For sale 
by ill Druggists everywhere. 



DY«PEPf«iIA. 

DR. .STRICKLAND'S TilNIC is a con. -nlra- 
ted preparation of Roots and Herbs, with nntia- 
(icjs and carmioativcs to strengthen th" stomach 
and nervntifl system. It isa cert.lin rtmedy for 
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, N'ervou-mvH, |,<,'<i, of 
Appetite Acidity of the Stomach, F.atulency 
and Pebility. it is not alcoholic, therefore par- 
ticulnrly tuited lor Weak, Nervous and I y.spop- 
tic persons. For sale by all Druggists every- 
where, at $t per bottle. 



Boyal Havana Lottery of Cuba. 

Conduc*-ed by th.i .Spanish '^oTernmi-nt, 

%m,m Y\ (OLI UBiWS EVEET 17 DITS. 

Prixr' cished and Information forolthed ; the 

" ' ir Doubloons and all kinds 

aU6 for all gOTcrument Se- 



blihest rates paid for Doubloons and all kind* 
r Gold and Silver ' " 



ol 
caritles, 

feb-Viy 



TAYLOR A CO.. 
Rankers. 10 Wall-st., N 



s 



Avr xuA vom •axv. 



At one of the best points for thetsale of Lam- 
ber oa the Miasiulppi River. Also one let of 
Machinery, for Mnley ^^aw Mills, entirely new. 
One set of Machinery for Sash Saw Mill, nearly 
new. For particalars inquire of 

C. BaiDOMAir, St.aoad, MIdb. 

r«b22-tf 



PILE REMEDY. 

Dr. Ktricklind's I'ILK KEMKOV ha' eiired 
thousands of the worst cases of Blind and Bleed- 
ing Piles. It gives immediate relief and effects 
a permanent cure. Try it directly. It Is war 
ranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists .it 50 
cents per bottle. " |eb.11y 

STEINWAY h HOINS 
r« I A IN c> H . 

Ohickering & Sons 
r» I A. IN c> w . 

Oeardmun A: Cjri-a,> '«>* 

F» 1 A TV <:> H . 

And the largeot and best assortment of 

ORGANS, MELODEONS. 

•VMi 

]>Xum1ou.1 IfiHtriinioniM, 

in the State, nt 

M r aWBB BROS., 

)«"" nr.j Third street. 



T E A S! 

mMA-FlNE8T CNCOLORED JAPAN. 

rilMA-l'irRA FINE IMPERIAL. 

mBA-EXTKA FISB GUNPOWDER. 

rpKA-FXTHA FINE YOUNG HYSON. 

mBA— EXTRA FINKOOLOtlG. 

rpBA— KXTRA FINE ENGLISH BRfAK- 
JL FAST. 

The above we warrant ruRK and riutsH, at 
prices which cannot fail to please. 

PCTXA.V dc PAAM. 

January 8, ItMifi , xn9 

DKNTAL INlSTRXJMiEJN-TS 

For eale, a complete Traveling Case, of the very 
best quality of DenUl Instruments. 18 rorceps 
■.;7 Ivory handles and German silver fernl p!u«- 
gers and scalers. Also, steel handle pluggers 
brass excavators, files, glasses, Ac. ftc. All for 
1100. If not sold by February Ist, will be retailed 
te suit the purchaa.- r, and at low prices Call and 
examine, at the LOAN OFFICE, 

, .„ , No. 2.11 Third street, 

Janl0-d:;m« 



Family Groceries. 



NEW FIRM 1 NEW GOODS 1 



The nn<*erslgned, having Just opened a choice 
slock of FAMILY liROCfcRIES, it their store 
on JACKSON STREET, nearly opposite the 
"Rig Clock," will keep conHanlly on hand a 
full assortment of all Goods in tboir line. 

A share of tho public patronage is respectfully 
solicited. ' 

BHCMNO.f & WBI.I.BH. 

.lanuary 171h, iHifi JanI8-ly 



ST. PAUL BROOM 

AW 

ORIJ.SII F-yVCTORV. 

Fort-st . bet. Eagle and Chestnut. 



Being delerralned to prodnw beller manu- 
factured Ooods than lan be procured in the State 
ani at as low prices, would therefore respect- 
fullv solicit the palronag" of th» Merchants of 
St, Paul and neighboring cities and towns. 

THO.nAH AMUTOM. 
N. B. Highest price paid for Broom Corn, 
febl 



Iloncst-Rcliabie-PoBdrr Well. 



THE JOHN P. MAMNY 

COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER. 
TIIK liE>T HARVESTEK 1.^ THE WORLD. 



A PERFBf:T RBAPBH 



STAT* or flainMBHo-rA-cov n 
1 * OF RAMSKV— '•HOBArE«:OUUT. ' 

Special Tern: — January Ifi, IHW. 
In thv matter of the estate of John B.Kear- 
ney, deceased. 

on re»ding and fllmg the petition of Pet.-r 
nf f» ;rS'.".'""'=''H*°"'' «hB last will andte.ument 
u seTred JVo^ ■/■"'"■•■r" '"K»hat said deceased 

/, . A ■="*'" "■-al estate, and that it is ex- 
pedient and necessary to .ell ,' pan o, the saae 
and praying f«> license to Hell the saldn.r ion : 

It is ordered that "Thursdoy, the i,t day of 
o clock In he, forenoon, at 



March, IViO, at ion 

the olBce of the Jnd 

St. Paul, be apB 

tiuon 

and 

are required to ap 



l,n. /? ^'..'•"i''*!'' In the city of 
igned f.jr the honring of said tie 
,n and that the helr-at law of said d '^as^d 
■^ . J P*'"""' Interested In saide.tate' 



lar at 



ppei 
bateCourt then and there to b>> holden to show 
cause, if any there be, why khe prayer of said 
petition should not be granted and taid license 
given. 

,..,,. K. F. CROWELL, 

th«ri-febl-4t 



WIMBISH'S EXPRESS 

carries Passengers, Baggage and Freight any 

where in the dt; at the lowest rates. Offices al 

Snka' Orooery Stora and Falreblld s Anetlon 
Store. 



A ■>■!»- 

H-.d MOWER. 

A Perfect Uand-Raker, a P»rfcct Self-Raker 
comblm-d In one machine. Furmers will look to 
their interest by.examlnin' the great advan- 
tages which this machine hi" over all others, 
before giving their orders. Kemember this Is 
NOT the old P. Marny Machine, or the old John 
II. Manny Machine, which have tuoh strong 
prejudices ag;iinst them In many places, but the 
ginulne John P. Manny- the Farmer's favorite 
and friend wherever known or used. There was 
nUjut one hundDd of them used by farmers In 
Olmsted snd I>odge Counties, Minnesota, last 
year. If y.,u wish to post yourself on the mer- 
its of the machine, (and yon cerUlnly should if 
jou design buying,) send for a circular or sek 
THK Maciiinb. 

Blxor eight Uood Agents wanted Indifferent 

Earls of the State. Nou-: others need apply than 
lo.VKsr, RHI.IAISI.K meu. 
Apply lor clri:nlars, Information, Ac, to 

JK.SSK WHITE, Jk„ Rochester, Minn., 
fob7dAw.1w General Ag't forMloneaota. 



I roni lilt) Cougrossional Globe. 

Mr. Stevens - Thti tjc ulleiuan Iroui 
1 etiiinylvttuiu is not uiistakiii. Wf have 
already appropriated $30,0011 for lurniKh- 
mg llni Prcdideni's houie. It ia proper 
that I ithouhi say, uudcr tho eireuin- 
ataneis, that hereto ore tho suiu iiinaliy 
appropriated lor (urniehing the Presi- 
dent's house undtr the inconiinj, of an 
administration has been $-'0,000. There 
has always been a small dtjficiency, how- 
ever. In Mr. Buchanan's time it was 
$4,0lX». In the ease of Mr. Lineoln, 
owing to the dilapidations, it was some- 
thing more; $10,000 or $15,000. 
Then, in the last Congress, we 
voted $.i0,aX), but the bill failed, and we 
have repeated Ihe appropriation Ih's 
year. But owing to the eonfusion whieh 
took plate after the death of the IVcsi- 
dcnt, and the long continued sickness of 
his Wife, (he bouse was left a prey to al- 
most everybody that those (o go there, 
ami It was found, upon examination, 
when .Mr. Johnson was ahout lo take 
possession of tho house, that tcircely 
anything was left, and that it reijuired 
not only the $30,000, but upon a full es- 
timate of what I wanted, made by the 
commissioner of public buildings, under 
the direction of the inmates of the house, 
it was found thai to restore matters as 
they were, and to add (he usual orna- 
ments and furniture, it would reijuire 
$lt'',000more. It was found after the 
$30,000 were appropriated, that (hi re had 
already been expended $lL'.0O»J, and 
that tho sum appropriated was not only 
absorbed, but .some $1:,',(X)0 more, and 
the house was still unfurnished. The 
servimts and every body had access to 
the house during the fatal period to whioh 
I have referred, for about six weeks, and 
I may say it was open (or any body to 
plunder it that chose to go (here. The 
result was, that almost all the valuable 
funiiiure in the house was missing; and 
when the present President cam^ in, it 
was found necessarv, even before he 
could be entertained with a single mwl. 
that spoons should be bought in this ci- 
ty for the purpose of furnishing his table 
that linen. sheetH, bedding and all 
those things were necessary, and even 
the beds themselves. 

It was found that the house was in cus- 
tody of nobody. The steward who was 
then; was responsible But it was found 
that these goods had been taken from 
every where. They were traced— 1 will 
not say among (he employes ; but (he\ 
were gone ; thiy were not to be found. 
It is enough for us to know thu the 
things were not there, .and it is due to 
the present President and his family to 
Biy that their estimates of what is needed 
have been made,' in my judgnient, on 
the most economical scale, consistent with 
the digaiiy of the nation. We find that 
less than this sum will not eulfiee. There 
is some $1.J,LMJU unpaid alter apprpnat 
ing the whole of tho $30,000. I trust 
that enough Las been said to show to the 
House the necessity of thia spproprie'ion, 
and that it will bi^ inndc without, objec- 
tion. 

Mr. Upson — [ would inquire of Ihe gen- 
tleman if thcro wa^ no public clli>er wlioisi 
dufy it was to tee that this property w«s 
proltcted? 

Mr. ytevens— There was a steward ap- 
pointed by the late President, but it turn- 
ed out that he was not a responsible per- 
son. Ue was appointed by Mr. Lionuln 
himseir, and it was his duty to take care 
of the property. 

The committee on appropriations, un- 
der these circumstances, have prepared 
a bill maKiDg the steward responsible to 
the government, and riquiring him to 
give such security as will prevent any- 
thing of this kind iu the future. 

Mr. Niblack— I would inquire if the 
missing spoons arc the same that Mr. 
Ogle talked about a few years ajfo? 
[Laughter.] 

Mr. Stevens— Yes, they| are the same 
spoons. They are the gold spoons that 
were purchased, I think, by Mr. Van Bu- 
ren, at a great expense, and I may say 
that out of a large number of spoons, 
forks and kniv&s, which were very valua- 
ble, but one or two would be left out of 
two dozen ; and all that has been done 
has been to furnish samples to the per- 
sons in New York who furnished 
these things, and they are being replaced, 
not to the extent that Mr. Van Buren 
had, but as nearly as the present humble 
and economical President thinks neces- 
sary. I can say to the committee that 
nothing more is asked by the President 
and his family than is absolutely necessary 
to make the house decent. 
HtMr. Upson— They left some for sam- 
ples? 

Mr. Stevens— They left a sample or 
two, because they did not want to make 
them get an entirely different set. I have 
understood that some of these things are 
— well, it is no matter where they are. 

TRAGEDY IN LOUISVILLE- 




FOR 



titt-itt I'laiiu 1 otte «V Mflodeou 

EMPOlllUM. 

WAUHtOOM.S IN 

(UONBl'.SOPEKIIlOlSiV, 

A<(- 1-.,/, IC.K. <.,.i.7(.-i M.>0 Uro.iiliciiii, 
Wli,jle.,al,. A);ents lur the C. .s. f„r 

\V31.KNAJii:&((VS 

rEI.KBUATEO 

Oold ^Ictlal Piaiiu Furies. 

As to the relative luerils ot ttii-i* I'ianos, we 
Mould refer to 'he cerliilcales of excellenci- in 
our possession from I'll A I. ".lOKi;, (J.irjs- 
• .'HAI.K, Kl KAK'i.SCII, O. bATI'KIt II 
Vll-:u.\ I KMl'.-i, L'ICIS .sr VABand K. MC/lo' 
Musical Direitiir et Ihe ll:ili.in i>|'era, as also 
from some of the nist distinguished Profes-ors 
and Amateurs In the cjuiitry. All Instruments 
guaraiilKtd fur jire liars. Al.-;o agents lur 

ScebbliT ii Smith, Kuardni;iii A: 
tiray, A.JI. iiale&lo.. 

And otlicr first tU-.s Pianos. We have the 
largest and b'st assort d stock of I'iauus in the 
city, wliich lor power and swe-luess of lon4- 
easy aulajtrwable louili,aiid beauty of Hni h' 
have, by judges, ttou |ironouiiord mutrulli'l. 

•#-Par;lrular atli nlion pild to th- s-'.ctirn 
of In<iruuM-nts fordist.int orders, and h iirivil- 
ego of exchange «raute,i at any linie within six 
month*, it Ihe lustrumcnt should not pro\e en- 
tirely satisfactory. A liberal disioaut to Cler- 
gymen, Teacher.^ and SchocdJ, letnis liberal 

tthulB.-'ale DwKriwill llnd it lo il.eir udvan 
lage to give us ,, cili.as by greailv lacrrased 
facilities wo are enabled to llli all Orders with 
dispatch. Persons in want nf a really First 
Class Piano will do wi li to call before pwclias 
iDg e'sewhere. 

Wiiof i:^.\Li-; AC .M.s 1-1 ii; 
CABHART, NEEDHAM & CO.'S 

CliLKBRAThD 

Harmoniums, Me'odeoii>dt Organs. 

AL.SJ l-OH tiKO. A. lltlNI K .>K < (>. s 

MELODEONS A ORGANS. 

Manufacuires ami liiii,„r|i r- «.: 

MUSKAL INSTKUMKNm 

8TRIN0^ ACCOKD.'-ON-:, 

VK.iLINfS.CLARI.NI' IS, 

DUCSIj', (JCIIAR.S. 

BRASS INSTRUMENTS, 

And other Musical Merchandise, the Silver 
and Brass lustiuments, of our niuoufuclure and 
importntion, are used by most a'l of the best 
Bands iu the United .ststes, aud whenever ex- 
hibited have always received tin- tiold .tledals 
and highest premiums. Having coniiecliou with 
maoutacturicg houses iu Berlin. Leipsjc, Dres- 
den, F:ngland, Paris, wo are prepared to furutsh 
Dealers. Bands and ind.vidunls. with veryorti- 
cln lu this line at the low. st luauufacluurs' 
prices. Kcuieniber Ih- |.l-i<-.', 

JULIUS BAUKH k ro.. 



i:o['s mmi mw 

Tho WorWs Oroat Remedy 

I- UK 

D)8|icpi!iiu, IndiKcstiou, 

AND ALL 

OF TIIK 

8TOM1VCH AW1)B0WEL8 




I'reiiarfil l>v the I'r«»ui'i»ilori» 
"Coe's Coiiuli liulMtuin." 



of 



Dvsrai'.siA Is not only the sure forerunuer of 
•lejitli, tmt I'lO companion of a miserable life, k 
has vill l-ei-n called the Nation s scour^'-: for 
mure persons, both old and young, male itnd fe- 
male, s-ilfe: from Ihe ravages, than from all other 
ailments combined It robs the whole system of 
Its vigor and energy, gives weariness and total 
Indisposlilon to those onoe strong and active; 
renders the stouaoh puwerloBS to dTgest the food, 
and ha ' fur its attendants. 

Ileadache, Ileartbnrn, Constipation, Nau- 

»ea at Stomach, and General 

Debility of the whole 

System, 

relu iiiu its tubjects a particle of nourishing or 
eartv fool, without paying the |ienalty in the 
must agonizing distress,and oftentimes complete 
pro-tr.itlon. To meet the terrible ravages of 
Lusworsto all Diseases we HA VK PREPARED 

MOE'iSUYSPErSlACLIKE!" 

anil we pledge our reputation upon our stat'-ment, 
■jh' »,e sav It will 

V<iMlivciy Cure the »VOKS'r of ^oa, 

not in a year— not in a month— nor In a we'^k — 
but you shall see Us beneliclal Intluencu at once 
immediately, and the day you take It. To you 
«liu have lived for years upon Uraham Bread 
ind plain diet, who dare not eat anything the 
lea-twise hearty— first, b'xiause the Doctor has 
ordered the plainest food, and secondly, for fear 
of ihe distress it causes -rising and souring on 
your stoinach, we say sit down to your dinner 
*al lis lie.irty a meal as you wish, and as soon as 
111- iteid iM-gins to distress you, follow it by a 
tingle t'-as|.oonful of 



35" X 3E1. DDE : 

Cutter, Secouibe, Averill d; Co., 

UAVINU TllKIMtlKW AND llXTKNSlVK 

PAPER MILLS 

IN BUCCt^bFUL OPk-RATlOM AT 

HT. AIVTHOIVY, MIIVJV., 

are now prepared Ui supply the wants of Printers and Merchants ol this ijUM with all kind- of 

wkappin(t;,pkjnt and book paper 

This esublishuient, being the Urgesr of the kind in the Morthwert, the Proprielors a,kior a 
continuance of patronage from their firmer customers, and hope by their In reased capacity for 
business to add largely to their prsent list, in addition to their own manufactured goods, they 
ill continue to deilhu-gel/ lu all kinds ot 

WRITING, ENVELOPE AND FLAT PAPERS, 

Together with such other articles a- may be fonnd In a FIRST CLASS PAPER STORE. 

Printers' Ink and 



gtt5urau«, kt. 



INSURANCE AGENT. 

Metro|>olitaja, lS«^yfv ^"urVt 

Capital $i,i'jO'x)0. 

Sarplas Vib.vrj. 

LsoriUaj-d, Nerw Yorlr. 

'^'«*l 9\Mi*>,iiV.: 

Harplns iMt.<Mi. 



f*F'-'»« 

Biirplai. 



Yor-l4 

■%\fj" ,00" 



Writing Fluids, 

WUl b." k"pt constautl) on hind. Buy ug their nock of .-jtaUonerj, « c, dlreot from the Maaa- 
focturets tnsl, eu*ble» them to soil t j M. rchants and others at prices that will invite altentioa 
Their Store, 

Is 



l'IlIltJL> HT'ltKlil'r, HAIN'T' 



PAUl^, 

large and coaiiuodiou". where they wiil proioplly tespoi:dt, aU who may favor th»m with 
orders. CASU PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF I'APfcU BTOCK, OLD NEWSPAPERS OLD 
ROPE, OUNNItS, Ac. 
St. Paul , February 16, 1,><6. fsbl7-lBi 



CJ O JK » s 




AND IT WIIJ. 



Relieve You Inslantaneousl) I 



01) \Vasliiii!>l(itt-:il.. (Jhiraiio. Ill, 



-Veio \'iih Wiircrif 
feblii-tues ,tliurs&sal - 



lii^, o;sii /.<r. 



■".V. 



A l¥oinan Shoots her Abductor 
In llic Court-Room. 



STEAM CHAIR FACTORY. 

WMOLRSALK MAMUraCTUBKKB OF 
OF BVSRY DXSCSIFTIOy. 

Eaglt Street, near the Upper Levee, 
ST. PAUL, MiNir. 

AU kladi of Torning for eale and done to order, 

■• outlawing aad Planint att«niie4 to. 
■nezr-lv 



The people of Louisville have recently 
been excited over the alleged elopement 
of an e.vpoliceman, named Hall, with his 
sister-in-law, she taking with her $5,000 
belonging to her husband. On Saturday 
last the two returned to Louisville, snd 
Hall was promptly arrested. The Louis- 
ville Democrat of the 20th relates Ihe fol- 
lowing sequel to the story : 

A charge wis made against Hall of fel- 
ony, and he was yesterday morning pre- 
sented to the court on that charge. Pre- 
vious to the meeting of the court. Mrs. 
Cain and Hall wira iibservi.d in close 
convcr-satlon. After thi.s. Hall was taken 
into the < ourt and jilaced on one of the 
seats, in the row ol ht nchcs generally 
occupied by tho jury. A few moments 
previous to tho meeting of the court, 
Mr«. Cain entered the court room and 
asked where Hall was He was pointed 
out to her, and, upon her .laving that she 
wished to speak to him a moment, the 
two started out together. Hall bo 
ing a Ittle in the advanee 
About the time they reached the 
door leading into the clerk's eHi;p, Mrs. 
Cain drew a revolver and fired, the I'bM 
striking Hall on the ba< k of the bead and 
glancing around, inflicting a pmnful, 
•hough only flesh wound. She cocked 
ber revolver again and attempted to lire 
a second time, and tliia shot would no 
doubt have proved fatal hail not oUicer 
Foreman, who was present, sprung for- 
ward and caut;ht her arm. Hall was 
taken to the cilice of Hr. Edelen, where 
his wound was dressed. Mrs. Cain was 
taken to the ollicc of the chief of police. | 

After the wounds ol Hall were dressed 
he was presented to (he Police court, 
but the evidence which thy common- 
wealth's attorney had at his command 
not sustaining the charge of (elonr, Hall 
was, upon his motion, discharged Al- 
though at the tii c of the shooting court 
had not opened, there was a large crowd 
present, and the affair created coaaidvr- 
able excitement. 

Mrs. Cain states, iu justification of her 
attempt on the life of Hall, that he drug- 
ged her, and that while in an insensible 
state she was carried from the c>ty. Im- 
mediately after the shootini; the fiintcd 
away, aud, upon coming to, she showed 
evident signs of insani'y. The above arc 
the facts in the case, as near as we were 
able to learn them, the finale of which 
came near rtsulting in the death of one 
of thu p.trties. 

■» » ^ » » 

The Maukato Union says last week, 
Thursday, on the Cottonwood road, 
three miles above Few Ulm, two men 
named Jacques and Thomas, on account 
of some difficulty existing between them, 
got into an altercation which led to 
blows, and finally to the death of Tbomaa. 



Reputation Established ! 

•Itrs. S. .1. ,f//f M is tiuty 
u pithlie l>fuc far tress, and 
lur trotefltrfui success is 
uintrtrctliHtcit. iter fame 
ami iter ttiscoverics have 
gone abrofKl, and tO'ilay 
sh< is in her line the larg' 
(St manafacturcss in the 
tlorttf. 

Everybody Interested. 

J'onfh an ft. off I age arc 
alike ttcneUted tty the asc of 
tlMrs, S. at. nUlett'-^ ^i'orhVs 
Hair Restorer atal Eiair 
Mtressing, Th . // art direct' 
ly upon the roots of the 
hair, causing luxuriant 
groicth and beauty, Your 
hair, ifclianged to grey or 
white by sici^ncss or other 
causes, ivill soon be restore 
ed to its natural color and 
beauty. IPandruff eradi- 
cated forever. The Hair 
falling stoptted. The most 
delicate hectd-dress or bon- 
net can be ivorn tvithout 
fear of soiling. The most 
delightful fragrance to the 
hair is impartetl. if you 
tcish to restore your liair, 
as in youth, ami retain it 
through life, icithout de- 
lay purchase a bottle of 
Jftrs, S. .1. Mlen^s It^orld's 
Hair Restorer ami Oress- 
ing. 

Sold by DruggisU throughout the World. 

PniXClP.\L SALKS OFFICE, 
I9S A- 300 Crcenwich St.. Ncw-Vorli. 

oot29-deodAwl y 

NEW FERFK/xSe" 

FOR THE HANDKERCHilK 



thus enahliug you, by hearty eating, and the use 
of tho cure alter earh meal, (as oRen as the food 
dl-.tresses yon, or sours on your stomach,) you 
will get in a ven; few days so that yon ctn do 
without the medicino, except occasionally, and 
by the time the first bottle is nsed up, we will 
guarantee you free from Dys|iepsia, and ab!e to 
rat,ilig-'st,and enjoy as lieirty a brrakfast as yon 
evi-r sat down to in your healthiest hours, and 
we will forfeit to you the price of the bottle, upon 
)our showing that our staftment Is not correct. 
ri!e medicine ij powerful but hsrnjlerjs, acd 
\ihilst a : ingle teaspoonful will at -nee relieve 
the Dyspeptic sullerer.the whole b itUolull would 
not materially injure him, as it is i-ntlrely vege. 
table and contains no opiates. Ail classes of 
aUease that have their origin in a disi rdered 
."^tomach and Bowels, are dispelled in Ihe same 
iaslantancoiis way, by t^e use of 

C()bSI>VSPEPSIAI?llREl 

tRVKR and AUUK.SICK-HKADACIIE, tlCK 

NESS AT THE .STOMACH, CONBTIl'A 

HON, UKARTBURN, CULIC PAINS 

IN STOMACU OR BOWELS, DYS 

ENTFRY. VOMITING, a FKKL- 

IN!4 0F FAINTNFSS AND 

LASSITUDE, WANT 

OF A P P K T I T K, 

will not acd cannot exl.s1 w ere Ibe curt is used, 
Itiemovesthe Disease by removing the cause, 
not like Alc-ohoUo Biiturii which cover up your 
bad feelings for a few moments byj their '-xhUer- 
atinp effeits. 

/!e»-ir" (fall sudi reui'-ilies or beverag-s, but 
In tle-ir place use a Remedy that will restore the 
J ecHsi'd functions to their normil condition and 
stit in motion the entire hum.in mechsnism in 
p'trf' cl harmony, and upon principles synony- 
irrus with well defined physiobjglcal laws. That 
bucli will b 1 the eU'ect of 

C0E'Sl>YSPEP8IACtlKE, 

binieil lately and Inslantaneously, vie pledge our 
word as lO'U ol honor — our i epilation as Phar- 
raaceiiti.sts-oar favorable acquaint.inc».' with the 
peiile as rroprietors of th" woild-ri nowuod 
•C'JK - <Ol'(iH BAL'^AM.'Mf It Is used ac 
cc-rdirg to our directions, which may be found 
with each bottle. 

U'e add below seme Te-limotil.'vts Irom out 
neighbors and lownsmen, to which we ask your 
caietul e.llentiie- 



BOHKEK, MOKKI8SON & BEEVES, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

and Commission Merchants, 
No. 3 J/VCKKON STREET. ST. PAT7L. MINW 

Second Door Bnlow Merchants' Hotel. 



Af utiuU lS«u«»ut JL.fte 
OFB'ICJK:: 

VJ'S Tkitd street. St. I'uul. 

Pl¥-ir 

FIKEaiGOTMW l\!(lill\IElil 

CiiMh and 8':r-j>lij». C.ipit.t] 

wwi-AJMr doing business in the <5t«te, and 
(IvHs a broader provection at less co-t tliao aav 
Other lasurance Company In the Nortbwe-t. 

All lohxeN Froraptljr adiubttd and paid 

O F' 1:'^ 1 CJ h: It H . 

John W. Boyd, President. 
D. WortbingtoE. .Secretary. 
H. D. Hastings, '.State Trea». Wis.^ Treasorer. 
Hon. st^pbeo Miller, roov of Minn, > Direolor 
Ci. R. M'iNTAULE, Ocueral Ag^l. ' 
r.O.addre". lACrosse, Wis j<-l»dAwl 



FAMILY DYE COLOR**. 



We have In Slore one of tU'« LARGEST STOCKS in this market of 

Tobaccos and Cigars. 

6t. Pa-Jl, Januaiy 11, lb65. 



Black, 

BlacJc/or SUA 
Dark lilue. 
Light ISIut. 
^rtruA litut. 
Clarit Ilr'jtim 
Dnrk Brown. 
LiglU Jlrown, 
Unvff JJrotcn, 
Oierry, 
OtouoR. 
Dark Itrnb, 
lAgkt Drufj, 
fawn TJrab, 
Light Faicn 
Drab. 




Itark firv.H 
L\<jiu Or ctn 
Mftg*nla, 

'trajtat, 
fink, 

/^rplt 

Hrrt/at 1-U.Tpl* 

SoarUt, 
Stat*, 
IM/eriuo, 
r-fyttt. 



For Dyeing blA, Woolen «t,,i jjui-d Ooodii 

BhawU, Scarfs, Dresw;, Riti,on',«iioTes, 

Bonnets, Dats, Featlicrt, C.'ii d- 

ren's Clothing, and all kinds 

of Wearing Apparel. 

4V-A SAVKMV OF )K> PES VB.ST.ja 

For z.> cents you can color as many goods a» 
would othrwlce cost fiv.- tim^s tiiat »um \sri- 
OBS shades can be produced f.-om the fan.« dye 
The procese is simple, and any one can use the 
Dye with rerf-ct succ-ss. ItireetiODsintngli-b, 
French ani German, inside of eadi i<aek»« 
HOWE A bl EVEN.s. 

For eale by druggUu and deal, r 6 f ;.• rallj . 

ot-fj-^m 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

And IVIinne^«otil. ilospita.1 




TRBATMEMT OF 

SYSTEMS, AKD IK. 
OFFICE IN coir- 



EUTABLl^nED IK.'H', FOR THE 
DISEASES OP rna urisart asd sexual 
coRPORATRn nr the leqislatvuv i\ i«fli 

CKRT HAIL ni.nVi—nenr tht Post Ojji' 

DR. WILLIAMS, 'he Coufulliag Surgeon of the above Institution, has 
Just publlirhed a Manua of Sexual Diseases, a large book of .%0 pag-s. and over 
lUOengi livings. It is ihe only bonk ev.>r publi'-hed which gives a truthful de- 
siriptlon e( fspirmaton h".i, Venerc-il Di^eas■.■s, F'eniale Complaints, and all dis- 
eases of the urinary ami reproduitive organe ol men and women of whatever na- 
tiire. inebidipg th" solitary habits of both t^e.xee, aud their deplorable conse- 
quentes on tho mind aud body, impotenc--?, lo=? ol power, and the secret infirmi- 
ties of youth and manUiod, the physiology of marriage, Ac, with new and suo- 
eessfol methods of trearraent for all the above cases. Mailed in a plain setUed 
wrapper lor one doUar. '^ -^--^ 

«»- DepcriptivcCLrcuiais cjniaiuing vaiuabi" inform^vtlon to the afflicted who wish to avoid 
otiapkery, mailed ina scaled envelop on r^-c-e-pt ot lo ci-Dts. Al-^e a pamphlet for ladles, price 5 oeata 
Al!commuuii:»itions coiiGdertial, a;.d .vill rtatli fie rou-ulticp turgeon by addreseint 



TUB OAI.B9IC laSTlTCTB, Mint Paul MlnntwoU. 



Ilardwarr, ^\m$, kt. 



r fOSTlMO >J i A L.«5. 

Church, 

lUy, 
e<U- 



Prcn the. Pastor of the Methodist E 
Madison, Conn.: 
I ua e ueed Coe's Dyspepsia Cure inmy famil' 
and can wllUnRly testify to i's value as a mi ' 
ciao. HKNKY GIDMAND. 

Psstor M. K. Church 
Madison, Conn., .liioe XO, W-t. 



A Voi^c fromh>yme thrnt:gh eir i^ity Papers. 
New Uaven, Conn., .June 1.1, 18&1. 

VIessrs. Editors— Allow roe through your col- 
aims, t'l acknowledge my gratitnde for the ben- 
eSl I ha e rec-lved from theuse of oe's Dyspep 
si . Cure. Although I was a Er».t sufferer from 
Dyspepsia, the first dose gav- iust.int relief, and 
one ouucJ Ins enabled me to e.t anything I 
phase, without pain. have now stopped using 
the medicine, as I do loncT need it. 

PALMIRv LYMAN. 



HARDWARE AND STOVES. 

J O H IN O U K TI ^ , 

Comer Third ajij C'edur Htre«»te. 

Manafactors' Agent and Wkaleril-j denl- 1 in 

Shell' and lleavy Hardware, 

HAILS, OI^ASS, 8110VKLH, bPADHS, C Hi IS 8, 

STRAP AND T Bi:fORS, TABLE AUD POCKKT 

CUTTLKUr 8CIS80KS, PLATED WAKK, 

LEAD Pira AHD SHKKT LEAH 

ST<.>VE8 AWD TIHWAEF. 



gampjs, ^il$, kt. 




state Agent for the sale of 
brated 



Morrison's nele- 



HOME COMFORT 



LAMP GOODS 

Just reoeived oalln store, the largest amount of 
LA.MP G K)I>S eve- received In Rt. Paul. 

LAMPS or ALL 8TILKS 

I.&MO dozen Lamp Chimneys and 
30« gross Lamp Wicks. 

A large Stock of LANTERNS at SfarvU's 
Crockery Importing House, \») and 191, Third 
Street. HOT 22, 



Madison, Conn.,,Iune :i th, 18f>4. 

From the benefit derived bv the use of i^oe's 

M spep^ia Cure in my family! I a-n prepared to 

■'a 1 that I never Intend to be without It. and ad- 

vi>e all who are afllioted wi'h Dvspep-ia to tryit 

PHILANDER LEWIS. ' 

Mil. Cos :— The bot'le ot Coe's Dy.'pepsla Cur 
yoi gave me has backed up your statement con- 
cerning it. I have only used hall a botth-. and 
can rat pine onplo short cake, or onvthing else, 
wiiAout ironbl- It act; like a rharin. The le' 
Hef it affords is Instantane us. 

.JANe A. L'JWKEY. 

N-'w Haven, June 13th. IxM, 




The Best Tonic in the World. 
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 

Uy many of the mo^t pr>,i>ii„f )it 
and succe.'if/'ul J'hyai'iutu in the 
country. 

A PERFECT CURE 

J-'vr Uysjtcpsia, Fevvr and Agm. 
Aridity of the Stoniarjt , Tai.'-s uf Ap- 
petite, yatisca, Ueart-bum, ./nun- 
dice, <Hirf (itt ditfCOMrs aritdntf frmn 
a disordereril vUite of the Stoitiarh, 
Lifer or Inicftiintrt^. 

CONSTITUTION BITTERS 

Are being sold with the mo>f uon~ 
derful mceess all ovr the roimfri/, 
and twfer fail to yive fnitispirtoti. 
Delicate females and tretih child- 
ren are made strong by the »».*«- c;/ 
the^ Bitters. In fa^t they should 
be ke^pt in every liou.'^. 

USE NONE BUT THE BEST! 

And the best can only be lutd hy 
enquiring for th« 

CONSTITUTION BITTERS! 



nAKt-FACTlKEO BV 

SEWARD & BENTiEY, 

CHEMISTS AND BBU0GIST3. 
ISO Main St., li.iifuh-. .V. l". 

W. K. SWKET A. t«l.. 

_. , , Gneral Agents, Chicaci 

Wholc-a!c Agents at Maculaclurtrf' 
for Horthwert, 
E. H 



, li;. 

prices 



.v«SS^o 




* .Tin..! I';»<|(ii-<iie, l><'li< ;ifC' iiii.l l>ift. 
Itrniit !'• I I'liTiir. Di>lillr(l finin ihe 
Itnri' niirf Kennlil'iil i'lnner fioin 
nliitli il l.itif-<« 111 ii:iiii.>. 
M'liiufa' lurvd ot^ly l-y I'll.l t.n?i A .*•«»>. 

1^" Bcwiiro of Countorfeits. 

■i.v^.- /•.., ^;,..•^..l•.» r..;..' «... .,>»,,,•. 

Stild by diU'.'srisU K<leTUlly. 
febi4 eod&WLOwOm. 

THE COSMOPOLITAN 
HOTEL! 



l"ho"e who know my ooostitutlon, what my 
condition has been for fic last thirty } ears, will 
believe with me that a medicine which will reach 
my case, will reach almost anyone, Coe's Drs. 
pepsia I ure has enabled me to eat anything I 
please, and it is verv srijom I now have to use 
the medicine. It relieved m? in an Instant when 
I was In great pain. My wh -le system is stn-ngih- 
ened by Its use. ANN K. BAGUOI'T. 

New Haven, .June a»th, IW>4, 

■liilMsrtiant t« Trartilo'*. 

While loomeylng on the cars, my stomir'i be- 
came badlv deranged, causirg severe oain in my 
head. Ila^l it been on the water it would have 
been caUed sea-sickness. A lady Killing by me 
kn<'Wing my condition, reachid out a bottle say- 
ing "lake a swallow." I did so, and In less 
than live minutes my trouble wa ended. The 
nie.liclne was " t'oe's Dvspepsia Cure," and from 
the eTect It had upon the Stomach and what I 
have le.arnej of it since, I think it, must be an 
excellent remedy for .Sea-sickness ano Dvspep ia. 
BIRS. SAMUEl FIELD. 

MjiillstM! ,lune TOth, 18AI. 



STimmer and Winter Cook StovM. 

The best in the world. 

My ttock of OFFICE, BOX JARLOR, imd 
a large variety of different kitids ot COOK 
STOVES, Is the largest ever brought to this 
market. 

I keep a full Mock of all goods in my Um of 
trade, and I think I oan offer inducements to 'he 
trade that will be to their advantage to deal 
with me, I keep a full stock of 

TIN PLATES, PIG TIN, 

SHEET COPPER, METTLE 

AND COPPER BOTTOMS, 

SHEET IRON, 
Both Ame.ican and Russia, 

My stock of Newhouse Traps, Hnnf's, Blooil's, 
Ten Eyke's, Newmyers'and Groll's Axes is V4iry 
large, and also a largo stock of PUTNAHI'S 
NORTHWESTERN AND PRESSED HORiE 
NAILS. 

Edgar Nash is still connected with the estiib- 
llshment and will be happy to attend to the 
wants of his old friends at all times. 

A look through my large stock is eaiestly re- 
quested of the trade before purchasing elsewhere. 
JuHN CURTIS. 
ang^ ly 



Corner >^ abashaw and Fifth Streets, 

Opposite JHinnesota House 

St. Paul, HioB. 



The naderslgned has estabUsbed a new Lonber 
Yard in this city at the above named location ia 
connection with his 



BIGC..S, Druggists, St. PauL 
«}.P. PEABODY A CO., fct. Paul. 
noT7d«meow wri 



Condict,WoolIev^^C 



i( 



Or 



nf tho Tnrnav tl««i. 



An t'p|M'rTuwn Ksiahli>|imeiii 



The under'-igni'd having ka-i-dlhi; line three 
lory llriik Block on the corner of Tiiird ajid 
sir-els, (lorraerly Pdgerlon's Building) 



I rankll 

have altered and remodeled It 



Kir.st 01a«.s Motel, 



and thereby supplied a want lor several years 
lelt in ih-t Li>per Wuids id M. I'au' The 
situation Is oi'e of Ihe Ilceat and mout con- 
venieutto iho idty, aud 

The Cosuiopolitau Hotel 

will prove ii-e-p-nlil.. fi idl v. ho may favor It 
with ttvist. If a clean iiud airy location, 

NKW A^ND It A-NUSOMI.J 

Furnitixre, Carpet*!!, 

AWD BEDDING, 

The Itest ami Choicest CuincMiltlcs, 

popular 



with nno.vceptl')!!!!''!!! Co >k"rv and 
naanagers and aislslants are th-i reipiif inecu 
These things being the foatures of 



sought for. 
th : new 



0'>.Miu:)i>olitau Ilot.ol, 

it Ih reoommended to citizens aud strangers with 
a c infid.ooc thai its patrons will not b.- disao- 
pointed. »^ 

BECHTNER & KOTTMAN. 



f^hl-ly 



Book and lob Printers, Bookbinders. IPanw 
B«lars,and Blank Book Mspffhw**"**,''^*^ 



New Haven, ,lune Ilih, IN.I. 
Mr. CoK -Sir ;— Uavinitb'eu trouble-! wilh the 
.lyrtpepsia for some eight or tw dve lonnths, a 
have t.aken thu usual kinds of me<licin>'s, which 
have done me no good. I saw yimr ndvertise- 
meiit ol a medicine to euro the Dvspi'psia. 1 
have tried it and found It lo be tii^ Medicine 
The first fliteen drops, (the 7th of .Iune,l that I 
look relieved me in one minute. I have taken 
it three or four times, but have had no distressing 
fe< Hut in my slnmanh since lakinirlho first Rf. 
ti-eii drops: allhoniih, before, I itjuld not eat a 
nie:il, and sometimes no more than lhre.j or four 
moiilhfulls without distressing me. 

Re.spoctfully, .1. F. WOODRUFF. 

New Haven, .?nne Illh, 1N«4. 
Mr. Cop— Dear Sir:— fhe bottle of Dvspepsia 
Medicine I received from you, gave instanlaneons 
relief. I only used il vvh-n niv food distn'ssed 
me. It was ahout like tiking two doses to dav, 
one to morrow, then every other dav, incre<i-<ing 
tlieqnantl'y of fnodand decn-n-ing the medicine 
until I was enabled lo eat without taking any at 
all. My case was an extreme oni", havine suffer- 
ed lor seven years. 1 now consider nivselfcured, 
nd by only using one bottle of &Ii-diciuu In Ihe 
oe of twn months. Hie dosi' was a lea-<iioon- 
KLLI-.N .>;. ALLKN. 

Soltl by I'ruggists in -ity an-l couutry, 

evfrywb»!re. 

PBICE, $1.00 Por Bottle. 

Orders by mall, from either dealers or oonsu- 
mors ironiplly attended to. 

C. Q CLARK AGO., 

HholtMit nrujgtstt, Aeioy/aivn, Conn., 

PltiMKIKTims. 

NOTK^Femalen im-irnte will find this a sulen- 
dld antidote f>r NAI'SKA AT STOMACH, and 
all iDdlsposltlnn t>ecnllar to the situation. 



K. H. BIO<^«l, 



HOLE AGENT FOR IIIK NORTH WfST at 
St. Paul, Mln«i.. to whom all prd.-'r" shrtiiln be 
Sitdreiised. l;IS-d&w-«ow-ly 



GEOROE SCOTTEN 

N. )'1"A.RY I'TJI3I..IC. 

Ilai again op ned an ofoe for the purpose ol 
ouylng and kelling 

Real E^tate on (lonimission, 

Keutlng Houses. Paying Taxes, aud a general 
Ruslne.ss .\gency. 

Township, City and Vll'ago Knpi made to or- 
der. Twelveycars' experience In the business in 
St. Paul will enable htm to attend to all mattert 
entrusted to him satlsfkotorily and wlthdlspatch. 

Rtbert »#pi~«, <■» « i»i fitird §trettt, St. Paul. 

aa7S-M« 



New Shaviiii: and Hair Dressing 

H^VL.00 IV ! 

Messrs. DITCHEB & BOWLER 

Have sumpliionsly fitted up aid opened Nlitit 
InruBil Uaair Dreafiag Rouiua on Sev 
entli street, Ioteri<aiion:il Hotel building, lo 
which gentlemen are respectfully invited, who 
are de^^irous of being manipulate!] bv e.xperleiic- 
ed tonsNrial arti-ts. 

The very best toilet articles need and for ta'o, 
also paper collars, fto. 

Cilfzeus aud sttangers are invited te call. 

iHTCHKtt A BOWLER 

Jan.ll-Im 

tfil Kf\t^ PK» VBAm.-WE WAJJT 
(P R.,*J\J\r Agents .vervwhe-e to «ell cur 
iMi-KoVBii f-'o .Sewinu M.cliliie<. Th:>-e new 
kinds. Under and upp-T Ifvl. Warranted H ve 
years. Above salary or large commissions paid. 
The O.NLY machiues sold in the United SIn'es 
for less tlian $10, which are r«//v U<< ii»fl /.* 

IToioe, frifcler if- Wil.'i f;r'rer i|- llnl.^, 

Sinj7rr .f- Co., n.K* llncheliler. All ether cheap 
machines are Infrlegements, ("iretilsrs !'• r. 
Adddre-.s or call upon Shaw A '^Urk Hidiefotd. 
Maine. d< r.'-< l.'.waii 



STEAMBOAT I OK SALE 



tJne half of the sir:, nib ai 

a. K ^v^Ki^.iv." 

► or fur' her piir- 



9 » 



Now InyinK ■• .'•"avanna, Ills 
ticuUrs enquire ol 

U. A. UNA IP, 
(uferiutendcnt W. V. K. V. mv I'-na 
or J. II. Klvl.l.V. 
II. T. nil IK. 
Ka-lue, 
or ORIS WOLD k LO\VU>. 
feb'j Im I iiliu.|ne. 

'Terms, oue-hili do»n, bolauco iu and 
months. 



U 



AMD 

Blank Book Manufactory 

Have in snaonisfnl operation thelarKc.-'t and BiOs 
complete Bindery In Minnesota, embracing the 
latestand most Improved machinery. F.mployln'a 
only competent andearofbl workmen, at.daslnt 
hebest^natorial, thoyhope to oontlnnetogivf 
satisfaction to all. 

PA1>£B RULED TO ORDER 

A»D TO AKT PATTKim, 

LEDGBRS, DAT BOOKS. J RNALS, OC'H 

MEBCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AKD 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KIND I 

MAO*. !■ TRB %mn MAXJriR, ' 



LINCOLN MILLS," 



and desires to call the attention of Bnllders and 
others to his 

1M1VIKN8K STOCK OF 

EVERT DESCaiPTIOM OF 

L U M B E RI 

ntCLUDllrO 

Floorlnur, Fouoinac. 

Dimensions, IIoa.r«ls, 
Olenr lL,uuil>er, tSitlinir, 

fei<lkini?leM, X^th, A,o., 

which ho has consuntly on band, and far eale at 

the L,OWBST M AUKKT fRICES. 

ItilU/or large dimetuiofu tUUd (o otittr 
rhorl notice. 

St. Paul, June l,1tMI6, 

U. J. TAYLOR, Agent, 

ly W. D. -WrASXIBtTRM 




on 



BBKMUnETKnMIIfBD'rOHAVB 
ALWAYS A 



COMPLETE ASSORTMENT 



Wc Iia^'e, 



ant>r great 
new 



dtfflcntty, I olitalard 

let of 



BUFFALO SHOES' 



Acdt< 



ou! 



"l-K", '■".. ' <'"IM WEATHER, tha 
stuck la the cPy. Shall have 



HOOT I»AC», 



Icafewdtvs. Dealers can be npitliod ualy 
at the Blli.lT AND. SHOE HEADQUARTERS 
at reasouabb* pi ices. 

dtic22 

F-KEIOHT LINE^ 

BETWEEN 

St. Paul and Shakopee. 
MINN. VALLEY RAILROAD. 

This Company Is prepared to carry fteight be- 
tween Saint Paal and t hakopee, and Intermedi- 
ate staUons. Freight Intended for this line 
must be delivered to J. C. A H. C. Barbaak A 
Co., he Company's Agents, at Iheir Wan<hoB>e 
on the Levy la Saint Paal ; or at any sUUoa on 
the line. Freight in oonslderable qoantlties will 
bo oalled for, on notioe, at the places of business 
on the principal atreet.s, and all fYvlght to St. 
Paul will be delirered at business plaoes on Thl r 
street, or near the same with oat extra charge. 



Saddlery Hardwan-, 

Horse Col lar >, 

CARRIAGE TRIMMIIK;^, 



as Lake St., 

feb),"- .<m 



Cliii>a:;o. Ml. 



^3LJiL 



«. ▲. 



BOVM'tf 



Socrctary, 

LARS, A«., printed In th« beS strto atth* 
DallT Pnu St«amJob Prlattag oSo^ 



B'" 



Vegetable Siciliaii 

HAI R RE NEW ER, 

• •♦♦ 

.\s the namo indic&tcs, not only jiiM--s 
Ihe growihof tho h.iir when thin aud fiUii-: 
sff, buV^positixcly rcnctrs the color ti 
jriginal ^^de when it is turning pt^^ 
nliiic, wLcn^r caused by disca>o,>pief i <• 
ill ago. 

Il will ccrtaij^do what is ^Ctued lor it, 
a fact to which Xundrcds, i^- tbou^sll■l^. 
who have used it, Ire re^^auJ willini^ i... 
.cstify. Whcro ono^ft^is fairly nst J, in 
my CLimmunity, it^l^cputalion *Vl1rtad^ 
jkc wild fire," an^iXtlMj best advertise 
oieut and recorapicudaV^n we dociro. In 
•.he l»Ti.«'tcrnStj^. wliereVio •UUNLWri;' 
sriginitcd, Wlo yoiuig la\es u>o it as n 
hair dresa^g; it is foun^on the toilet 
'Abies oC^ouiig men, (also atVicir barbcrsi. 
while^Blder men aud women Vho dc^iie a, 
Rrnm^er and Jialoratire for ihci\ciTy looL.* 
ai^i bald heads will not be wKiout this 
trticle, which gives in every inst^^e, cB 
'.ire setisfaction. 

C.A.TJTI01T. 

iv.ut let any druRgist or dealer urRe upeo to* ■ 
lldvn-nt »rticl«, as tbnr* is no prt'i>a]'iition in the worM 
kk* this, B«»v» of any article ruri>onini; t- Ik> tli-> 
■amu. 

Try 1I.\LL'8 HAIR Rr.NFWFJl accorJiiic tel>ii« 
Ueni,ai>.1 you will n»o 00 othrr. 

If not cold at druKgista In yenr town, a lri«l hoir... 
■all to sent you by vxpreas, npen rc<-cipt of one d.-ll.ii 
►y mail thus giving yon an opportumty at one* <* 
■ttting lU excclleni oualitiMi. 

•>der8 for trial ictUa must b« adarvMca to 

C. A. COOK, rbica{;o. 

Gen'l Agant for Northwestern States, 
R. P. HALL k 00, P^opri•to^^ Karfina. X. H. « 
Bold at WHOLBSALE, In Chicago, by FTLUKR, PI XOIt 
» FtJLLKR, BCRKHAMS A VAX SCIIAACK, LOUD A 
SMmi, gMTTU k DWTER, J. U. HJiED * 00.. 
CHAA 0. SSHTH, DtETZSCII, BUKKI A CO, IU 
KUVIL, W. D. HARRIS A 00, POST A BAPKAC, aiA 
br drossl*ts and dealers gensrallj. 
febis-is 




DEFECTIVE PAGE 



n 



T\ 



■i 



TILK 8ALNT PAUL FKlfiSSS, THURSDAY, MAliUH 1, 1866. 



L^ifBT sr TELEGRAPH 

Aut'ther Insurance Com- 
pany Failure in New 
Y ork. 



Tlic iiiiliaus rroiibli'Mtmo 
Muiiiiuia. 



ui 



THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



FH«>n NKW OHLFiANS. 



I'lKrt'r 



SKSSIDN. 









Mr 



Dt'uuuciutiou ol 
Seward. 



Kuiui»i'> ol Nt'iJous lUsiJtrt't*' 
iiu'iit> ill tho (abiiu't. 



tittMi v% Asiiii:«tiTo:v. 

Ai>oth< I I \|irr»it>a «l lltt" I*rr»t 
•lfB( « Varna V« a>hi»i;t«a Tnrliu- 
Irnir Hr |n<i 1 1 ft-uiu Ti-\u« I'abiQVt 
Muiuora *t. I ou>« l*oi(niM«ltT — 
^i*>4il Bill - Tfiinraore Mmwfor* — 
^•4i.*i ItrBttf't on*. 



Nbw York. Feb. ::?. 

rhi' Triburtt\i Wa-hington fpi'cialsays 
ibf rri-siilent was ^alltd upon last night 
by a Con^rf.-'Miian and S'sto Stnator. 
bi)th Ircni Xiw YorL. In (he course of 
ccnvortaiioti tb«' rrisidcnt said the test 
: * w -.5 a !iflt> too jevrre ; that many 
-. »hj par!iLipitt:J in the rebellion 
•"!■ u' gccd iBtn to ri'jui'sent tie Soiilhorn 
States in Congrcs,^. and that the test 
C3?h 03;:hc not to be applied to them. 

Hi> aiiJed fbvit a lutTv ca:h to support 
iko Coctiitutior w.i.< al! that was ne es- 
•ar\ , (or a man who wonM take that oath 
«S9 a lova! man. 

As to' ttie C'ounitutior.sl iimcadinent 
ih.»nt;int; the I ^ji< ot n-prt sTtatioo, the 
Piesidcnt .'•.livi that no ConslitiitioDal 
^ai^nJajv-nt ci^bt tv> h*i passed until the 
jiiiM " r.^l V-5t1.1 bo •;'i!tr free Irom ex- 
ci' '*o«thi m States reprc- 

«'■' ' ■ .-■ -s. 

In . v'r.'f.!-.;eijce it tho tiirbvi!ent dii- 
fCMiion luanilci^ted hy fooie portions of 
rhe people in \V.Nhii;«;ten, it baa been 
V to pat on an extra po- 
apitol during session 

t\'ui>\i k. of G«n. Grsnl's 

iivfl at ^Vasbiogton from 

in;{vrt.'nt reports for the 

• ifucral The Lieutenant 

h d W.i.ihicgton jesterdar 

.J a: oj!ie repaired to his 

-. ^!ii re 1.1- is now busily in 

.rv atliiirs. • 

^.'3^!iJ^glon special also 

a piorai-ted session of 



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Wasuim.i.'N, I'd' '-'J<. 
Skn.iTK. — 'Mie ijeuaie took up the bill 
to ^raut public lands to aid in the cou- 
strui'Iiou oi a railroad to the racitic, 
tlirou-;h Misiuuri and .Vrkauaas, l>v the 
soutbetii routo. 'I lie bdl iiicor]>orateti 
lb- .\ilauti> mud I'acilie Kadruad Coiu- 
pkiit liiil »uth»rT.-.o I' lu I'oustruct a 
lailioad troui Sprii'^lield, .Mu., to the 
l'.iii:'u' roast by a Muulberu route, and 
•^f.iun e*ei\ allernatu section ot laud 
iiliiiit; the n»ute to aid in the work. At 
(be c uiclusiuii ol the rcadiUij' of the bill, 
the rorniiij» bour expired and liirtber 
eousivieratiou o( it was puelpoued uii'd 
to worrow. 

Ml . Fcsteuiiiu, Irotu the liuauce eoui- 
uuitt e, reported the naval appiopriatiou 
bill lor the eusuitiij year, with certain 
aiufiidimtiti, whicU was orderid tube 
printed. 

Mr Johnson presented the credentials 
ol Williaui N. IVirv. i^ciutor elect Irom 
South C\irolm.i. wbii h weie ordered to 
lit* upon the ti^le. 

The com;urrent res jlation that no Sen- 
tor or repiescntative from a l.Uely seced 
eJ State ^baIl bo admitted until Congress 
.iliall have declared such State etttitled to 
representation, was taken up. 

Alf. Nye, ol Nevada, took the tloor 
He v'lre^sscd at jjreat lenjjlh the cause ol 
the w.ir, auH said lie would oppose (ha 
adaiission of (he Soitherv. representatives 
an I Si-natcrrs until (bey came here 
lu the pf?«OM et loyal men 
representing 1ot»i cotisiitueticies which 
they did not repr?sent at present. 
He lelt that heexprwsel the tonliment of 
a majority in (.'ongrejy ■vrbea b-.' said he 
hoped to see the Soutbcm Slates repre- 
sented here at (he earlie.t j)ossible day 
consistent with tie welfari^ e." the whole 
country. Nj otic would be more liapny 
to see peace and prosperity i'es«me their 
sway in (!«• lately rebellious JSt.ites. 

Mr. .ToLo<oa, ol Maryland, a'tlieelo'e 
o( Mr. Nye's remarks, moved that lifther 
consideration ol the subject be postpcHUfd 
till to-morrow. 

Mr. I'essendca deprecated (he sloiv 
maimer in which the debate- progressed. 
He .asked bow utaoy speeches were yet to 
be uat?e on the other side ? He gave no- 
tice that (o-morrow Le woubl ask the Sen- 
a'e to sit until it parsed thi.-i resolution, 
however late that might be. 

Mr. Hendricks, of Indiana, said the 
proposition ol Mr. Fessenden wa;* un- 
fair. Several speeches were yet to be 
made on bis [Hendriik'.i] side ol the 
House. 

Mr. Jobnsori withdrew his motion »o 
postpone. ni»d M.'. Stewart, ol Nevada, 
addressed (he fcenate on the pending eon- 
current resoliJfKin. He did not believe 
the resolution very important in itself, or 



¥<■«»«• I'wiiv ttmUwn— al<k«cry Ab«lla|lic« 
nirifror* AUow^al f"tfUlj, 

Nkw OliI.U.>.NS, l''ol>. 'JS, 

Siilet ol c. itton i>-day ;5,2UO baltM ; 
«alc4 to r tbreti ilays ,s,Ut*U , low middling 
t-a 1.? ; ninld) ing KmUi ; ttiigar i l^aLiJ ; 
gobl .»•» ; lrei}.'tii.t. New York, i, Liver- 
pool 3 I 1-U> oence. 

News troui iialvi^titon utato that the 
■rtN'le ill theeouattt>«iion was ordered eu- 
in-ocHiO, ai>oli*tiing .servitude except iur 
crime, prot*'ctf»g ptirsoua cf AJriean 
ihscciit 111 righf» ot property, allowing 
tbcia to testily iri <ourt), by a vote ol Oti 
kgaimi -l'. 

(utci-i«r buixai.* assiotaiiis report, that 
armed bands aic dklvjii^ United States 
Muldie.'v and uiallreatuit. laborers. Forces 
were scut (or their pru' ection. 

t'ropoate abiiut to bo abaudouud and 
the Irefihnen reinovt d to a place of 
salfty. 

Many cMinpotmd it tcresi counterleit 
notes are in tirculaCior ., dated Feb. Ijih, 
iMll. isevoral arres a have been made. 

The Mexican I'imti ol January :i?th, 
says several ex-eonle derates arrived at 
Cordova to BctUe. Tl le American eclony 
near Martian i^ «luing will planting cot- 
ton. .\ I'ortugiiese colony is fettling at 
Uuaehingo. 

Treasury agenta -i t ' Shreveport are 
taking measures ti> f<^i id all cotton stored 
there which has nof proper permits, to 
New Orleans. 

The steamer Missuu ri, for New York, 
and I'oneordia lor Ho,-( on, leave lomor- 
row. The eteamera (r imtiia and Mora- 
vian bave Saturday lor l.'verpool. 

ruon SAN Ffi :ancis€0. 

En<lor»ritiemt* of lllo I>r«al4«Bt UKiI 
CvDg-rca «• 



San Kkancisco, Feb. 28. 

The democrats held a very large and 
enihotiiastic meeting hero last evening to 
endorse the rrcudeut's jiL-tiou ; also et 
Sacramento. " 

The steamer Sierra Nevada arrivcid 
from Portland, bringing $132,543 in 
treasure 

The Nevada Senate htn endorseil Con- 
gress. 



Livte 



Moutaaa. 

^>I. Loiis, Feb. 27. 
news Irom Montana Territory 



stal'J- that the iudians are becoming very 
troublesome. Gov. Meagher has called 
for lire hundred volunteers to march 
against t'lleDi. 

»st«M«» in Couiavillr. 

LiOvisTiLLE, Feb. 27. 
The Fenians ^ad an imposing torch- 
light procession Iiwt uight, and an enthu- 
siastic meeting at th« co<art house. Some 
$l,WUwere coUecte-l. Judge Johnson 
presided. Speeches wcra mads by Messrs. 



yesterday it tb »h all the ! ^ 
re [irejetit. | ^'*' 



at any other time, l.'iit in (br present per- l)aly, Fitzgerald and Bfsnoan 
turbed condition vl the public mind it 
it was ol vast iuiportan'.'e. i-onsideriog 
the breach between th-? rresident and 
Corgress. This resolutioM wa? lrk^> a 
rivi;ltJ trivklini; down (be nioiinlain s>Je, 
capable n->w ol being turned aside wirh a 
spade, but which it was possible alio to 
augment wi'h 2 current ot discnrd dash- 
ing down iuto an e-SJ'iuiof trouble. 

Mr. Stewart proceeded with (Le de- 

e. 

Wasn.'.'Jt'K'N, Feb. "JS. 

Hoi's.; — The House re^uraed the eon- 



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etreulatiou that a s^r> ! 

1 pirirn exists between 

Ir^asiiry and the-JComp- sideraTion of the proposed Consthational 
r.errv. both in rt^sp-fct to Amendtimf. Mr. Davis heirg ectirfed to 
- • -v . ^^^ pclitical the door Mr .Ste-ens asked him to vjeld 
in order that he ?r:'ght have an imporfinf 
Jr>.. 'imrnt r»-ad ; ^\f AogiTS rose at the 
fime to a personal tspianuMon, be said 
h^ w?.s repre-ente I by !i;f Associated 
Pr«>s as ecdorsitig in bis s-t'tri o nn Mon- 
ilav the si'Ctch ot Wui. H Sewj:'d in 
N> w York. H>' did n<>' en 'orsi- Liui or 
li" si>tt-> h. but lb iiry J. UiwhoimIs. No 
iiMiiic having been niei:tiunt-d ibt-ri'i orter 
ni'iir.dly (clli'uotbt- iiii-takc ll"-b,nl not 
jet tergottfti tin- tinkling of .\lr. Si ward's 
bell, and be should be usbamed to en- 
ilorsc him or bis speech, and let it go be. 
lore his eon.s'ituents. 



JFire at St. Aiowi*. 

!?T. L*>ii8, Feb. I'^i. 
Loss by the burning of tftermeyer's 
mill vesterday morning is j!? O.'.'t.HV. In- 
sured for s'iS'.St.Ci. 

MONET.WRY. 



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[Hy Telpgraph.) 
Iferk noner Harhst. 

Nkw York, Ftb. :*.8. 

Gold a ihadc easier, opening 13CJ, adv. inc- 
ing to 137, and closing at 13Gj. 



'•'■■' . n has »4-cfd lur- 
L^nid po.<Tm»,-t«rr was 
■ ir on ai e unt of anun- 
-HT.j (h^- Pr«-id.nr is 
: .t Iif d rt .1' t' 1- gen- ; 
lb e wd« pfr- I 
"t tti"- Mi-^ouri 1 



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ii V-o''y li.- was re- 
:o'irce and none 
:•* bas bM »i 10 in- 



i .i-LiKi^K n spt 'ial sfivsa 

;>• eLiil-t;i »• wiMi siigget- 
T'lsrv id the Navy to 

. tn'B rr:' of ei'rtaio vol- 
tlte luvy bas hei-n con- 

lloutf raviil committee 
it to tbt House. It pro 

■ •: ef paii: the rumberof 
cf thf aijtive list of the 

:'!•(.! ; will-never any of- 
e shall be r>uioved by 

■:iu:: IT ciiierwise, and 

M sft create a vacancy 

■ S •'•" p'ace continues. 

:o tbc ijrade ol Rear Ad- 
irt d ll:t, shall be made by 

a Board ol Rear Admi- 
rals cf ihre-.' (.ouimodo.'es from the re- 
tire; list as most vcrtby in point 
of »baracttr, cbility and honorable 
ser.ict cTH r f whom tlall be selected by 
•ii t:: ' 'tut '.n the Stnate for 

cocuinu iv,.;. That of the ntmber of 
line ctH'.-ers of tie navy on the active list, 
five L:»r'" '■ ;; luodcri -. twenty Litut 
Mait>-r- i>ty live Ensigns shall be 

appcirir : , iho.-e cili'-ers who have 

eervtd ir. }.■■ ■. •untecr raval service for 
two years. A Ibard cfclQcers is to exam- 
ine and stUct ih-j ratJiilates. Any cffi- 
cer wto has ttrv; d for two years, has the 
right to ap[H ar 1 efore ihe Board to be 
ezanr'tied for appointment in the regular 
navy . 

Att'.r tbe tonsiifutintial amendment is 
di=po?'.dortc-day, the Hoiidc will take np 
the loan 1 ill, atid will pri bably pass th-i 
substitute t tiered by Mr Stev^nifor the 
regii! ir I ill irom tbe wa^ s i:ih| means <cm- 
mittte. 'I be -ubs'iti:tt n i-tiicts the dis- 
crtijoti <,1 ilr .neretar:, ol (lej Tressury 
and I u.!'' 'I— fereign loan ilau*''. 

'1 be 'Itiii'rt' special fujs next Sunday 
wdl "jrDpb.'.e ri.e yi^it tv ct the Sei.a'ors 
from Tenr'-srte. Mi.-:n. Fowler and 
PaU' rson, wire elected to their ciats iu 
theCiii'td .~- ■•e* Sei.at.. It is hirdly 
pC;.^ibIe tin' liits'; gel. tb men will le al- 
iowi d f{> t;il;i tb-ir heats before the first 



■'K4»31 Ni:\V VOICK. 



^fxjiU I><'HOunc»«l l>r dnrrinou — 
J<dnk Taiutiuu— Failure of .tnolbcr 
Anaiirktnci* <'oiu|»au* — .ll«>^ic'cia Xrws 
— ria^tnclnl Ruiaora— ft'irf. 



New Yoek, F'cb. 27. 
W'm. Lloyd (Jarrison delivered an ad- 

' drc s in lirooklyn last evening, lie de- 
ncuuctd Ibe Prtsident's policy in severe 
terms. He stated that Secretary Stsward 
mi^bt beltter have lallen under the band 

I cl tbe assassin Payne than to have parti- 
cipated in last Thursday evening's meet- 

! ing at the Cooper Institute. 

\ >'eiv YoKK, Feb. 28. 

j The Bar.k Committeu have returned 

[ from Washington, having acccuiplished 
tbe result of their missicn to the Secre- 
tary ot th'5 Treasury and Treasurer. 
The average deposits of the hanks are to 
be taxed ifer amcunt Jof checks drawn 
against accounls each day is deducted. 
1 he grots deposits will b5 rerurued and a 
separate account of uncollected chi rks be 
kept pla.-f d to t!:e credit ol tbe banis, 

Itisstattd in tlie Etming I'ost that 
tbe business of tbc Morris f;rc and inland 
insurance company will not probably be 
resumed, but the affairs of the company 
will be wound up by the payment of out- 
standing loHS'^f , carctllatiou of policies 
and division ol the surplus among the 
8(0' Ubobiers. Mr. lUrnes states the 
ag;;rf^atc assets are .*669,640.76, and 
tbe jiabiiiticp, in i.uding lo'sts oul.H'aud- 
ing. Is id to be .*229,8% 33), at $507,- 
;>•/• 3f». b avinj; a m.irgin of about -$90,- 
(Kiii Klter payment ol all (liiras. 

'fill- company think the lofsts will be 
fou':d to be smaller tbm eftimated and 
the Bssets greater. 'J be caose ol the 
failure b sdiititted to be the lar^c and 
bazaiduus bufiiess th': compcny has done 
wl.i^ li involved serious losses. The in- 
sui'd will probably roccivc iLe amount 



Sei):.torial ;, «-ar thall have expired. Tbe ' °' ''. '" I'":'"'''"" "O" unearned, and the 



arc 
appli- 



indi'atu;! ar. iba' r.buut tLrec fouitbs 
cf •' S ;i"-^ «illv<)l!: in favor of ad- 
IL. -.-mvc ffi'uibprs vrh< n the 

ino:.''->ri .■.■,!ii''? 'j[>. 

'IW l/ira/U's Washing' on special says 
tl p ^'r^•et.• ar'! full of ninsors of (Cabinet 
chaoges. 

(jtn. Luibri's arriy.il was suroi.scd by 
somi- to hbvc l.fi n dptumir.ed b> tbe late 
break betwe n tb< IV- sider.t and Lis Cab- 
inet, aid nrt a !ew bi'.i»ve le ronfidently 
rx] • ■ ' :; pi i • fLould any vaeaneies oc- 
cur. Ili' !■ .i i^if"-. !■► re is to dif'ind 
the «i;"''r'. t in otc r.r imjri suits 
brcugbi, up li .1 Iii(Ii:!na Ijr di-ubtful or 
i let.'il • \ 1' 1 • (.f au'boi I V and power. 

'U- //•'"'■'' \Vr.*bir.i;»on »p.-. ial also 
B»y.«. .'ome timr r-po a boBr*! of olliccrs 
was a|i(om'.d !.> ixr^iiti'-e appli-nnts (or 
tbe v:i' ni V ■• .Ti,f>i g (.Hi, t-rs ol the tegu- 
lar army, :\-, ]■ Jicw I xi't.a. 'lher<j 
about |. " [I.; «.-, (or wbich .S.tJi.lJ 
cation^ w i' iii.ido. S meibing |||<t;' -.'SO 
desTvi'^ - - 'iiTS, oiary of whom had 
served )ear3 ih tliv art.:y, jia«sed examin- 
ation befor • iM', br^^ard. It is stated, 
howv' •' '(.J nal riuniinalions for 
the pJ • \ivA n uiaiie Irom among 

car'lKj.i'i 3 pi.^-jcnted by Congressmen, 
ar.d who have rot i.-asstd tbe board 
The'-? nomit.a'ions w* re sent to the Sen- 
ate )esifriiay (or <:oiiliriiia'ion. 

1 be /ier.'Wg Wn.-hirgfcn i orrespond 
er.t w.e.s tSst i- i« uii>brsiaod that in bis 
Ian- (x.urMor. »o i»..^ \V.-.,t IiHiies Mr 
S-war-l ,.-l... r..,l » J.irt or in ibe ijUnrl ol 
St. I boiiMs t., lorm t r. n«li zvr.ui lor our 

"*'"••■' ^ ''- a>d lb;i? i e(»otiatioi h 

Willi til'- D.«" i-lj au'b'ri'iHs havf rejulter 
ir> .• < iir,. i; 11, I 111- (i..<. o( till- .,i(,iii . wLlcl 
V • r. rrr r.-. V .h. II, ,^^^. (;overii- 

Dent in case of a foreign war. 

' ii.lt i:IHl rit.n il ,\Jr. liillgh^Ul 

I'-* ''I- " ':> 'iciitiiriiril iriiievdin- 1:1 to a 

vof«'. II wiii i.. ,i,.t,ar..|. 

.\l.x>iH!,r U. Ste,,li,nj ,„ txpictrd al 
|-''in v i, wtf k, 



Turk Alo«-k Market. 

.N I- w YoHK, Fib. 2a. 

(iovtmnient stocks a sh>ide tirin»'r; U.S. 
•31 conpons KHJ ; di>. '62, 10.3; do TiS regular, 
V9, V S. .j'- 10 40 coupons, 04; Treusury 
iio'es 7 .SOV, 1st scries, W^ ; tlo. 2d series 99.|"; 
I), ii M. rertitieate.s i'lj ; .\ilanlic M. .*<. S. Co. 
ISl ; W. *J. Tel. i\'J; N. Y. t; !>-24 ; Erie 85; 
Hudson B. 30 104; Keiiaiiif; lOOh M. .S. 704; 
IM.C. ll.5,i-, Hxts. 7-^1; N ^. 275 ; Toi. l-'8; 
F. W. Ti-rre Hanie 31; Alton, iirel'erreJ, 118 

Ttie Conimtr.nal wiys ; A lietter tecling 
prevails in ilic miirkft. Them is a steady 
tluw of currency ttnisch receipts from the 
West. Tbe street is wslJsofrpllieil with money 
on call at i;cr7 per ccn:. Perhaps the prepon- 
derance of iransaclions i,«ingat a lower rate, 
discounts are raihcr more active. Paper has 
a freer currency, liut at lirn? rales, prime bills 
belnct 7(nr« per cent, aud KC»>d at HgO per 
cent It is impossilile lo conc3al the t.ict that 
at present the street is loud and unanimous in 
its complaints against the manaer in which 
the Trc.-isury gold sales :ird contJacted. The 
transactions are made entirely ttrongh one 
uroker, a relative of the head of the Depart- 
ment. Duringthe last two weeks aVoot Sbj,- 
(WO.OOO of gold has bee Q sold in this- -way at 
the ordinary commission of i per cenl 8ach 
large operations leave a handsome bro'teTage, 
which It is very materially felt, should cofl be 
confined to any one tirm. 

Stocks (iniet, except two or three ror4ls pb- 
dcr cli>:)ue management. 

Gold remains steady at about yestertlav's 
quotations. Custom demand moderate, fbe 
anticipation of over 94,000,000 of intere st on 
10-40"s falling duo to ni arrow, has its e.Tects 
upon premium. It ope?«{V and closed at 
1365. 



THK CIT Y. 

The BankiDf Bouse of Sawtion 
4L Oo.—JL Zrewnrm— Messrs. Wil- 
liam liaweon, Bobert A. Smith and L. K. 
Reed, have formed a partnership in the 
banking business under tbe tirm namo of 
Dawson & Co. They will occupy the 
new and elegant bui ding lately erected 
by Dawson and Nadb, on Third street, 
just abuvu Jackson, rossessiiig ample 
means and facilities, as well a.-4 large ex- 
perience, and enjoying, as they do, tbe 
entire coulideiieu ol their lelluw-citizens 
throughout tbe Stato, and of (heir corres- 
pondents abroad, these gentlemen cannot 
fail lu attract business to their bouse. 
Mr. Dawson, thu senior partner, is well 
known as an honorable and careful tiuau- 
eiur, who has weathered with unsullied 
credit every storm. Mr. Smith is our 
popular county treasurer, and his name 
iu this community is a synonym for integ- 
rity. Mr. Keed bas been long conueuttd 
with (be largest banking establishment in 
the northwest, is thoroughly conversant 
with the details of the business, and enjoys 
the confidence of the public. 
- - -•••- 

The ITew Opera Bonse -tirouud 
wUI be broken to-day for the new Opera 
House, which is to be built on the corner 
of Fourth ai^ Wabasha w streets. The 
building is to be erected by a stock com- 
pany, and il completed according to the 
present design will be an ornament to 
the city. The want of such a building as 
tbe one contemplated bas long been felt 
here and it is a subject for hearty con- 
gratulation that this want is to be soon 
(upplied. We have already given a de- 
scription iu our columns of the edifice as 
designed, and any alterations that may 
bo made will only be to improve upon 
the original plan. 

The movers in this new enterprise are 
certainly deserving of the thanks of our 
citizens for their efforts to supply a defi- 
ciency so much needed. We sincerely 
hope tbftt the investment may prove to 
them bigbty remunerative, as it no doubt 
will. It is intended, we understand to 
push the work forward as rapidly as pos- 
sible, and it is expected to have it com- 
pleted by early fall. 

Odd IRTeather in Oeorfia.— The 

following weather item we clip from llie 
Macon, CGeorgia,) Telegraph, of Feb. 
17(h, The extreme cold weather just 
passed seesM to hare been an exceptional 
one over tbe entire country, not even the 
Southern States vscaping. When rail- 
road locomotives freeze up m Georgia 
we [should certainly not complain at a 
similar occurrence in Minnesota : 

TuE Coldest Dat— Vesterday was by long 
odds, the coldest day, not only of this season 
but of any other since the memorable winter 
of 1835 and 06. The mercury fell as low as 
12 degrees, and everything exi>oscd to tbe 
weather was frozen stilT. Ths water in pitch- 
ers become thick ice, even where there had 
been tires during a good portion of tho night. 

Tbc water pipes to our engine were clogged 
yvith ice soon after our press was pat in motion, 
and hot water poured upon them only seemed 
to give them a coating as well as a lining ol 
the frozen fluid. Tho consequence was, our 
macbioery came to a stand still tjefore halt tho 
edition was worked off. This will explain 
the fai urc of our paper to reach many of our 
subscribers in due season. 

We learn there was mnch dilTiuUy in get- 
ting the locomotives on our raili-oa<l.s' to work 
and ni'jst of the trains left considerable be- 
hind time. 



Xrw YoikColton aisctkcf. 

New Y<!>Bii,Feb. 29i. 

XCotton a shade lower at 43(a'44. 



COMMERCIAL. 



[By Tplpgmpb.i 
Sen Vark Pr»«luc« IHarkv*. 

New Youk, Feb. 23. 

Flour .jc belter; S7.1.5fS7.17 extra state; 
.li«.10@5.b5H. Il-O. 

Gr.mn.— Wheat i(rt2c better #lfi7i(gl.7I 
No. 1 Milwaukee; <»1.72 refused for very 
choice do. Corn quiet .•nd very tirm ; 7-5@79c 
unsound; 40fi")0/,c sound. Oats steady at 
39(2'43c unsound ;"54(3.v>c sound Western. 

Fork hcavj at Jr28.37@23.62ii new, closing 
$28.37 cash ; f 28.00(528.12 for old. 

Dressed bogs quiet at 12J(gig4c \y9stein. 

Whiskey firm at ^Z.'Z9(c,2.30. 

Petroleum quiet. 



W. 



Ni > Yoi:K, Feb. 28 
'lb.- ' "'/'//(-ni«>',.* Wa..hit,jion corres 
pond.-Pt Ma'.^ibatri.n. (.; It. Com-tock 
ol <»en. I'Jrani'n ki,i(!'. wbn urrivi-d hf-n 
this morning Irom tin l:.o (;rau.!i'. bavirn 
visited the foriilicalion* and garrison.i 
reports matters thi re a . in a very disor 
gani/ed Kfate, but is ol opinion thai tbt 
preFCiit arTar'^;enn nt.-i of (ien. Sheri'Jsn 
«rf nj'h as will pretiere.- tbe peace. 

A.aximili.in's envoy is in Wasbinglor 
seeking rei orrni'ifn. rti.I eridcavorinfj to 
conciliate tur|ii'!'- ii" m. fie yvill be 



ppe«..nt at th'J 

liioister. 



rc'eplion of (he French 



stC'ckbold'TS may re ( ivc from thirty to 
forty per lent, if tbe amount ol their 
eub."i, liptions alter all tbe regular losses 
are paid. 

1 1 <-rc is lik'ly to be a conflict regard- 
ing Receiver. John R. Hackctt was 
jeslerday nain<d lor t! Kt tflice by Judge 
IJarn.ird, and this morning Air. Hackett 
lilerl bis bonds in the sum of $oO,0<JO, 
Mr. .Stapsbury has bicn appointed on the 
apiMi-'ati^n of ibe company and ol the 
asfi-ta'it Attorney (Jentral. 

New YoiiK, Feb. 28. 

Tbi U'o Gniiide Cunrier s'ates that 
iMf-t'irC) bas iio Fienth troops, and 
ciil> .'•"' Iinp«"ii»l Mixican troops. The 
ii'v il nearly ''esettid by it.i best inbabi- 
tan's, who liad gone t-j i^altillo, where 
tb'-ii- was a ¥t\ neb foic". Tbe abandon- 
mriif ol tbe place by Fieii'h troops was 
owri'g (o jeslousici en 'be p.art of (he 
Me\i<-^n cainmai.ders. The peof^bi de- 
?if d lb' ir ri-turn. 

Tbi- Mai on, Ca., Journal says the 
Nabbville & Cbaitariocga railroad bas 
bro-.igbt a suit again-st Ibtir late president 
dr p<-tmiltii:g ibu u.'^e ol tbe road by the 
lat'- rebel gov rninent. liam.-igf-s one 
million dollais. 

Tbe I'cd says Wall Street 13 more an- 
imated to <!ay in tcnse'|uence of the re- 
j.ort, which IS txti-niivfly b.-lieved, (hat 
ill U-KU bills will be made conducive (0 
mllition, and ibat (be (emper ol Congress 
is hostile to all lutasures looking toward 
'Oniiaciion ol greenback currency. This 
•1 in'erpreietl to be favorable lo higher 
I>r!i-.-s, and i' alrt-adv producing its c(- 
'•■•ti in rliuiulatini; specula'ion. It is re- 
(I'lii- il ih,4t ilu! ligblne-^ ol money and 
be I on-t i|iit nt loss ol cndii in London by 
'<-,,:, „ Ol Ih'- li'jiiiiiMr r.iilroad 1 nntnii'tors 

may deler lor sumu time tbe realization 
■ -..III,. c.( til,. |,|,,i,s |iii)|>ij^i.(i by Sir 
Morton I'eto wb.n in thig country, but 
(Jibing i.-y i-( jl:iinly kntinii. 

Tbs morning a lire iu Messrs. (!um- 

mings & Liickwoo.r.s hair Inctory, Nos. 

423 ami t_'.'> West 321 stret t, destroyed 

be lai-fory, tog'tlier with iu« eonttnta. 

Lo's .>5il.'>,')(l()— in.'uri d. 

Tbe Newark and New Jersey R R. 
^i!l was passed on its tbird rcaduig in 
• b*- New Jersey Senate to-day. 

In the case of Secore vs. Thiirlow 
^'eed, a inoti'ii was made in the So- 
on-inp Court to-day, to sei aside (he in- 
i'lreif n olrained again.'it the ilefenda it, 
to ri si rain him Irom a-signint? or parting 
wiib (eti,.(n inle..-' ,•(• im iI,:- Ni-v; Orleans 
and .San Franci'co Teb graph Co. The 
court reserwd it» d£cision. 



SECOND DISPATCH. 

New Yokk, Feb. 28—7 ili't. m. 

Flour, tomraon to medium grades, •« bet- 
ter, with a fair demand, in part for the Brit- 
ish Provinces; >7.15(S7.7o extra state; J8,10 
(JiS,G.5 extra K. H. 0., and 98,70@10.75 Uade 
brands ; market closing firm. 

Gbai.v.— Wheat 1 (a 2c better, with fair de- 
mand, chiefly for home use; $1.67@1.71 new 
Xo. 1 Milwaukee spring. 

Coffee dull. 

Sugar more active; Cuba muse. llC<*lUc. 

Petroleum dall ; 2f£i 29c crude, and 44C4'46c 
refined in bund. 



miwitukes Prodaca Market. 

MiLWAi KEF, Feb. 28. 

Flour steady ; X winter ®7.00 ; choice super- 
fine $0 00. 

Ou.MN.— Wheat active and 2(2240 higher ; 
No. 1 spring store Sl.24(f'l.24j. Oats steady 
and nominal. Corn firm, barley Arm, Rye 
advancing, and buyers offer 53c (or fresh re- 
ceipts of No. 1. 

Drc'sed hogs firmer; average heavy at 
*1 1 W ; average 2.}0 at »ll 3-3. 



A .Spicy Nol« (roiH Aiiuku. 

Anox*, Feb. 27, 1800. 
K !ilorfl .St. I'aul Prfis. 

Iu (he St. I'aul I'l'.ii.s.s of Ibe 2lth inst., 
under (he head of " Water cure patients," 
etc., occurs the following: " Dr. Nevins 
bas pnrebascd the hotel at Anoka, and 
will run it during the coming season." 

TL. .-e lines beiog placed under such 
headings would lead many persons t« 
suppose that Dr. Nevins will run the hotel 
as a water cure. As such is not the case, 
I respcctlully ask you to correct the par- 
agraph alluded to. 

The hotel at Anoka has been purchased 
by me, and not by Dr. Nevins. I intend 
t3 enlarge it, and run it cxdwiively as a 
hotel ; and I can assure you, sir, that 
•• serge pantaloons" or " bombazine pet- 
ticoat" will nut be allowed in the house, 
neither will the bu'el be tinctured in the 
»li};b'est degree with " water cure." 

Hoping you will do me justice in this 
matter, 

1 am, sir, rcspccifnlly, &c , 

KEUUKN F. LITTLK. 
rropri«lor Anoka House, Anokn, Minn. 

TiiKOAT DitaasKs.— " We would call 

attention to 'Urown's Bronchial Troches." 
Wc have found ihem cfflcacions in allaying 
irriiation in tbe Throat and Ijronrhia, and 
woDliI rnmrncud them to ibe attention of Pub- 
lic .Spcakora and others troolilcd with affec- 
li >ns of the Throat. Tliry ure also an cxcel- 
Icii' r.-Riedy for llonrsmcH^ resulting from 
cold."— Cnnyrrgadonaliit, Boit>yn. 
fcb2lcod&wlw 



Real Estate S^lcs —Among the 
tales within a few days by Col. Hewitt, 
are the following in St. Paul, to our own 
estiz'.ns, for cash : 

House, and lot on Pearl street to Geo. 
Seiberf, for .«!1450. 

llri- k hous'-. and two lots on corner of 
Pleasant and Chesnut streets, (o Dr. A. 
G. Hrisbine, for .$3,600. 

Brick house and lot on Fort street, to 
■>Vm. Dawson, for $4,000. 

Four lots on Rice street, to M. M. 
Forsyth, for .$1,200. 

Two lots on Kelson Avenne, to E. W. 
Forsyth, for $550. 

Five lots on Jackson street, block 2, 
Tucker's addition, for $1,325. 



Tlie WTeekly Press with the usual 
twelve column supplement is issued this 
morning. It is just the paper to send 
abroad, abounding, as it does, in local 
and legislative news, while proper space 
is given to tbe exciting political news of 
the past week. For sale in wrappers at 
the counting room. Price five cents. 



Police Coart-— A negro, bearing 
(he hallowed name of George W^asbing- 
ton, was yesterday arraigned at the Po- 
lice Court, on the charge of " disturbing 
religious services.*' lie was fined five 
dollars and costs, and in default of pay- 
ment was sent to jail. 

SiStriCt Oonrt- — The case ot the 

State rs. Wm. Rosecrans, indicted for 
assault w'(h a deadly weapon, was up in 
tbe District Court yesterday. It was 
given to (be jury at a late boor last eve- 
ning. 

f i 

Znsnrancet — ^We invite attention . to 
tlie of&ciai statement of the condition of 
tbc Madison (Wis.) Insurance Company. 
It will bo seen that the assets, as com- 
pared with its liabilities, arc very large, 
indicating complete safety to those in- 
eurwJ. This company enjoys an excel- 
lent reputation in the Northwest. 
--♦•♦- 

l-TlQirKTTK AT THE WhITE IIoUSE. — 

" Kveniag dress " is not required at the White 
Uouso reeeptions. Sack coats and calico 
dresses are not bars to admission. But tbe 
wearers are expected to wear sacks aud cali- 
coes of the tight kind. The pUce to buy the 
"right kind" is at Elfclt's dry goods store. 
They always keep the latest and most ap- 
proved styles. 

Xjocal Notices. 

At Whitney's Gallery a full assort- 
ment of Minnesota Views, of all kinds, In- 
dian Pictures, &u., &c. Also choice Paintings 
and I'lngravings, cheaper than the cheapeit, 
ai half cost. .j-An21-tr 

G. Uaunciikuss'Eukkka UaikInvio- 
oa.vTOii, for sale by Chase & Allen, 323 Third 

street. 

- — . ■■■ 

Kkri'AI.i.'s Amboline for the bair, for 
alu by Cbass &. Allen. 323 Third St. 



LuBiN'tt Hair Dressing Floribine for 
sale by Chase A Allen, druggists, 323, Third 
street. 



Mi(. C. W. Smitu, that paragon of 

cooks, and prince o* caterers to refined appe- 
tite, can still bo found at hi8 first cl.>n8 
KE8TAI.-KANT, ott ThirJ Street, op|>ositc the 
old American. This establishment is now 
considered a credit to tho city, where gentle- 
men of delicate taste can find any thing to 
tempt the palate — Wild Game, Domestic Poul- 
try and Meats, and Fish of all kiuds— and 
cooked as only tho accompliskcd Smith knows 
haw to cook thorn. Perfect satisfaction is 
guaranteed. 

The Wines and Liquors are tho best to be 
foand in tbe cily, and Smith invites a test ot 
thair aiecks. fS-ly. 



Go to Bryant, Siratton & Pirkey's St. 
Paul Commercial College and get a Business 
F.ducation. Rend for "College Monthly,'" 
which gives full p.irticulars. Address 
BRYANT, STRATTOX & PIllKKY. 

f«bl7eod-dtw*wly H. Patil, Minn, 



R. O. BWKKNY & Co., Pharmacku- 

Tinm A.N i> Ai-oTiiKcAHii-jt. — Oarefully selected 
Drugs, Cheiuleuls aud Family Medicines. 
Preseriptioos eompouiidcd with care and (lis 
patch. Perluuierii>s, Fxtraets for the Ilan d 
kerehiel', Fumigating Pastiles, Cologne, Ver- 
bena, Millelletir, Orange, Violet aud Bay Wa- 
ters ; Port iU-rs, lloiigcs, Cosiuelies, DCBtilrLCeti, 
Loiiuus ;iiid all thu appliances of thu Kle^ant 
Toilet. Ilair, Cloth, Tuolb aud Flesh lirushus, 
Towels, Pockel-book.s, &e.,&e. 

Arliluial llumau Fyes, Truss, s, Uaiidugcb, 
bupporters, Ac, &e., fitted by an cxpeneiiced 
and ekllKul operator. 

R. O. SWKKNY & CO., 
211 Third street. 



Srvi.K Asu CoMtviitT. — 1 have secured 
the services of J. W. Dow, late Dow & Brant 
Uentlemen wishing a neat, durable and easy 
fitting tiout, gaiter, or balmoral, made liom 
the best Freuch call, should call. Also ladies' 
kid, serge, morocco gaiters, balmorals, &e. 
Repairing neatly douc. 

DANIEl, FLVNN, 
jall-lt 180 Third street, ^^uiut I'uul 



IIumnktt's Okikmal 'Iooth Wa.-^u 

is worth all other denlcfriccs. See Burnett's 

Floral Handbook. For sale by Ej^wahu H, 

Brios,,St.Paul. 

■»»^- 

VkVL RiKUKR, Druggist, Third street 
Upper Town, keeps constantly on hand J, C. 
Oswald's pure native wines for medicinal pur- 
poses, consisting of Blackberry, Cranberry 
Curraut, Raspberry, Rhubarb, native and 
Clinton Orapo, which he will sell at wholesale 
or retail. Also pure French Brandies, Hour 
bon and Ryo Whiskies, Bitters of all kinds, 
at wholesale and retail. All kinds of Drugs, 
Medicines and Dye Stnfl^, as well as Porfu- 
mery and Toilet articles, at wholesale and 
retail. Prescriptions carefully prepared at all 
hours. ie8 17 

BOARD OF" TRADK 

Of the City of Saint Paul. 

UFKIC£K8 : 
rreaUent—D. W. Ingc^rsoll, 
Vic* President— VeUr B<>rke7. 
Treaiurtr—U. Knox Taylor, 
.Sfcrtfcirj/- W. S, Combs. 

BOARD OF DIKKCTUR6, 
Wm. I.ee, Joseph Weide, 

R. O, Strong, C. D. htrong, 

J, B, Braili-n, 8. L, Vawter, 

A. S, Klfelt, R. C. Munger. 

T, K. Cherltrfe, f9b2 thmr 



FROM WAtHlNBTON. 



Minneapolis. 

By oar own Reporter. 

Si. Paul & Palihc Bailuoad. — A 
new engine bas been placed upon this 
ro.id, and preparations are being made 
for greater accommodations in the spring. 

f.'oi'.K ECTION.— It is Dr. Bowman, in 
Centre block, to whom we referred yes- 
terday, and not Dr. Brown, rb (he (ypes 
made us ssy. l('s M the same, however, 
so long asjou go (o Centre block for 
dendstry ; only a man likes (o be called 
by his right name. 

Wkdxesdw, 4 v. M. 

MiNNKsoiA Ckntkai,. — The train 
which left Faribault yesterday luurning 
reached here at (wo o'clock this morning. 
Below Eoscmount tbc drifts on tbo track 
were dug through with sbovel.i. Tbe 
snow plow would not work, owii.g to tbe 
snow beiug liruily iiube'.lded iK^getber, 
Superiuleiideiit Sbepard is enliiied lo 
great credit lor bis enterprise aud en-Tgy 
in bringing th-- Ir.nn through 

The Last Co:<ci:ttT. A line audmnc! 
were in attendance at the concert ol the 
Musical Union lad evening. The cbo- 
rui'-s were well given, coiisidtring that 
the perforinera were, with but few excep- 
tions, marly all amateurs, and this tlieir 
first appeaiancu-. The piano solos of 
Mr. Bowman evinced masterly execution 
and were we>l received. Thu deep si- 
lence as the finishing note of "The Last 
Hope," by Gottscbalk, fell upon the ear, 
showed the depth of feeling the artist bad 
awakened. Tbe male voices in tbe quar- 
tettes and solos were also well sustaioed. 
A second grand concert, with change of 
programmii. will be given next Wednes- 
day eveijing. 



Closing Out Sale. — E. L. Allen now 
offers to close out his stock of wintar goods 
at cost. Ladies and geHtlemen, now is yonr 
time. All wool Empress Cloths 8*1.20 to §1,50, 
French Mennoes from 90 cents to $1.25, En- 
glish Mcrlnocs 50 to GO cents. Plain and 
check Flannels, Clotts, Cassimercs, Over and 
Undershirts, all at cost. Sheetings, Shirtings, 
Denims and Stripes, always on hand at the 
lowest market price. Second door below the 
Post Oliice. K. L. ALl.EN. 

mwm 

St. Anthony. 

By our own Reporter. 

Festival.— The ladies of the Congres- 
sional Society will give a Grand Fair and 
Festival at the Winslow House, St An- 
thony, Friday evening, March 2d. Re- 
freshments, oysters, ice cream. Fruits, 
&c.. will be provided. The entertain- 
ment will be enlivened by music, tab- 
leaux, &t;. Admission 25 cents. 



StiilwBler. 

By oar own Reporter. 

Shouluek Dislocatku. — Mr Proctor, 
Prison Warden, on his return from the 
ball at Marine, last Thursday morning, 
got his shoulder dislocated, and received 
some other injuries, none, however, of a 
■erious nature. He was unhitching his 
horses from the sleigh when one of tliem 
started suddenly, jamming bitn against 
tbe side of tbe building, and his arm be- 
ing, at the same moment, uplifted, caused 
a dislocation of tbe sboul Jer. The dama 
ges were speedily repaired, however, nnd 
v/e noticed him on the street to dsy. 

Seriou.sly Huut. — Coasting is ac- 
knowledged by all lo be rare :-p'.'rt, bir 
like many other kinds of 8por(, ii. bas its 
little diuwbacks. (Being ubli^' d to 
drain back the sled might be counted one, 
but that isn't wbit we refer to ) H'ln 
n ing oir tbe track ititn a ditch, plunging 
with lightning spe d into a liugt; ilrilt, 
bting run into by a rival sled, yciing over 
tbe bliilT heatlforcruo'<t, or being sutldonl) 
•ripped up by.' unconsciously ini-etiiig a 
sled coming down, as you are toiling up 
the ascent with your sled, might b<- cu- 
umeratid asa flw oftbejietly annoyances 
and inconvenic:i'.'es attending ths e.\bil 
crating nuiuM'm"iit. We have, how>'Ver, 
rarely known of any serious injury arising 
from any of the v.irious ways enumer- 
ated, excepting (h« latter. A case ol 
this kind occurred on oar etreels a 
few evenings ago. A Miss Malcolm, 
while standing or walking on the street, 
was struck by a sled going at a rapid rate, 
and thrown violently upon tbe frozen 
track, injuring her head ({uite seriously. 
She was delirious during tbe entire right, 
but we have heard nothing Irom bt^r since 
that time, and trust she has recovered. 
Too much care cannot be exercised by 
those who participate in this kind cf fun, 
both those who are doing the standing 
around and those who are sliding. 

Mite Socthty. — 'fhe Myrtle Street 
Mite Soiiety meet.-' this week on Friday 
evening, with Mrs. David I'rcscott. All 
those who di'sire. to enjoy a pleiuant eve- 
ning woubl do well to attend. These so- 
cial gatherings aro becoming very popu- 
lar, and aro largely attended. The last 
one at lie v. Mr. Boutwell's was attended 
by nearly one hundred persons. 



A V XO. il3» THIRD •*] 

you miy buy a Urgn tiz« 
^to-^^ftv-K Oook HtO'VOt 

At » groit Darg.ilii. It ia uU oomplet', with 
Copper Boiler, Renervoir, 4o,, fto., belongiaf to 
family Isavioc St. Paul. fobiM 



InioifMliiK l><-r»»uniil and Po- 
litical lit'in^. 



Wa.mii.m.io.n, February 2.j. — Thurluw 
Weed telegraphed from New York on 
Friday, afur /mdiiig the President's 
coarse end ollelisive spt ech o^Xharsday, 
as lollows : 

'• To .Senator Morgan . All ritjhl hire, 
ni WasUiigtoii aii'l in the country. The 
wuik is dolii: " 

The lulluwini; denpntch has been re- 
ceived lit Wasliiiigioii from Mr. Reward: 
Ni:w Vc.iiK Feb. 23 —It is all right 
and Sale. The nation is restoied and the 
eouiitr) Is i-ati . Tbe I'reeidenl's speech 
is triuiiiphaiil, and the country will be 
happy. (Sigiiid) 

"W. 1I.SE\V.\RU.' 

The Utiuld'.i Washington sp'icial says ; 
•'Mr. Sew.ird's ^peech bilbie the (.'oopir 
Institute meeting is invested with addi- 
tional iiittri'st aud«ignilic.in<.-u by the fa';t 
of his receiving (wo or three dispUcbes 
from Senator Nye and others in this city, 
stating (hat ibe President had made a 
terrible speech— one that he could not 
possibly approve, and that mutt inevita 
bly break up tbe Republican party. Mr. 
Seward was not deterred, however, and 
on learning what the President had said, 
telegraphed a full and cordial ajiproval." 

Telegrams were setit from hero last 
night to (Jen. Grant, who was in New 
York, by friends iu whom he had confi- 
dence, advising him to keep away from 
the Cooper Institute and any entangling 
alliance. Satisfactory replies were re- 
ceived during the evening, lie will go 
next to Boston. 

Gov. Denison and the President are in 
receipt daily of large numbers ol tele- 
grams and letters from various points in 
the West, claiming that the parties send- 
ing them are representive men, and that 
tbe President will be sustained in the veto 
and in bis speech. Upon tbc other ^idc, 
Republican members are receiving most 
overwhelming appeals to stand out for 
their rights, and not to allow men with 
the crime of (reason confessed to sit upon 
tbe jury to try their own cases. Gov. 
Denison considers that he is indorsed by 
his friends in Ohio for taking his present 
course, while the President bas not tbe 
slightest doubt ol success with the people 

Ex-rebel Gen. Echols, who is now 
President of a National Ban k at Staun- 
ton, Va., upon being asked to-day what 
he thought of the President's spec-Ji, re- 
plied : " I am not surprised at it ; a man 
who has 'got into the habit of making 
stump speeches can never get over it." 

While Secretary Seward calls tbe Pres- 
ident's harangue a triumphant vindication, 
and Senator Morgan indorses the wbo!e 
of it, including its personal abuse, many 
of the friends of Mr. Johnson are attempt- 
ing to throw tbe speech entin ly aside, as 
an unimportant and hasty talk ; but some 
of bis coulidential friends have broken the 
force of this excme by asserting positively 
that Mr. Johnson only toik the position 
assumed in his speech after mature rellec- 
tion, and that in thu whole matter he was 
cool and deliberate. 

It has been ascertained that tbe Frecd- 
men's Bureau bill was submitted to tbe 
President, before it was reported to Con- 
gress, for his objections, and that he 
made none whatever ; but. on the con- 
trary, most, distinctly conveyed the im- 
pression (hat be wouid sign it. 

At (heladie.s' re<-eption at (he White 
llousd on Frid.i} afternoon, many of the 
representatives of tb«i old society of 
U'i'.shington were present. Among the 
carriages belore the door were a number 
which bad nut stopped there before since 
Mr. Buchanan lelt the bouse. 

The influx of Southerners since yester- 
day morning has been unusually large, 
and four or five limes as great as during 
liny similar period. 

A despatch from Baltimore says the 
call for the mass meeting to be held there 
on Monday, in support of Johnson's 
policy, is signed by a large number of 
men who served in the rebel army. Not 
five men who voted for Abraham Lincoln 
have allowed the use of their names. 

Heturned soldiers of I^ee and Mosby 
have been cheering Jeff. Davis and An- 
drew Johnson for the last two days. 
There is bu' one sentiment amoug the 
Union men tc stand by Cingrcs^. 
> « < « » 

UNION CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUS' 



Counselling of ItIoder.itiou. 



Wasuingtox. Feb. 23.— The joint cau- 
cus to night ol both Houses has been in 
session since half past 7. Over a hundred 
R*-presentatives and over twenty Sens- 
tors are present Vice-President Foster 
IS in tbe chair. With few exceptions fbe 
caucus bids lair (o be unanimous in its 
action (o sustain the dignity and rights 
ot Congress. 

10:15 r. M. Tb" caucus bus just ad- 
journed. Speeches w."re limited to five 
minutes, and nearly every member said 
EOiuetbing. All counseled moderation, 
not to go into a fight with the Prc-ident, 
but to appeal to the people to sustain 
them in what (bev deemed right. It was 
resolved to appoint a committco of one 
from eath State, and (bat tbe commitee 
hive power to select a sub committee of 
sev'-n, wiib poivtr to lai-e funds in wliot- 
ever amount is in.ces.^aiy, (o circulate 
doeutuents and enlight' 11 tbe ptople 

'I'he National Committee is composed 
as follows ; 

Maine, Lot Vi. Moirill; New Hamp- 
shire, Ma'-ston ; Vermont Woodbridge ; 
Ma5sacbusett.8, Ames ; Rhode Island, 
Jeickes; Connccticiii, Warner; New 
York, Hart ; New Jetscy, Starr; Penn- 
sylvania. Kelluy ; Maryland, Thomas; 
t*hi >, tSchenek ; Kentu -ky, AlcKee ; Indi- 
ana. Laue ; Illinois, Mou'toa , Missouri, 
McClurg; Michigan, Chandler; Iowa. 
Kirkwood ; Wisconsi'i, Cobb ; California, 
I'onness; Minnesota, Donnelly ; Oregon, 
WilliauH ; Kansas, Clark; West Virginia, 
Latbatu ; Nevada, Nye, 

Arrio.N or union congkessmen. 

Th? criticisms of tho President upon 
t;ongress have, eo far as the radicals are 
concerned, created no surprise — the most 
mo ierate men ia the House to-day, even 
Mr fclPvens. who, to numerous friends 
who kept clustering around his seat, as- 
sured them that ho did not deem it nec- 
essary to notit^e (ho assault made upon 
him by the President. Some were for 
iminediate action, but it was almost unan- 
imously considered that it were best to 
do nothing rashly, but to meet in caucus 
to night, and have a full and free consul- 
tation over (be ^itustion, and to do what- 
ever was to be done as a solid column. 
Bin tbe Sf.nate the same policy was gen- 
erally approved of, Mr. Fessen'den, how- 
ever, having set a day for calling up the 
joint re.iolution whiib the President hid 
assailed, was ib'tf-rmined to do his duty ; 
and (hough (here wire a nunib-r if .St-na- 
tors who (hoiiglil it best to w:.it a few 
days. Mr. Fcsseiideu insiv'fd upon at 
tacking Ilic l'residen('s tin orics, charges 
and specilications ; and I'l th-s the Senate 
susiamed him. 

Mr. Fejbendi'ii. in a speech of over two 
hours, dissected I he. rrosident's doctrines 
and showed (heir unsoundness and im- 
propriety, to (he entire satisfaction of tbe 
Senate and gallerie.-<. Messrs. Cowau, 
Doolittle and Johnson made several fee 
ble attempts to explain away their pecu- 
liar position and defend the President, 
but only made matters worse. 

During Mr. Fessenden's criticism, a 
number of representatives came over and 
took seals on the solas. At one time 
over filty were present. 1'haddeus Ste- 
vens came in, and a general buz ran over 
the galleries, thai bade fair to break out 
in'o applausv as he crossed the floor; but 
the President's hammer loll, and a Sana- 
tor, rising, gave Mr. Stevens his seat, 
which was next to Mr. Sumner's, The 
two entered into a conversatioo, and the 
galleries quieted down. 

Govs. Fenlon of New York and Cox 
of Ohio'weru present dnriug tbe debate. 

—Alexander U. Stephens made a 
speech at Itilledgcvillo. on tbe 22d, in wbicb 
he indorsed the President's reconstruction 
policy, and declared that "All obstacles should 
bo removed which can possibly retard the 
blacks from being elevated to tho extent of 
their capacity." 



■.ATB asfra Mtmm: 

—Pollard, on the resumptioa of his pa- 
per, (he Richmond graminer, lays of the 
President : 

To bis kind and considerate bcsrinir, uod to 
his sense of justice, I feel that 1 jwe the res- 
toration ot my papir. Witboat altempting 
to entt-r upon details of mv interf icw, i m»y 
say. with propriety, that enough traospired to 
convince mo that the President is ilie true 
Iricnd of the Kouth, and that it is the duly of 
our (leople, as it shall b« our ple««ure in the 
lutiiie to extend 'o Uim a cordial aud gener- 
ous support. 

— An aflray ooourrBd at Deerlield, 
Warren county, Ohio, on the.2Jd i It , between 
Dr. Littleton and Wm. Lee of that place. Let's 
entrails were tut so that they proiiuded from 
his liody, ibakiiigit highly improl^able tliat be 
can survive. Dr. Littleton is at tU-banon, 1:1 
the custody of the authorities. I be trouble 
originated la soiue laiuily ditllculiy. 

— In view of tbe Pre,:idenl a vet'j tbc 
following explicit stalem.-nt by the txlitmdy 
conservative Washington corre -pondeut of 
the extremely conservative Cim iiinaM '-V//n- 
rnerctul, l*eeomeK interesting : 

"The Bureau Bill was originally prepared 
by tien. Howard, and revised in lonsultution 
with Senator Trumbull. /I iraj then mOmtlttd 
to the J'retidenl, who examined it with onud- 
trable care, and approved it cordially." 

I'cciing in the South on the 
Veto. 

Wasmim.io!.-, Feb. 2.5. 
The subjoined extract* from the edit- 
orial in the Norfolk Post | ortrays tbe 
feeling produced in the South by (be Pre- 
sident's veto of the Freedma I's Bureau 
bill ; •* All the Southern papers received 
here arc jubilant over tbe defeat ol that 
Vital measure. Since the ciorning of 
July 22, 1861, when the n'jws ot the 
great Southern victory, a<;bieved by 
Beauregard over McDowell, and tbe 
awful, terrible rout cf tbe Federal army 
on tbe plains of Manassas, was borne 
through the South on the wings of the wind 
as it were, carrying joy and tribulation 
into every Southern household, and glad- 
dening every true Southemei , there has 
been no news received with to much re- 
joicirg by the paople of the South as that 
contained in (he dispatch informing them 
that the Preside n* had vetoed the Freed- 
men's Bureau bill. This is tbe greatest 
vcitory they have achieved during the 
war — greater than any feats of arms of 
Stonewall Jackson or of Robirl E. I^e, 
and it bas given them more pleasure than 
had General Lee been elected governor 
ol Virginia. They have found an ally 
in tbe President worth inoi-e to them 
than the alliance of France and England. 
They now begin to sec, even as they saw 
toresbadowed at Manassas, tt e final (ri- 
iimph of the gieat Southern cau-e The 
Republicans have been ignommiously de- 
feated and driven from (he field,' and 
nothing can save them from total annihi- 
lation. All that ia necessary for tbe 
South to do is to continue to hold up tie 
President's bands and wage a 1 unr-easing 
and bitter warlare against the Republican 
Congrt BS. Tbe stone that the bvilders re 
je.cted bas become tbe head ol the corner, 
and Andrew Johnson is now eushriued in 
every loyal Southern heart. They will 
accept no terms from radicabi ; they ask 
no favor, and exptct none. Fanatics 
may roar and hiss, but their claws are 
cut and their fangs are poisotiless. The 
watchword must henceforth be Johnson 
and victory ; aud although (lie odds are 
as four to one against them, t id tbey not 
carry on fo ir years of op' n war in the 
field suc'Xissfully against still gre.Hter 
odds? A fig for your Republican Con- 
gress. We have a President with abio- 
lute powers, who can carry jii the gov- 
ernment good enough for th'S sec'ion 
wi'hout the assistance of Cor,ires3." 



■ I » I » 



The Northern Pacific ICailroad. 

x.e;patcb to tbe Chicago Trit>UDe. 

WAsnixGTON, Feb. 23.— Mr. Rim- 
sey's Dill,iotrokucedintbe t'eoate to-dav, 
to se -ure the spei dy construction of the 
Northern Pacific Railroad and telegraph 
authorizes tbe fecre'ary of tbc Treasury, 
whenever the commissioners of the road 
shall report the completion ot I'-dO or 
more consecutive miles of tbe road, to 
pledge tbe credit of the Go c/nmeut to 
tbe payment of the interest on tbe stock 
at the rate of C per cent per 2nnum. pay- 
able semi-annually at the rati of $2(.>,000 
per mile, for that portion of the road locat- 
ed east of t'ne 101st meridian, and for tb.at 
portion locoted between lOlst and lllth 
meridian, at the rate of S32,0OO per mile, 
and for the portion between (he lltb me- 
ridian and tbe Western point of the ter- 
mination of the road at the rate of 
$43,000 per mile. The bill also at^thor- 
izes the Treasurer of IbeNortbern Paeifij 
Railroad Company to pay into tbe U. S. 
Treasury, semi-annually, every year af;er 
the completion of the road, I'O much of 
tbe net earnings of (he road as may be 
BulTcient to pay tbe interest oq the stock. 
The Secretary of tbe Treasurr is also eu- 
tborized, whenever bethinks if necessary, 
to appoint an inspector to examine the 
books and accounts of the co npany, and 
to audit the net income. Tbe bill further 
provides that the patents and list^ of 
lands granted shall convey the fee simple 
to the company, and that none of tbe lands 
so granted shall be subject to iny general 
or local tax until they shall have been 
sold by the company. 



LAMB KNITTINe MACHINE. 

THE CROWNINtt TRIUMPH. 

THE COMPLETE KNITTER 

OPKBATING ON AN ENTIRELY NEW I'KIN- 
CIPLF. 

miKI« MACHISE KiVlTN TUB 

M. U EEL into th« st-jckior, an>i narrows oil'the 
(oc— it set-* up its own work— '.t wi'l^n.-s am! nir- 
rows, and knits tabular, doubl<> and Hat with tvl- 
vldge; , prodacing all kinds af fanitv fabrics and 
knit goiidfl In use — it kuits a yard < f plaia work 
ia ten miuutes. a p»ir ol rocks' in t>if my minulee 
— it kDilB any kind of )arD, wool< n or cuttoo, 
loose or firm. In short, tbe mojt |iroliuiblp ma- 
chine ever invented for woman. F-ico as low ■» 
any 0/ the old circalar machine*, iigpnta wimt- 
ed in every coanty In the State. S -ud for circu- 
lars, addrccMnit ths 

LAMB KSlTTINOMaCllISKCO , 

_ <eb2''-dAwly. Dave iipo't Iowa. 

GmAJID I.IVE IIXOCK -Ik HORSE 
8ALKS FAIK, ATOSSSO, tdlTlXhAU 
PKAIRIE, Hennepin c.unty, Mmn, on the 9 >c- 
ond Wondayof every raonih. Ktrmp r« slioujd Ix-ar 
In niinil, thut thotc Moiitlily Kjir- ar« fctiondet 
Dumerouely by Batcliprv, CarUe and llursp deal- 
em fToin abroad, as well as K4rra>"6 wanting to 
purchase ttock, and by brlogiug tlir jr ttock. ihry 
wisli to dlspoFe of IiPr*, they will i.'btain good pri- 
ce'. Those wishing lo buy, wi I fliid a lK<tt<<r va- 
rielv of stock herp, than any where .'1*0. 

TheurdorMgDedhtTft perf«<l ai-ringcni<>i!ls for 
acccmmodafing all that vinlt the siIp», and alfo 
their ."lock. 

R.NIGiiF.I.I^K »C0., 

mar.tw-3t. 



E. I>. IC. K A I\ I >^ 1 .1 ^ 

l>>aier i> 
tiKKMAN. tKKNCUAtiP F.V'II.I.'-ll. 

TOYS K\\) FA!\tV U(HM»S, 

Oiitlt*ry, Combs, I'ertaiinTV, 

Brushes, Toilet Soap, China Ware, 

l>ll>E!^, BEAUS, UIKU K-At^KM, 

and loys of every deiicrlpiioo 

urn Third-st., St. Paul, Minn. 

oot24-t^m 

W\KTKD-\QENT8 WAKTIU in every 
township to Wisconsin, HInueAOta nnd Iowa, 
to ecll mv oladtic lockmitrh "OKII-:M'AL'' 
K*MILY"SKWINO MACIIINK, (pioc fjo ) It 
will do all klndu of work that can .><> done upon 
any nuchinn, hlf h priced or low, in a luoitt «»■ 
;«('ri(>r manoor. It l« ftilly warramvd and kept 
in ordiT thrrt! year*. Scud fordrctiUr ami t. rmn 
toBRenl^. AddrPKS, witli ^itau1)l, HAMILTON 
TKOK, .-{UJ Kaet Water iUeet, MiUaukie, WIe 
consln. fiti, .■j.fin, pod 



w 



jLVwmn. 



A fiiatoUss carriage wood worker on llgbt 
work. Also a good Carriage Trlismer. None 
but tli<! beat workmen ntH>d apply. 

R. L. WHAR10N, 

fcbS U Jackson street, a.-ar Sixth. _ 

DAMCintt »CHOOX., 
at the Winalow Houae, Saint VlnthoBv. nm 
dnr thn management of If ISd SARA F. SICK 

to continne during tho winter. 

I*rioe» I cr term of Vi lefoons :— 

Gentleman and Lady, $A.'>0. 

Cady or Gentleman (atngly.) ^-OO. 

PerNona wtahing private Imvobs M apeeUl rai«a 
will reiwiro flrery atlnatioa. (}ood mwoio will be 
proT<<1ed. S««ot.»'*™n".» 

LEOMAnn *SNBIMB. ■twlldvn.- 
Shop in old Baptiat Church Kulldliig on 
nith «tre<>t, ooor Jaokooa. All k nds oTCar 
renter work done to order. 



MUSEKMB* ■lEO., Aiiekl«*c(s.— 
• OtBie !■ the some bafldlnf a* I^eoBard 
ft Sheir«>s Carpenter (Otoxt, oa Fifth atrwet. Do- 
■Ignii, Plana and apeatacattono for bu ildinga of ev 
erydeaorlDtioaprapamdOB'hort noltee. (nl.i ' 



rrCK exeoDtea an kindi of .lobPriatiair 
wtth neatness SB« 4ts|Ktal> • at thsfk WMt pHo «i 
A ppty at tbe Ooaatlng Boob. 



STATE MEINTT 

of thu condition o( Ui« 

MA1>IS()N, 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Un till- .^itt Any ol I>»c*'ml><;r, I"..,. in«il<- to lite 

TrMa'furi-r ol tin- .'-i»i<. of Mlaii>'?uia puitu- 

aot lo au act 10 r< Kalat<< lunurauue CuB- 

piui*-*, not iBCorporatifd b/ lli>> tXaXt 

ut Miuu>-r,ula, approved nt-p. 



y.\>\K. ASH ux Ario». 

The Madison Mutual Insurance Com. 

riAlCATfcU AT MADISUN, WlbCONSIK. 



;;i,000 00 



lecurcd by 



117,112 i:. 
fi.l'Jt 'it 



CAPITAL. 

i li<'aino«Dt <A lt« capita] rtock. luclud- 
log lairh capital onkeM and occuma- 

latiuu. i- 

» .^sa-rx, 
'lb<< n woual ol cinti on taad, i« 

Wircouilu 'I, f,..r ij-nt.; St.te Ituuia 

Ainuuut loaiK'd to memlx-rt) uf tbe 
Ijumiiauy Iwinf! lor oaata premluaaa 
ffcurtd by pledjru aud cjudtliina 
ol policic- ,. 

Premium iiut>'« ol policy holders 

R'-al •■»'«•'• iiiiiiii 'jnilH-rHd 

KurQituri^aoa Ukiurtt . .. 

I>^l.iti> du).- iiiK Company, 
iiiortg»g< 

r*etl4 olUerwine recjred 

L>i'bti< fi/r pri-mlDioe 

All otii-r B-cjrlil'-a 

Total ass>-te of the Corapoay 
Total Dnmb«-r ol nr-mbera or stockholders if 

over SO "0 '. 

l.lADIUTIEa. 

Aaosntof all Uabilitlea due or not 
due bink* 

Amount of other li.illUtef 

Lobtoti adju^ic'd. aud due or not due 

Lo-ees uqar<j'iBt«d and wailingfurtb- 
<-r proof 

All othercloiiu! against the Company 

Tha grtateat iniouat ini^ured in one 
risk 

Not over $.1,000 i/j iniurcd wlttdn one 
hundrel feet. 

No prop"rty inaurel in tlocke. 

Tbe act of Incorporation i« filed wtlb 
tbc Slate Treasurer ol Minoeaoto. 

Total liabilitlpi! of tlie Company. . . 

Tbe am'>unt of Itn jiaid np carti capi- 
tal overand above itsaceomulatlODa 
and Ilat>llitio-i>, ••zcept rickc, U ever 



none. 

above. 

none. 

Ms.IM oe 



none. 

tl,12l it 

none. 

7C0 59 
n(W£. 



\,»a tfi. 



IW.fVKl to 



NEW GOODS! 



First of the Season. 



NEW PRINTS, 



State ov Wim-obsis. < 
Coi-NTt «>F Iiam;, t *'• 

rc-bonally appear- 
el before me, \^^n\. Y. Hopkins, Vice President, 
and Denni-'on Worthinglon, tecretary of the 
Madison MutuiU In'uranc)- Compuny, and inode 
oatli that tb'- foregoing t-ut'-niKnt, by tt.i^m fub- 
ecrib'-d. ie a true, full and correct utatcaeiit of 
the affairs of eaid toraponv. and cxbibilf , 90 for 
oe can bt a-ccrtained, i|ii actual conditiou on the 
•ilst day of December, 1~;5, 

BE.NJ. F. HOPKINS. 

Viof- Pretioent. 
D. WORIHINGTON, (ieeretary 

Madison Mulaol Inearanoe Cc. 

j SEAL. ! t-iibscrlted and ►worn to b'-for'; me 
' >»--■«' ' this Ulh dav of tviiruary, l-yij. 
HKNKY SANPUKD, 
Notary Public, Dane county, Wissoc^^ln. 



rr.> 



ON I FED STATKS OK AMERICA 
STATK ok Wl-i-ViHSIH, 

Okki<-« 1:1 Till!. Si;ont"r ok St.^tk. 

■ . T, 8. Allen, hecrrtary of tb«- State of Wit- 
con-in, d-D hereby certif- tfcat Henry Banford, 
whOrie name appe.irs subscribed to tbe ann>'X(d 
intitrument. ■**» at the date tbeirof, a Notary 
Public ro-idioK in t'le county cf Dane, duly ap- 
poin:i-d and i|'iiliBed. aid em^^owered by the 
laws of this ."tftte lo admiui-K-r o3th«. lake 
acknowl<;d(;<'m<'nn of df-d- and olb^r writti-a 
ioatriimvina, and f .Mrcitn all other i-ucb poreri 
aud duti'- a- by tli" law of Nati-jne and accord- 
ing to ooiriu'r ial u^age may l>e ext-rcl-f-d and 
pi-rformvd by Notaiieii P«b;ir, and that fall faith 
and cr.'dit are dot and KhuuM b" piven to hli 
olGcial a'.t-< a» "U'.h Notary, 

In W!tnc':< Hti^p-of I have hereunto >et 

. '^■'■^ my hand and othxt'dt'ie great »eal of 

j .SKAi. I ih-^ .Stat*' sit tbe Cavltol in Hadi«oD. 

-'-'^ ' Ihlti fourteenth day of Kebroary.lsOr,, 

T. S, ALLKti, 

secretary of State. 



BLFkCHEO AND BROWN 



MUiSLlN^fS, 



Just Received 



BY KXPRESe, 



>i.X 



Statkok Hir<:<eiK>TA, J 
iKEASrEtB'S OiKice, i 
Ih" Madi-'oi. Mutual In'orance rompany, of 
Madison, Wi(coDi>ln, having fully complied with 
the rtijuireraonti! ol" au-act (.-ntitlj-d -'An act to 
amend an act entitlr.J a?t to regulate in°iinnc« 
coiiipani»« not int-orr orated bv t •■ Mat" of Slin- 
nesota,'' apirov»-d the twentv third day of tiep. 
timber, ene thon<<an1 e'ght hundred and ciity- 
two, I h«-reby certify that eaid Comt.-anT i* au 
thoriied t<.> frau-acf busin'-a^ in thi-s i^rate. 

Witn-r:^ my hand and «eal at the city of 
^'»-^-~ , St. Paul, inU twoptv-fourth day of 
.! SKAL. j JVbruary, one thousand eight bun- 
-'-.r^ ' df ed auti cixtv-.-lx. 

CUAKLES SCHKl-FtR. 
£t£te Tieacurer. 
Per Emu, Kcnch, Deputy. 
febt? Iw 



US. MAHIIHAI.'M V9TICE— UNI 
. lED STATES OF AMERICA— DIS 
IKICr OF MINNESOTA. 

United States of AmTici '-j. lifiten barreli of 

.sii-rit«,«c.— U. S. District Court, Di^tticl of 

Minn,'volB — In Bern. 

Wlierea», a li'jel of Intormatlon bath been 
filed on Ibe 20th day ot February, Iwje, (n the 
Dis-tri-n Court of the United State!> for the Dis- 
trict of Minnesota, on b'>haU of the Unit>d 
State' agalnet dft^n barrf^ls containing M'J 
Sl.m I gallons of »|iiritB, for the rrasona in enb- 
gtancp a' il tail lib>-l eet forth, viz: That said 
("pirifs were heret-'-fore and cince the third day 
of S<arch,is<i5.aistilledand manufkctiiredat »ome 
di-liiiery tituat' in i^aid I^i^'nct of M'nnecota: 
that said ^pirit8 were never imp«itl, gvagcd 
and proved according to the proviaions of arc 
ticn 5^ «f the act (t Congrei-s, entitled "An act 
to provide internal revcnae to (Upp'^rt the gi>v- 
emment, to pay interest on the mtlic debt and 
for otherpurposei., 'approved June 30, lb64. 

That Slid fipiri'.s weie sjld and removed for 
eon'umptlon or xale from the place where the 
fame were distilled irilhout the pnyrnent of the 
duties thereon or any part thereof, according to 
tbe statute in i-aeh case made and provided. 

And whereof, J, CHARLkS EA fON. Mir.bol 
of thcUclted States fjr the District of Minne- 
sota, under and by virtue of a warrant to me 
directcii. issued out ot and under the te.l of the 
Distiiet Court 01 the United States for the 
District of Min le-^ota, on the 20ih day of Febm- 
ary. it-Gfl, have s»lzed th- faid fifteen twrrels of 
spirits as therein comm-nded. 

Now, therefore, no-J.o is tiereby given to all 
persons claiming the same, or knowing or hav- 
ing aDvibing lo liay why the game should not be 
ondemned »« for'nifd, and te proceed" thereof 
distributed according to the prayer cfthe »aid 
litiel, that they be ana appear before the said court 
to be held in and for the Diftrict of Minnejot.^. at 
St. I^ul, Initio fsid Di-trict of Minr.-«ora. on 
the llrst Hobday of Apill. Its0«. at 1 1 uMoak in 
the forenoon o( that day, if tbe san,o phall be a 
day of jurisdiction, otherwise en tti- next day 
of jurisdiction thereafter, then and iliei ■ ro in- 
terpose a claim for the same, and to •^."l.," t'l-^ir 
kUegation.s in that twholf. 

CI^A^«. EATON, C, 8. Mar h»l. 
H,l ,MOSS, CS.Dift. \ lomey. 

St. Paul, Feb.'-'". 1SB« fe' -ji H; 



I^. C BUJRT»S, 



140 Third Street. 



fib^t 



MALE OF 



GOVERNMENT PROPERTY. 



OFUlkCIIIH C0MM1SSAB> SVBSI.=-TKSIE, 
DlSTRlIT OK MINNBSOT-I 

SaistPavl. Mi.ns., Fob. 



.^■TKSIE, » 
OTA, S 



Ibaie will '"i ollcrej for sale at Pnblic .tuctlos 
•I this office, on Monday, the 5:h day of March, 
lw>6, at 1-2 o'v-'o Ji., M., the I jl>owlng comb mocd 
subsistence stores, to wit . 

Foor(*; bjrrcU Fork. 

Five 5) barrels Kiour. 

One (I) l>arrel Com Mfal, (.-"''''> pounds.) 

Terms cash, in U.S. funds, 

.lOSEPl! G. CRANE. 
Brevet Major. C. S., U. S A. 

St. I'aul, Keb.>, ijW. 



OrFicBOfTnK. • . I", s., J 
Fort sskllim^, 
Ftbmary: 



thk. • . I", s., > 

Mi, HiKX., S 

Slst, t'O-i, > 



There will be offored for eab< at PUBLIC 
AUCFK.'N a! Ibis To-t en Thiir.dav, the i«th 
dsy of March, l.VMt, at 2 o'clock r. M. the follow. 
Ing condemned 8ub<l«tCDC0 Stores to wit : 
THlRTKhN BARRELS OF FLOPB. 
Terms . ' a-Ii in I". S. fundv. 

C. W.N«SU. 
Captain A. <j. M. and A. C S. 
lebi Md^ 

I, A. B*«IKEU, VKTAL (irHBlS, D, GVEBtX, 

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 

Of Ul ABASrKKD CORRKCTNK.-IS tor all 
Unds or l-its in Ram-iey county, furnished with 

BANKER, OUERIN & SON. 

Krai ICsiatr and t^rnrral .%^rnl^. 

Keal Kstoie br.nght and dold, rent* collected 
with care of ren'ed p'-emi-'eii, laxeg paid, and all 
bui-iii.^ss p-rtaining lo K-»l.Kstato and (ioneral 
Agency, itune Willi promptnosn. 

RKFEKK!»rK«, KV rKr.MI«SIO> : 

FiK< low A Clark, Itnsbin ft Womrr, Albs h 
William', Henry- ,1, Horn, Morrin l.amprey, tieo. 
L. Oiis, Attorneys at l4iw,Sl. Paul. Minn.; Cliag. 
Passavant, tate lieginter of Deeds lor Kamwy 
ooantv, Minn.; lion. R. K. Nelson, .ludce rt IJ. 
8. District Court for Minn.; Hon. W. Wi.kin 
Judge Distiict Court, Itamvey countv. 

titBiv— Fourth streel, opposite Cooit li.'UFC, 
St. Paul. Minn. febH-ly 

P^OB MALE. 

A three atory atom- h >as'' ani lo?, en .tackscn 
atreet , between 51 h and Clh Uroeta. 
Enquire of 

Iebl4-tf 



W. A. PATERSON. 

AT 

Steam Bakery Salea Room 

on •TadcKon ^ttreety 

OPPOSITE ILLINtiWOSTa-S CUKTK, 

Hi" a \irt'- I' t of 

Michigan Apples 

for sa'e. fall and exjin'n= belore purcfaMiBg. 

NeNv Apijle < ider 

Bv th" barn;! orpaUon. 

W.A.PATEBSOB, 
iaD.ir-Sm, S«, Paul. Minn., Jjn 17, lt«e, 

A 1 K E > » S 
Price ^eSi.OO, 

lailad!-ir a E^K>k of Inftruction, T<r»ntv Extra 

>'<■■ llee, Oil Can. Scr^w Dnri-r, WrcncB. 

Working Hook and 

Reel ibr Windiuj^ Yara. 



This Machine can b3 snoeecgfnlly operated b^ 
any one capable of turning acrark orchacplBg 
the bobbin*, villu^tit geXtivrj cMt of rrpair No 
wire apnnga about it. The moti<)'>s orroUpo'l- 
tive. Tb? simplicirv-, occaracy and «}^*ed of the 
Machine in doing its work, ia truly ■nmiiitln 
It knits ehc material of a pair of ctoc«ing« Tp 
Te^ mif uiea. In a day a woman cam make obc 
lirish complete for market -one i'im'-^ piir». Tbe 
etitch i: make- is preciselT tbe Fame oa ttat 
made with Rcitiing NeedJet. »xoept — (hat tke 
Machine makes it firmer, more durable OBd evea. 

It knite any des-red size, witli oay M^ii at 
Tarn, either coarse or fine Woolen or Cottoa, or 
with Lisen. Cotton or hiX Thread. 

For aile by 

General Agent, 260 Third street, 

SX. FAtTL, ^nNX". 

feb;c-!m 



PRINCE'S 

AUTOMATIC ORGANS 

E S T ^ Y ' S 
COTTAGE UIGA>S 

For ChnrcheF, School; aad Parlors. 

Warranted the Best in Us©- 



lOS XlAird atreet. 



feblS 



11HE cHii.BmBM jkmm aia 
. SINGING the channlog song« ooataiaed in 
ihe "Merry Chitc^a," L. O. FmerooB's new and 
popular book of Jurenile Hnric, containing 
nearly two hundred! p-ece«.evcrv one a farortte. 
Mof t decidedly tho l*tt collection pubbshed. and 
fallowing in the path of it» iwedec-at or, •'Tfce 
Golden Wreath," of which no leM than a qaor- 
ter of a million copier have been printed. Prioe 
60 cente, M?nt poet-paid. 

OUVER DITSON & CO., 
PBl>Ufher*, Srr Waohiagton street, Boetoc. 



PHILLIP FELUUAUSER. 



B 



OABDtaW- 



A g'Mitleman and wife can b« acromiDodated 
Willi iSoard in a private lamily, by applying on 
Fourth street, second door above St, Peter, oa 
tho right hand aide, 

fob-25 Iw* 



JACOB MAINZBB, 
Register of Deeds, 

Itutntjoy Comity, Minn. 

Furnixhca correct Abctrocti of Titka f»r 
L«nda and Lota in Banuey eoanty. 
oaoe— COC KT UotjgB. ft-blS-Ualsty 

TWO DiiiilSABLE UOU8B8 AMD TWO 
LOTS tor aate, oa blzth atrc«t, ta Lower Towa. 
Inquire of STEIN * BBO., 

on Wabathaw street, between 4th and Sth. 

febIM tf 



UESMT UlLt., ATTO: 
LAW oad tuiuLl FitaM Afaat, Ok: 
Leod ooanty,lUlnnetota. 
dflol iy 



A* 



CHVMCB cBoaaw amb sATia- 
FIKD that the best B ok f,>r their aae is the 
"Borp of Jadsh." by 1.. U. Kaersoa. Letters 
from all diraetion* OBtlna theo|inlon that no 
coUecMan of church music receuilv published 
la« given suih general .-atlsft-tion. Choirs 
most fastidious in their tosti^s, acd having the 
r» nutation of being "very hard to rioase," have 
acknowledged t!u' "ilarp cf Judah" to be just 
the book they wont. Price, $1 3$ per oo->t. ^\2 
a dozen. OLITrR DITSON A CO.. 

■PnhlishTS, j:: WaFldngtoB s'tert, Boston. 

feb'.Ttch 

-V^TICE mw TRE >>•■!■ An«V 

A.1 Ot A CORPORATIO.M under and bv vir- 
tu* of thppro\i«lon« ot an act of fhe Legislatar* 
of the State of Minnesota, arproved Augast 
IJ, l.-sSS, entitlisl "Aa act to provide for tb<» 
ereatiOB and regulation of Corporations.' 

The name ol the corporation is "The Mn 1c 
Hall AsM>ciation "and the citvof St. Paal. Hln- 
ncsota, the principil plac? of tranfacting tm>i 
ness. 

Tlie generat nttnre of the buslaejs lo b« trans 
acted Is the erecting and maintaining, lessing 
and managing a aulutlc tMildiag or ball lor 
Musical Practice, Concerts, lectures and other 
public entertainneats and exbibitloas ia Uie 
salddty of St. Pan'. 

The araoDiit of capital st:>rk aushailxrd ii 
Frriy Ihonsaud Dollars, and is lo be paid in. 
'iii per C">nt. at the time of sul'-icribing for the 
same, and the remiinder at such time or times 
OS shall b<> require! by tti" Hoard of Directors. 

Tbe lime of the comaienceiDent cf the oor> 
poratioa is Febrtiarv nh, IMi*, and Ihe time of 
Ita termination .lannory Isl, ihcm). 

The afl'»ir« of the ce>rpe>ration are fo le coB- 
docfe,! by live I)ir<<ctors, wh* ore eleoKd from 
the stockUolders of th<< corpcration on the fe(> 
ond r.;i Tufvday of Febniar\- of each >ea' 
Tbi-rc IS sNo a Preside;.!. View 'I'residott Secn-- 
tary and Tr»'asurtr. and a (ieueral Ms'caciac 
Ageat of the Company. 

The highest amoaat ol lutfebtcdness or liabili- 
ty fo whlsh the corpitralioa i» al anv time lo 
subject itself is Mve Thnasaud l>olIar». Priraie 
property is to he exempt from tli,. corporate 
debts, except toiheexunt . f the liability im 
pDied by theCon<iUutioaof the Stale of Mla> 
"-"" thunfefclR^w 




UndertaJLer. 

Xhlrd Btrt^-t. B.-iiiit Paul, Minn 
SOLK AC.KNT FOR 

RSk^ riTUT UTILUC IliUii CiSES k CiSkRS 

Cloth Caskets aad Wooden ColBns ot the lattt 
style eonstoatly on haad. Ut-arses and Orriaees 
aad everrthfng npxeeaarr fo'a Faacral tumishcJ 

«■ tha thortMt Bottoe. 
JUwioenae oo caaadA atr«et„ abo\e Tcath 

BOTtt.lr.«bA 

DB. O. P. l,>]:lA.'Xrr, 

lAt« Sargcoa Uth Mao^. laf*;. 
Office, next to tlie I'oAt O^oe. 



•«tii.y 



GODFREY SIEQENTHALER, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 

ASD NOTARY PtJBUC, 

Pnoenix Bloolc, ne»r tiie Srldce* 
fialat mi, Miaaasota. 
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, SAINT PAVL. MARCH .'. 1866. 
TO ADVSBTISBBS. 

<^ Thu jM/x-r Aiw .1 ;>.ti('y, ;V»- HVi"i-^jf nil I 
othtr in JfiuMmofu. <i>t.l thrre/ort itresfnf in 

t7"Tele(:iiii)hic Ni"»!» on ftuirlh fMso. 

TllK LAKWKST rilUlLVTlON. 

A\var(l (ti Lciltr Li^l I(m iMiO 



THJL.„iiiiAINT PAUL DAILY PRES8. 



VOLUME VI. 



'HICIALI 



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'i I UK. Sr Tai I. Mi\N , I 
February 17, 1S<>; \ 

- I nu- St r«ul P»'ly rre»» 

M ■ In complumtf with ilio n-^ii- 
I ilio 1\>-1 Office OepatHnfOt, rciinir- 
uMuation of the Ibts o( uoiallcdfcT 
letien in the newspaper havioi; the lareosi 
•■aviTage, actual, onlinarv. and t^ma '•\ie' iir- 
culation. wiihm the post cfflce delivery, the 
puMu-!iiion 0! the «aid lists, for this offii*. is 
fccreby awartled to the Sr Ta-, i Pah v TKEiis 
tor the lurr ■.;! \i.nr 

\ ei_v t.^iOvn'uUy, 

J. H. SIKWAKT. 

rostniasfei . 



'• I ! <■['■ 11 il At *I .•<< nn'l ( l.-'sitd nl 
* ■ lit-nt ^I'Vks tirnK 

I !' t N.w York I'l'ufj Bffvttf lh»t 
^t' --'..irv.v^n I'll ly appto\t> the Presidents 
a.iioa. and that the entire t".it>inct is a unit on 
the »-ime iiiesti -n. Ihe rumor is incredible. 

I.; !• ("inn', has written a letter to 
lien l.;ii ir. ihaakini; ibrouijh him. the gen- 
tlemen »h> lontnlnitcd to Uim the purse ol 
f- 1 !u> Mi!n. tOficther with 'cvcml 

■ ■ !i.i>t '•.'cn gufn him, audasalary 

1 5-i\'W, oiisht to support 



i-an party for dieivgarJing our aolemn 
warninga more than a year ago. and if 
you are wise, Van. you will hetd the 
lesson of that diitastrous blunder, and 
lend a nsiiectlul, though a iirodigiously 
long, trar to the ttarhmgs of the 1'kksm. 

HAD HitAu utf.iu ( o.nna!t.<«iu:«. 

lien. HuMi.^rl. .t.jbii Nuols Ksij. »ind 
lien. Tourtelotte were yesterday appoint- 
ed hy Ihe Goveruor and confirnud by the 
Senate, a lioard of Couiinissioners to as- 
certain what adjustment ct the State Rail- 
road Bonds can be had in actordanee 
with the provisions of the law for that 
purpose passed during the present se.^sion 
ol the l.egislilute. Their duty is to as- 
certsin the present ownership of the 
bonds, to dstermine the amount to trhicb 
in fiiuity the boldirs are entitled, and to 
report Ihe result ol their invt slij;:\'ior8, 
tf the next Legisla'ure. 



Legislature of Minnesota. 



K1CS-U.XIX SKSSIUN^. 



SKNATK. 

Maucu I, IStki. 

Mr. smLl.i^>CK, from the Kmigratiou Com- 
mittee, rctiurted back 11. K. No. :ia4. rewm- 
mtndiui; ii.'. c is.^a^-e, when the bill was read a 
third time and passed. 

On motion ol Mr. (iKOUUK, S. I". No. 17.j 
was taken Irwm the Uble, read a third time 
and pa.«sed. 

Mr. CDLK, Irom the Revision Committee, 
introduced S. F. No. 'Mj, relatiuK to the Agri- 
cultural (.'ollei^e, which was read three times 
and passed. 

S. K. •.M4, appropriating money for the sup- 
port of the State inivemment, was read a third 
time and passed. 

S. K. No. JiH!, relating to ollicial bonds, was 
also passed. 



8AI3VJT PAUL, FRIDAY, MA.RCH a. 1886. 



01 jfom >i 
fcim c-'ni.'' 



h 



\yv been introduced 

re i-t New York asscrtiop 

.;lit It Congress to dcterinme 

V liat terras the retfl States 

'■ r.'ati.'n> with the iiencr.il 

^ ..;.,, .,. ,,, I 1,^. tuiitiej to rrpreK'DUlion 

■ UL ri.;i..--. .111,1 PcaiDst thcadmisiion of the 

fouthcm miiutKr.' untier the pre^fnt basis. 

— Ju''i:e Conway, formerly a radical 

repre5cnt.iti\c m ^\nlcrl^>, irom hansa<. h.i.^ 

nii '- ■' M ■ ' K 1 hraund sustaining the 

Ti - .1-; ..,\ ..:..! ccn>uring the radicals. 

r!i r- IS (;rc»t excitement in Canada 

of Ktimn mmor? and tre-iuent 

ll!-> li.vcrnors of British I'rov 

• wx A couQcl in Montreal. Two 

■ ■ lor^nto. and two policemen 

iiJing 'he notorious Bristol 

. > The liank ol Lenox- 

.1 !;cd by twentj-tive 



on an oil n 

**»bber!t"- 



a^ii 



ta.\ 
Tt 

lovi 



'"''< f '-e Te.xa* fonven 

r:ed in favor of ai=sumiDg the 



Ge:. 

-ill 
at Gusii ■ 

PC 

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the Federal Congress in ISrti. 

■ of .\ustia petitioned to be al- 
. and the petition was referred. 

■ 'if li«i>'-a< corpus has been 
!■ .i!id. One hundred arrests 

were luu^t ;n liLjlMin in oue day. Fears arc 
enu;runneJ ui t euian privateers. 

— Thr Kfpuhli -an City Convention of 
Hoil --rT NY. nominated by acclamation 
: •;:.■ Tresidency in 1S70. 
- l.liMtdra'hs by cholera 
• ■ January tirst. The small 
- ise also prevails. The 
a a: Havana. 

— ThurjJay. —No Senate 
procetUiU^.- r>(.ci\Ld. 

In ;he 11 use. -he bill fur the protection of 
frtC'-imen was iiscusMd. Pending the con- 
sidereiion of the appropriation hdl, it was 
voted that no part of sums appropriated 
shou ■ -.ended in violation of the pro- 

'isi. j..t prescribing an oath of of- 

fice. I ho ivill prevent the pavment of 
salaries tc the Fravisiona! Governors 
of .-•li-ljLTii ^::it;5. .\ proviso was put in 
'^« ■■ ' "';»lter uo portrait or likeness 

of ar. ; r- n should be placed on any 

of the ucnJs, securities, or postal curremy of 
IheVntted States. This is to head off soch 
heads as Clark, one of the government print- 
ers, whose phiz ornaments late issnes of frac- 
tional arrency. Various resolutions of no 
general interest were introduced. 



lilt: tutt c «»r .m.i.TiE9or«. 

\\ c present the following reiolulions on 
national atlairs which h.ive been unani- 
mously adopted by the Hcpublican incm- 
b« 1-8 of both Pranches ol the Legislature. 
Tbe vote in the oenate siood 1 1 to 7 at d 
in the House l'".» to 1;! 

We published ye?tetdiy the resolutions 
introduced by Democrats in the Houpc 
eoiuQiending President Johnson and Sen- 
ator Norton; we publish today in our 
Sen.Ate proceedings a number ol rcsolu 
tions introductd in that body by Demo 
era's, also commending the Presideni, all 
ot which resolutions were promptly laid 
1 the tdlle, the Democrats only, in each 
c ise, voting for them : 

ft, soil fd by the Ihiitc of Hepreamtatttcs, 
t'lt >eintei:oni.u>rin>i, 'iUit we ilcvoiitiv re- 
cvgni/.e the I'rovidence of Almichiy liod in 
the triumph ot the tcderal Government over 
the great slaveholders ret'ellum; tliat in this 
struggle for national lite the heroic achieve- 
ments of our army and navy clmlleoge our 
hii;hc.stadmiratiou, and will ever be held m 
gratetui remcmbranee. 

lieaoUed, That the snppicsv>ion ol armed 
rebellion .igainst the National Oovcmment 
has demonstrated the inherent strength of 
the hepublic, the patriotism, the love of lib- 
erty, the virtue and endurance of our people 
htsohai. That while tr.iitpts in arms have 
been vanquished, the st>irit of rtbeUion, of 
hatred to the Kcpubiii', gn i tMsts, and still 
steks the opporlunitv of striking down the 
flag which is the emblem ot the glorious 
principles ot the Declaration ot our Indenen- 
dence. ^ 

Reso'nd, That the safety and permanenc 
of our free insti'utions demands from thepecv 
pie and their rejirestntatives no less enthusi- 
asm, constancy and patriotism , 8t the present 
time, than while civil war was threatening our 
political existence. 

Retolred That no false hopes should be 
ctserished, no abstract theories indulged no 
advantages lost, in this golden period of op- 
portunities; but while «nerosirv, magnanim- 
ity and conciliation should be "ur mottoes 
wisdom, prudence and expciience should be 
our guides. 

Remhtd, That the logical consequence of 
secession was the abolition of slavery ; that 
the events of the war made this a necessity • 
that returning pcai-c has its problems, upoti 
the correct solution of which dcpent's the fu- 
ture integrity, the -luiet, the harmonv, and 
the safety of the nation. 

Resolred, That in adjusting the questions 
growing out of the rel«llion, t";oncre<g shou 'd 
not allow itself to be hindered or thwarted 
by those most interested in making vain the 
hopes springing from its suppression. 

Hesolred, That no pecuniary obligation con- 
tracted lor or in aid of the rebellion, should 
ever upon any pretext bo submitted to the ac- 
tion ot CoDgre6s. 

Resolted, That steps should tie taken to se- 
cure and establish the strongest guaranties 
ol freedom and civil rights to all irrespective 
"• color; and that whenever the elective 



H:i>I£ltAI. KKLATIONS. 

On moion of Mr. THACHKU, the concur- 
rent resolutions of the Honso on Federal Af- 
fairs were taken from the table, whereupon 
Mr. UAXTKK oifeied ih«- following resolution 
as a substitute lor Ihe last two of the Ilou.se 
resiolutions 

Kesi/Uid, 'Ihiit wc recognlje in ihe civil and 
militarv acts of .\ndrew Johnson as thev stand 
out before the world during the darkest pe- 
riod of the Nation V trial as well as in tlie pres- 
ent cmergcmv, the fearless patriot, the able 
sutcsuian and the honest man, and that we 
pledge to his wi>e and patriotic measures our 
cordial support. 

Mr. THA''UEK moid to liy the substitute 
upon the table and the veas and nays being 
ordered, there were yeas 13, n.\vs 7, as follows ; 
Yeas— Meslrs. Cole. I>anicls", George, Lord. 
Lowell, Mclvusuk, Miller, Pillsbiirv, Pettit, 
Ilandolph. Shillock. Simpson and Tiiaeher. 

Nays— Messrs. l!,i.\tcr. Butters, Buell, 
Langley, Murray, Otis and Richardson. 
Present and not voting — Mr. Brown. 
So the substitute was laid on Ihe table. 
Mr. BA.MKR then ollered the following 
resolution as anothei substitute for the last 
two of the House resolutions : 

Ritoiccd, That the administration of the 
general goveriimciit in the hands of the pre- 
sent executive, .Vndrcw Johnson, in all his ef- 
forts to pre.-iervc the Inion and the liberties of 
the country meets with our hearty approval 
and concurrence. 

Mr. THACHKK moved to lay the second 
substitute on the table, and the veas and nays 
being ordered there were yeas 13 nays 7. The 
Senators votini; exactly as on the hrst substi- 
tute and Mr. Brown not votiui;. ^o the second 
substitute was t;iblcd. 

Mr. MCRRAY then moved to amend bv in- 
serting iH'fore the word "Congress," ' the 
words " the I're.-ident and," wherever it oc- 
curred in the last resolution. 

Mr. RANDOLPH moved to lay tbe amend- 
ment on the t.ible, which motion prevailed by 
a riia lire vote. 

Mr. TlI.\CHt:K then moved the adoption 
of the resolutions and the yeas and nays be 



passed was reconsidered, and the three bills 
upon being again put upon their passage were 
lost. 

.\lter concurring in several House amend- 
ments to sundry bills, the ^<enato adjourned 

IIOUSK OK KEPKKSENTATIVKS. 
Maucu, 1, Itititi. 

IlILLii IMUOUUCEU. 

Mr. SMli'll introduced a- bill to prubiliit 
persons from taking ice from the Mississippi 
river without erecting suitable safegumds. 
Head three limes and passed. 

By Mr. BKISl'OL.a bill (or an act to an>cnd 
an act ei titled an act pruscrlblng rnles and 
regulations for the execution ot the trust 
arising under tbe act of Congress, entitled an 
act for the relief of towns upon lands of the 
United (States, under certain circumstances 
approved March 3d, 1865. Kead three times 
and passed. 

IU1.I. LOST. 

S. F. No. 21)0, a bill lor an act to Incorporate 
the Northern Pacific railroad and telegraph 
line from Lake Superior to Puget's Sound 
Lost. 

CK.NATK 1111.1,3 PAS^BP. 

S. V. No. 1 Ifi— A bill for an act in relation to 
the State Land Ollice. 

S. F. No. I'.iS— A bill relating to the prim- 
ing and distribution of the Public Laws. 

S F. No. 166— Fi.xing the number of .■sena- 
tors and liepresentatives. 

S. F. No. .i— A bill for an act to incorporate 
a House of Kefuge for the State of Minnesota. 
S. F. 197— A bill relating to the effect and 
operation ot the licviscd Statutes. 

S. V No. 80— A bill to amend an act to con- 
tinue the North Shore Mining Company. 

S. F. No. 192— A bill for an aa to punish 
any one depositing the carcases of any dead 
animal iti any stream or lake in this State. 

S. F. No. 88 — A bill to revive and continue 
an act incorporating the Pittsburg and Minne- 
sota Mining Company. 

S. F. N'o. 188— .\ bill to authorize tbe llcc- 
ister of Deeds of Uenviile county to transcribe 
records. 

S. K. No. A bill to change Ihe name of 

Rock County to that of Lincoln. 

S. V. No. 176— .V bill to provide for the 
erection of cells in the State PrL^ion of Still- 
water. 

S. F. No. 191— A bill for an act to change 
the name ofKlconora Wheeler to Klconora 
Wheeler Dickson. 
S. F. No. 411, rc'ating to corporations. 
Mr. YOIMANS moved the vote lie recon- 
sidered by which 8. F. No. 120, a bill piovid- 
iug tor the draining of swamp, bog, meadow 
and other low lands, was lost, which motion 
prevailed. The bill was then passed— yeas, 
2K ; nays. 7. 

s. F. No. IW, a bill for an act to anthori/.e 
the St. Paul & Pacific lUilroad Companv to 
extend their road from La Crescent to" the 
Iowa line. 

S. F. No. 204, to authorize the convcvance 
of the real estate ol Lvnian Dayton, deceased, 
at private sale. 

IIOUSB BILL.S PASSED. 
U. F. No. 246, a bill for an act to appropri. 



wherever my future liffl m«v find nie, rest 
asNiiriil, Kcntleinrn, K will not find me want- 
ing in the reiiierubrance of these pl<'asaiit 
davK of labor now drawing lo « close, which 
have licen clieered and lirlghleued l)y your| 
coiiNlanl kindness and hearly support. 

Asynugo to your rospeetive himef. dis- 
rolred ot your legislative c4larairter, to enter 
upon the discharge of those duties which as 
citizens of a common country devolve upon 
all alike, my heartiest wish is tliat you may 
so liear yourselves in the Kreat conflic. that 
awaits you, that when at last your usim-s ar» 
cilled liy tim Supreme Speaker of that Higher 
Assembly, toll may .jnylullf answer, A^tc ' 
that a full Ho/I may he made up, ami no call 
of tho Hoirte ordered. flAiud Applaiisi .1 

Mr. BCCK,of Blue Kartb. nlTeren tbe lot 
lowing, which was adopted unanimously : 

Httulred, That the ibauks of this House are 
hereby tendered to iho Chief Clerk, A. C. 
Dunn, the Assistant Clerk. W. H. Mitchell, 
and the other clerks and ofllcers ot the llonse 
for the able and etileient manner in which 
they have discharged tlie duties of their olli- 
ces. 

Chief Clerk Dunn being calkd for said that 
his duty was not in the line tf speaking, and 
the House must excuse him. 

A voice— "t'an't you give us a chapter of 
the Revised Statutes .'" which created u gene- 
ral laufh. 

The House then took a ici ess until H o'clock 
K\ENI.N»; SKfMON 

Ihc Hmuso rc-a.s.-,cmbled at 8 o'clock paisu- 
ant to adjournment. 

S. F. No. 186, a bill lo regiil.ite mining upon 
tho public lands in the State of Minnesota 
was passed. 

The business of the session being coroplcteil 
Ihe House adjourned at 10 o'clock. Thev wdl 
adjourn sine die to-dav at 12 noon. 



$etir ^veirtijBWiHititiL 



OBEAT WBBTERN 
Real lC«ta.te A-^^wtoy. 

M1NNKAP0L18, MINN. 

K. H. CONWBLL 9t CO. 

mclillf 

J^AYnVHBII ■.»■ •rUJIOMJV 

U Juct revulved nt MKKHILL>S. KeUII pricf , 
Cloth, %i.W, fhrep H.yi. 8ub«arlb«rs oso now 
r>'c«lvL> thuir wpleii tt tbe subicrlptlon price hy 
calllnKatUerrliri Book (>t«re, 100 Ttiird ttrMt. 

mcliJ If 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

No. 108 Second street, 

ur sTAins. 

HT. LOUIS. MO. 



a H ^ jsr D 

Literary Entertainment 

tut tlie b«ni|it of lb i 

UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY, 

Al lu^forNoll'H Hall, 

«.\«!M«SillV AMI 1111 KMHJ jvt^.NfiS, 

March Tth ;iri.l 8tli. 



i>«i»*»«ii»yj 



B. W. Al KXA.NDER, 
L C, ALKXAdbVIl, 

mcb2 3m 



R. M, Ai^E.xiniiiB. 
W.A,Do^Er, 



ing ordered, th^re were yeas U and nays 7 I ^^ money for certain purposes therein named, 
as follows I ' Yea8,J4 ; nays, 0. 

Ye.\9— Messrs Brown, Cole, Daniels, 
George, Lord, Lowell, McKusick, Miller, 
Pillsbury, Pettit, Uandolph, Shillock, Simp- 
son and Thacher. 



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PRB8I 



■%WWtn »(-pi>ORT8 THK 
DE.TT. 

Th" Chicaco Timns, which was once 

»upj>r. -«f 1 luring the war far its frai- 
toroii" nnlignirv heartily supports and 



t.r. 



indi- 



rr>>i'!('n»'s poli'v as 

fO I!l' -5 IgU. 

Cin innati Enquirer, which 
rfp'i'lnfon of the national 



apprc v 
catc 1 

&j 

a'lvr . 

dtbt. 

So does the New York News, edited 
by a rebel, and wbi'.-h openly and avow- 
edly supported fh" rebel cause through- 
out th* »ir. 

So do-- th. New York World, which a 
year ago del oun-ed Andy Johnson as a 
bocri?h tailor and a drunken blackguard. 

So iIpcs every leading rebel newpap> r 
in tbe South. 

So docs Vallandigham, the traitor, and 
he hupj: his lis;; out of his window to at- 
test th- iriumph of the rebe'lion in the 
Presi'l "^ ^ito -wh>«t tUg the die patch 
does • V. but a< Nye intima'cd it 

w»s I V . li'. '■M'lfcderatellsg. 

So do 'larr.'t Davis and SitiKh.iry, 
And til' v> 'o ra> !•»»:•- ii based upon the 
preci-' a.',;'i'ii' Mt^ wnb which they as- 
siiied t'l!' Vii • dm- ii'-, Buri.-au Rj|| in tbe 
Senate 

It ti'jl. j,i,)|. .,..., lo a'.xept, the 
Preside ; '". ir-,viiaii'.ti to Ihe wedding 
feast ot An ly .lohnion and thv (Joppcr- 
ocraty ft.i y an -i.c m the abivc cata- 
logue som> •]><■> limn^ of the company 
they arc .xi-w.,,i ,o keep, : nd in the 
Chica^jo Fb'i >r.'i a sampb l1 the gar- 
ment th'V :»r. 1 xpcftfd to WC'lr 

■TIIM* « ^^^T 5(OT (•.4* I oin 

■ T.' 
The I li'r r of the Stillwater M-.,.^>iigtr 
has mad. ibc dfovery tbit Dim-j S. 
Norttn IS indtbffd lor his •riection to tbe 
United States S«nafeto tbe influence ol 
tbe St. I'aiil FitK.-.-;. Tlit .Ve»aew(/er says 
of that g'-ntl'-man : 

We h.i\i n* vcr regarded him as t)efog a Ro- 
pablii.dn m principled Hi^ promotions to place 
have alw.ij , i;een secured by defections in the 
party, instipntrd by his acknowledged cunning 
and aided »nd afcttfd by Democrats and such 

SDfes-'d K'>piit.lican^ as the managers of the 
alnt Paul I'fi-h. One year ago the Pre.'s 
was one " t the instrunicnu leading to the 
election <>l .Mr. Norton to one of the most re- 
sponsibl- p .iitioD.'. in the gut «.r the people 
Mr. Norton was elected to tbe Minnesota 
Stnate. aided by the unanimous Democratic 
vote and t few sore head Kcpublicans of Wi 
Dona county, over the regular Union nominee 
As a meml«r ot tbe Minnesou Senate, he en- 
tered the triangular dghl for the great piize 
wb -h he -...n, assisted by the indirect inllu 
eace of the rut;.-fN. 

The PKr..vi is willing to bear its due 
share of responsibility for the calamities 
whi'.li sHIm • the earth. All the disap- 
poinfi 1 ofli'jt; seekers have our free per- 
mission to altribufe the blasting of their 
ttil'jrt -cent hopes to the secret, occult 
and malign influence of the St. Paul 
PuKSi. We i.ball bear with cheerful 
patitnte the imputation of plotting pesti- 
lence or begetting earthquakes. We are 
CTen resigned to share with IJooth tbe 
awful odium of that visitation of Provi- 
dence, Andreir Johnson. But to be ac- 
cused of Uan. Norton is too much for our 
aquanimity or ou* gravity. No, Van, 
we are cot guilty of this sio. He is no 
funeral of ours. Oorrectly considered, 
Van, b« is a jadgmect upon tbe Kepnbli- 



franebise shall be denied or abridged in any 
State on account of race or color, all persons 
ol such race or color .'hall be excluded from 
tne basis of national representation. 

Resolved, That we rely upon the firmness 
and wisdom of Congress in the present emer- 
gency of public alTdirs; that it is to Conj/ress 
the people of Minnesota look for the true re- 
construction policy ; that the people of Minne- 
sota will approve all measures looking to the 
sure e.stablishment ol justice in the Rebel 
, states, and will endorse and sustain such of 
their rcpresenutives as stand shoulder to 
shoulder nn.il the fmits of victory are se- 
cured, the appropriate results of all our sacri- 
fices achieved; 

SOT DBI'.'VK. 

Among the apologies put forth for the 
extraordinary ebullition of weakness and 
vindictiveness in the President's recent 
savage and scurrilous assault upon tbe 
Union party, is the statement that he was 
mtoxicated at tbe time. This story, how- 
ever, is positively contradicted by all 
Washington correspondents. The New 
York Tribune says : 

The extraordinary speech of President John- 
son on Thursday has been attributed to a 
weakness to which it is universally under- 
stood he is occasionally addicted. Dispatches 
from Washington affirm that the speech was 
made under no such influence. His friends 
certainly, will regret to hear that the best ex-! 
cuse that could be offered for it can no longer 
be pleaded in palliation. 

OREELBY (mTtHJeV'KTU. 

Horace Greeley has been laboring hard 
through the Tribune and by personal ef- 
fort to prevent any collision between Con- 
grcsi and Ihe President. He was wil- 
ling to have accepted almost any policy 
which would keep the power ol the Exec, 
iitive on the side of jistiie. But he gives 
up Andy at last. He says o( the Veto : 

It is impossible not to see in the recent ut- 
terances of our President a determination to 
make war on the advocates of Human Equal- 
ity before the law. It he had siid to the Black 
delegation, "Yourpeople must wait. Educate 
your children; seek knowledge; ho industri- 
ous; be frugal; be thrifty, and you will ulti- 
mately attain all you desire; but Prejudice is 
strong, and you mn»i not expect cvcrv thing 
done at once"— we should have lelt that what 
he said was reasonable, and counseled ac.iui- 
esccnre. ' 

So, ifhchad .s.iid toConcrcKs, "There arc 
some provi.Mons in your Frccdmen's Bureau 
bill which seem to me unwarranted and per- 
nicious; allow me to designate them, and to 
solicit their modihcation "—we should have 
urged compliance with his rc'iuirements, even 
thoughwe could not deem them intrinsically 
sound. But his Veto Mcs.-age is a declara- 
tion 01 war— it can racin nothing else. It was 
not intended to convinic but to defy Con- 
gress. 'I here was not a Copperhead, not ii 
Rebel in Amerita who did not, on reading it 
s^ay, •' This is the man l.r us— he talks just as 
we think and feel. We are lonlident that it 
will evoke letters of approbation from Rebel 
fugitives in Europe, ^fexico and Brazil— that 
some of them will even olfer to return when 
ever assured that " the Piesidenfs policy " is 
de-tined to prevail. John Surratt mav not 
yet be rrudv to condescend so far, but he will 
sorely feel that be has not perUed lite and in- 
curred the pains of exile, in vain. 

Wk shall publish tomcrrow the able 
speech cf Mr. iJrin-d in reference to the 
Agricultural CoHeg*; <|UH»iioii We make 
this note in answer lo numerous inquiries 
from members of the I-^gislature who de- 
sire to send it to their constituents. Or- 
ders for the sane ail be attended to at 
our tount»»r 



f KNATOK DooLiTTLE bas caBsed tbe Gov- 
ernment advertising to be transferred from 
tbe Milwaukee >'en/inc/, radical, to the IPii- 
coniin, conservative. — £xi kange. 

fcecretary Seward bas given tbe print- 
ing of the United States laws in this dis- 
trict to (he nfitorious Bill King, who did 
his best last fall lo defeat the Kepablican 
Slate ticket, and who prints a paper that 
IS not read by anybody oatside of Henne- 
pin county. 

• Burleigh," the N^wT^kTorrespond- 
ent of the Boston Journal, says 

reUr1i'edToi^''«f„'-r '{rr "'^ T' 
with a leading Con.re^sCn f o°m"NeTEn«- 
and. claimed as a conservative, he asked h™ 
If there would b« a breach between Pnn„; 
and the President. The Repres^^tat^Tr^ 
plied "Oh, no. But within thIrrSays you 
will see the greatest exhibition of ground and 
lofty tambling ever B«en In this cSuatry •" 

The Congressman evidently anticipa 
ted Andy Johnson's double summer- 
sat It. 



N.\Ys— Messrs. Baxter. Butters, Buell, 
Langley, Murray, Otis and Richardson. 

Sothcrtsolutious were adopted exactly as 
they pissed the House. 

The Senate adopted the concurrent resolu- 
tions of the Houh' (iruviding that the Editor 
of the 'General Stitutes shall prepare a copy 
of the general laws relating to roads, high- 
ways, taxes, town Rivernment, &c , with all 
the necessary forms, mid to print 2..500 copies 
in English 1,(X)0 m German and 500 in Nor- 
wegian. 

The Senate also concnirred in Ihe House 
umendmeut to the bill for constructing cells 
in the State Prison, reducing the appropria- 
tion from. 510,000 to fS.OOli. 

U. K. •2-50, relating to aue-tioneers, was read 
three times and passed. 

H.F. 'il.i, authorizine R. H. Jefferson to 
sell and convey real estate. Read three tunes 
and passed. 

H. F. 232, n prevent the carrying away or 
cuncealiuent oi public arms, munitions of 
war, etc , bclomring to the State, Read throe 
times and p.issed. 

H. i'.'243, compoUing parties ^feing ice in 
the Mis isMppi river and Lake P^Bto fence 
around ilie opeDiii,s's, nniendcd so as to extend 
its provision to the Minnesota river and Lake 
St. Croi\. Read three times and passed. 

^■JJ^f ^i'."'".^ ""^" "^"t inioCoramitteaof the 
Whole. Mr. DANIELS in the chair ; after sotiie 
time spent therein, the committee n se. 

The Senate considered the Miscellaneous 
Appropriation Bill, ana after a Iar?e number 
ol amendments were incorporated with the 
bill, the .same was finally passed. 

A bill relating to miners and miner's claims 
was lead three times and pa,ssed. ' 

Mr. BAXTER offered the following ni)lu- 
tion which was unaoimonsly adopted ; 

hesolred, That the thanks ot the members 
of the Senate are due and arc hereby ten- 
dered to Hon. Thos. H. Armstrong, for the 
courteous, able and impartial manner in which 
he has discharged his duty as presiding off car 
dnring the present session. 

Lt. Gov. Armstrong responded as follows : 
Gentleme.v of the Se.'IATE : 

In reply to the very complimentary resolu- 
tion just adopted in relation to the discharge 
of my official duties during this session, I ten- 
der you my sincere thanks. The ready and 
cordial assistance which 1 have had from yon 
on all occasions, has been of great service to 
me, and has greatly contributed to the prompt 
transaction of the large amount of business 
which his been before us. 

To tbe different committees of the Senate 
and the ofllcers thereof, I also tender my 
thanks for their assistance. 

The Revision Committee of the two branches 
have acted in f iieh harmony and with such 
efficiency upon the important measures be- 
fore them, as to.:;reatly advance and serve the 
convenience of the two branches ot the Legis- 
lature, and in the highest degree, the State. 

"ithout fear of contradiction I sav that no 
Legislature, since tae organization of the Ter- 
ritorj- of Minnesota, has done so much work 
at so little expense, and in so short a time, as 
theone now about drawing to a cIoeo It has 
been a tedious and laborious session. The laws 
of about 1.3 years of our Territorial and State 
existence have b:cn revised and will soon ap- 
pear in a convenient and compact form, tooo- 
cratc alike upon the welfare ot us all. This 
revision will constitute a new era in oar sys- 
tem of laws, and will be our guide in the ad- 
ministration of justice, with slight alterations 
during the present generation. 

With the .Icvcloperacnt of the material in- 
terests i.f this State wc are all equally inter- 
ested. No matter to what partv we belon- 
whenever Minnesota suffers we all suffer alike 
—whenever she is prospered wo all pro? per 
alike. We have all been actuated, 1 appre- 
hend, to do what wc have regarded as most 
conducive to the public good. 

We have the elements of a great State ia 
Mennesota. The prosperity and well beinir 
of this commonwealth bas l)ccn entrusted to 
u.S and tho millions that shall live here and 
developc the future of ourSta'o, will 1 think 
approve of the actions of this Legislature ' 
I he great mineral .-ind lumber wealth and 
manufacturing interests of the North ' will 
swm l>c in connection, by rail, with the' rich 
extensive agricultural sections of the South • 
our resources will be thus rapidly developed' 
markets will bo convenient, an interchange of 
commodities will take place between different 
sections of i>ur State, and millions of wealth 
and of people will lind employment within 
our border-;. 

"I'ho lime is not far distant when Minnesota 
will .lasume a front r.ink among ihe North- 
west States in population, wealth and influ- 
ence. 

J hope wo shall be able to look back with sh- 
tisf.iction aud pride upon the lalwrsof this ses- 
sion, as contributing in a great degree to tho 
solid prosperity of Minnesota. In a few years 
railroads will I'enetrate every pr.iductivepart 
of our State, and the people of the distant 
lection- will l,e brought together oftenerthan 
now; and then the important interests of dif- 
ferent sccli'.rn will bo better understood and 
cared for, anrl a more kindly feeling created 
and continued among the representatives of 
the State. 

Our future ij tirighl. I sec before me those 
whom I met hero nearly ten years ago. With- 
in that time what changes ? Then welhad 
doubts as to the future. Now none. 

As you go hence to your several homes and 
callinK^ in the walks of life, my best wishes 
and kindest regards will a'tcnd you aU. I 
wish yon success, contentment and long life 
to witness the clfect of our lafjors. 

Mr. RICHARDSON offered a resolation 
thanking the .secretary, Assistant Secretary 
and the other officers of the Senate for the 
faithful performance of their official duties, 
ineresolii ion was unanimously adopted. 

ELKCTION Ol PKKSIDENT TBO TKM. 

Mr. HANIELS nominated Hon. John Mr 
Kusickas President, pro (em. and upon the 
yeas and nays being taken, Mr. McKusick 
was unanimously elected. I'pon being culled 
upon Mr McKusick brieHy thanked the 
Senate, substantially as tollows; 

This is an expression In my favor of which I 
feel very proud ; more so than if I had re- 
ceived a Guliernafoiiul or Congressional nom- 
ination. 1 shall ever rememtwr with pleasure 
the estimable aci|uaintanccs formed licro and 
tbe pleasant associations connecud win'i my 
official experience as a memtjer of ilii.s body 
I can only return you my sincere thunksfor tin- 
honor conferred upon me, with the hope that 
the sunshine of prosperity nny ever illuml 
nate our paths through life. 



H. F. No. 233, a bill for an act to prevent the 
carrying away, concealment, &c., of public 
arms and munitions of war belonging to the 
State of Minnesota. 

2i p. M. 

TUB L4KB VKKMII.lUN GOLD KKGION. 

A communication was received from the 
State Auditor, accompanied by a report of 
Hon. Charles Whittlesey of Ohio, in regard 
to Geological Examinations of the Minernt 
Regions of Minnesota, and asked that a sutli 
cient number of copies be printed for general 
di.<tributi on. The report was referred to Com- 
mittee on Mines and Minerals, whi> reportcu 
in favor of pr Inting 2,000 copies. Report was 
adopted. 

SEX.VrS KILK S I-.VS.SKI) 

A bill for an uet relating to iVgriciUu ral 
Co I lege*. 

Relating to the town ot Moaticello, in 
Wnght county. 

R o latiog to the express repeal of exislin 
laws. g 

rRINTISG THE L.WVS. 

A concurrent resolution was adopted au- 
thorizing the General Laws of this scission be 
published in the St. Paul Daily and Wecklv 
Pbess and Pioneer, at an expense not exceeti- 
ing one hundred and fifty dollars each. 

A similar resolution was also adopted in re- 
gard to printinc the same, to tbe same amount, 
in the Stoats Zeitung and I'olksblatt. 

PRESIDENT .T0HX50N AGAIX. 

Mr. PAINE offered the following resolu- 
tion . 

WuEKt.\s, Our President, Andrew John- 
son, did at the peril of life and property, dur- 
ing tbe darkest hours of tbe rebellion, by his 
great influence as the poor man's friend, 
among his own people, in the State of Ten- 
nessee, keep the Union fires burning, and 
thereby caused confusion in the counsels of 
the enemies of our common country, there- 
fore, 

Retolved, That we shall have abiding confi- 
dence in,his patriotism,and true regard for the 
interests of the people ot every portion of onr 
Union, and on acconnt of bis knowledge of 
the wants and requirements of all classes, of 
castes and colors, and his manifest willing- 
ness to do justice to all, therefore, we heartily 
endorse his reconstruction policy as indicated 
by the position he has assumed against those 
who still advocate measures that must keep 
open the unhappy breach caused by the re- 
bellion. 

The yeas and nays being called the resoln- 
tinns were rejected as follows : 

Ye.\s.— Messrs. Archibald, Barnes, Daniel 
Buck, Jay, Masters, Overbeck, Smith, Trott, 
and Ihompson — 9. 

Nats.— Messrs. Armstrong, Bristol, Brown, 
W. W. Buck, Chalfant, Cutter, Crooker, Dick 
ey, Ellison, Farmer, Felch, Gould, Hayden, 
Harrington, Howe, Hobart, Honnor, Johnson, 
King. Mitchell, Pope, Russell, Schaller, Wat- 
son, Youmans, and Mr. Speaker— 26. 

TUA>-K8 TO THE OFFICERS. 

Mr. BARNES introduced the following 

Resolved, That the thanks of the House of 
Representatives be and they are hereby unan- 
iraonsly tendered to the Hon. Jas. B. Wake- 
field, the Speaker of the same, for the able 
manner in which he has presided over its de- 
liberations, and for the uniform courtesy which 
he has extended to each and every member ; 
and that in parting we tender to him our kind- 
est regards and best wishes for his future 
health and prosperity. 

The resolution was carried unanimously bv 
a risinit vote. 

Loud ^lls were then made for Speaker 
Wakefield, who had retired without the bar 
He made his appearance, which was greetctl 
with loud applause, and addressed the House 
substantially as follows : 



TiiF, Chicago Sepublii-m directs atten- 
tion to one of the bssi .st ads of ingrati- 
tude which has just been committed by 
the H'orld. A public mcetin^ was held 
in New York last 'riiu'silay for the b-jnc- 
li' of Mr .lobiison and ho r»tmocratic 
parly, and Mr. ocward wcul over Irom 
Washington to perform the part of chief 
orator; but his services are received by 
the Democratic organ in ilte following 
shabby and disrespeclful slyb': 

Secretary Seward's speech to tlie repentant 
Republicans al tbe Cooper Institnte last night 
was pitched in the key of his fniiiouR ninety- 
day prophecies. The ship of state has .jut- 
lireastcd the storm and is uow in the have* of 
rest. There is no cloud in tbe future; the 
Union is fully restored; it does not mach 
matter whether Congress or the President pro 
vail— all will come right in the end. In short, 
according to tho Secretary— 
" EveiTthiDg is lovely, 
And the goose hangs'higb." 
The query is if evervthing is so serene, why 
was the meeting held ? and why did Mr. Ssw- 
ard come all the way from Washington to give 
it his countenance f 

Isn't this ra'ber poor eDcouragenient 
for gentlemen whose labors can have no 
result except to serve tbe copperheads 
and their cause ? 



TUK WAR EHUBO. 

The following version, from tbe New 

York Times, ol th*} interview between 

O.-ii. (Inward and the P.-esident, indicates 

that a iirocla!H".'io;t declaring the war at 

an end. may b^ expected : 

fieiier d Howard .-.lid be construed the Prvs- 
ident's veto mess.-ige to mean that he c-ontid- 
ered the war as ended, and that he, the Presi- 
dent, conteni|)laied an early lesaslion of the 
operations of the Bureau. (Jtn. Howard far- 
ther Slid that hi was desirous of the Presi- 
dent's Ollicial inierpretHti-n ot this point Ihe 
President, in reply, said in substance that be 
did regard the war as ended, iind would shi rt- 
ly issue a proclamaiion to that effec , and that 
Uii inierpreiaiion of the act ot Congress estab- 
lishing the Bureau would authorize the con- 
tinuance of the P.ureau for i.ne year from the 
date of tuch procLimaiion. 



*" t> H SALE 

A T 

HEWITT'S 
Real Estate Office , 

nrar I»ca« Ofllce, Si. rmmt. 



Vive <rf«o4 Dwvlllwgr !!«»■•«■, 
Mix HaiHll Ofv«lllB|r Howses, 
**••« H oaa« to Move olT. 

LolB *ll over the city; many Bne out loU. 
I-and near the city, and Farm land a'l overtbe 
State. 

Three Taverns to lease, and goodOfflce Booms. 
Lots to Ipsfp for buslncM or rpgldence, 
I have Po«e Proptrty lo sell that i«y liftern 
p"r cent, 

■Msb2M 



rrorruBiMe for First 
KvrnlBif. 

I. (peniax 8onK, (yuartttte)- ■ l.i»t ! the Kvc-- 
nlng UrifZH U SivMliitg. ' 
i I'i'""?* — """• Cotter's l-al irdiy.Niclii." 
-1. R-clUllon.— "Karljurl.- Kr^ilc lie. ' 

4. I«ble«ux— Ollielio KelaliDK li » AdvMnlur«i. 
& — Uuett— •• W liy do yoa watch the lune, louv 

deep." 

«. Scene 'roiu tho \Vi'l>>w Bi-doll. •" rii<i iiid- 
ow reUrng lo a grov.' In ibn r.-»r ,1 ntvt isnU 
no's houee." 

PA III Sli(J(iNl>. 
1. TablMus— ■• Rrbecca at tliH H'rll.' 
/. Declamation—" Ihe Baroo'c liet Raoovet." 
3. Tableux.— " |iam ly Uitliault ei<." 
i. I'iaoo .Solo— ■• .Merry it tlie gn-enwood. ' 

5. Charade (^In Thrne fcea>-K)—i)r<iiiuUu iir- 
•onw— Uebit, a Hanker In Wall «»r»^t ; lorn 
H«i)(bdon, hi) Ulerk ; JuUai, a c > lor<-d servant 
Mrs. Beeves; KIIf>n Kecvea, her iajgbter. 

6. TableauK— "Views of. lialvenon." 

7. Bolo— " Good Might aud Fleas oit Dreams.' 



JS UMIJ EK 51. 

A jfoud iTrauk Maker waoted linuiH)Ut<-ly. 
Also a coui|;L-t*iit yuuui; utau to leant th* 
Trunk ntaklof. Ji:'|uire (-f 

C. ritOAL, 1 hlrd stftet. 
iuchl-3t 



*»H, J. K. T 

FIRST NATIONALBANK 
OF SAIJST J*AUL, 



fWREWE mBl MlfHUIfi. 

^on UrTHBMKfOUTttVVHB 

< .IMMinKK OF AWAKD.S, 

FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE, 

New York, October, IQOS. 



'rorrunanae 



for Sccentf Thuiadwyj 
■veBiair. 

1. Bong, lyuartette— " Welcome Sprlne." 

«. Tabfeaax— •• TamlDg a Slirvw. ' 

3 BedUtloB—" Damon aud Pylblaa." 

4. boene from Widow Bedott— ■ Tim Cnn<>'a 

Conrtsliip." 
9. Solo. 
6. The land ol Uoll-A recitation Itr two 

▼oioei. 

PAST SECOMD. 

1. Tableaux-" Brewing Scandal. ' 

2, Qnartette— " O where ia that tonny I^nd," 
.I. Tableaux -" The Village achod in Cprojr 

and Repose." 

4. Proverb (In one act) C<i«t of rhnrarUm.— 
PaulSmlthora, Jark lliompson, bir friend; Mr. 
ttlmpson, Mrn Barberld|;<>, ;Fostmaii and Walter. 

5. Duett. " Altane .>lornli>K. 
• ableaux— "The Klower of th" taailly.'' 



To tk«- » lorrnrp Mr wiag .WachiBe Co , 

for Ike n**! r^nntj Scnloc .'■a 

cblNr— UtKkrai l>r*MiaM, 

«oM .llrtlal. 

KKAhONf. 

Jd'l'tVm.7K"''r* »""«'«" ""=«" ot wo.k. 
Look K„^. I. "m"^ ''"•'"•"' >■"«=»«', vi». tb» 
Look. Knot. Doub .- I^>ck. and D-.uble Kaot. 

simply firnlng a ll,.»b l>flr«w,'..Jrt,hn« tK 



FaitI up lapital t(MNI,009 

VoveromfBt Hod«I«, < oiu, J>Mnd H«i- 
raiii» aud UairUreed Kcrip 

BOUfxIlT ANU SOLO. 

Prompt att^aU'ju glve.j tu iti« w>U%ctk>D of 
QrAKTCKMANTEUh' VUI CiieRK 

AjJtKtB lor 'b<- ttL.t: <A 

from Liverpool and Q«<>eD»towD lo K-m Vott. 

aiiit £.iant Paul. 

Orafta cd Kngland, IrUan'l, flerwuivg, Ftmmet 
Strtdrnmut Sorvyay, 

jaaS-Jati 



op^rai .r to r» iht wora to th., 'right or 5, ibe 
left, and convenlcLce of self-la, ti-nln, tlrllVi 
of M-ums, 



uce of eeir-fBfteniiig tbe emda 



7. Solo. 



mchl-rt 



m ME m m mn. 

VIA 

Winona* St Peter R.R. 

ConnecliDg with the 

Minn. Stage Co. 's Line for La Crosse. 

Fasspngers leaving St. Panl In the morning 
resell Winona Ihe lane day. * 

IJolnit KaPt leaves Kaison at a. M.andr so 
r.M. OoiogWest leaves Winona at 5 : 15 a m 

For Tleketj apply to the MlnLceota stare 
C:nipaD> '8 office. " -6>= 

H. C. ATKINS, 
SojicriateBdeat. 

mch2 



GREAT EXCITEMENT. 
A 



i.%iKrSiii°,';,''ia."'""'"'" -"■' 

«h. Thp iH-ll adloeting Tenrloo 
An invoic; cl thete fuptrior MadaaeaJagt rt. 
oelved and lor Bide by --«««<•. jb«i re- 

I^. P. JFI^HER, 

General Agent, 260 Third street. 

SewAsWr''«l?'*'^ "*'"'•• ^'^"* '"'' 

febw.imistn 



WHAT 



Usjorlty of tboae who read aewfi^iapers cevcr 
even give a hasty glioce at a buttntce advertlae- 
meat. and If a 



MAN 



Uatcl 1, 166C 



A VETO. 



A coiumuDication from tho Governor was 
read nnnouneinR the npnroval of a large num- 
ber of bills ; also that he had vetoed the fol- 
lowing blllH : 

A bill aathorjzinK the sale of real property 
of Mr. JeHcrson, deceased. 

A bill to vacate certaio blocks in Koefer'i 
addition to Shakooee ; and 

A bill to vacate the town plat of Little 
Bapidfi. 

The vote by which the above billa were 



SPKAKKR VVAKKFIBJ.d's REMARKS. 

GEMi.rMEN 01 TiiK IIoi SE :— It is unnec.*. 
aary lor me lo say that I am sincerely thank- 
ful for iho expres.sions ol goodwill and ap- 
proval of my official action which are so hap- 
pily embodied lo the resolutiou you have just 
now been pleased to adopt. 

If I have siiocceded in earning one tithe of 
the praise It carries I am abundantly repaid 
for all the labors that have devolved upon me 
during tho session thit is now drawing to a 

C1086* 

This Legislature has had an unprecedented 
amountof work todo, and I am happy that 
I can congratulate you, gentlemen, that the 
work has been tee// done, .iiid done as ihor- 
oughly as the shortness of the time fixed by 
the Constitution lor your se^sion would per- 
mit. 

Thelabor.sof the (Jominittee on Iho Uevis- 
lon of tho Statutes have lieen e.^ecedingiy ar- 
duous and exacting, requiring much time and 
a fiigh order of talent. The committee brought 
to their work the neccssarv pre-re<iui»ite8 in 
this regard, nnd a zeal and determination to 
succeed thnt has met with a f;raiifying reali- 
zation. 

The Committees have ell done their dutv. 
The Committee on Uailroads ; the Judiciary 
Committee; the Committees on Enrollment 
and Lngrossmenf, on Claims, on Ways and 
Means, all have diseharccd the duties that 
have devolved upon them with eommeodablo 
promptness and dispatch. 

I am by no means forgoiful gentlemen, of 
the Importance of the Committee on Roads. 
Bridges and N-avigahle Streams, nor of tho 
faithfulness with which that committee, un- 
der the leadership of their able and cffleient 
chairman, have disposed of the business tbiit 
hM from time to time l>een referred to them 

Bat when all have done so well, all are en- 
titled to praise. One thing la certain, the in- 
terests of the State have been e.ircfniiy 
watched and gnarded by you all and bociis 
claims have not received your endorsement 
and support. It. perhaps, is not too much to 
say that this is in a great measure due to the 
vigilance and watehtulness of the < hairman of 
thcclaim eommittee. 

The rapidly hastening finger that indicates 
time s flight on yonder dial, admonishes me 
that in a few hour.s I mast pronounce your 
active duties here at an end, and that the word 
most be spoken that precedes our final part- 



THERBPt-ULtCAM CAVCtTS. 

The Washington lorree [icndent of the 
Ciiicinna'i t'ommnrcial, gives the follow- 
ing acconnt of the Republican Caucus : 

A caucus of ail iLe Rejiublican Sena- 
tors aud Ucprejcntaiivcs was held in the 
ball of tbe House ot Representatives to- 
night, lasting ihret. bourn. Nothit<gde6- 
nite was <ione beyond the appjmtment ol 
a committee, to whom were referred ail 
of the ro»olutioiis ami suggestion.s made. 

Mr. Schonok moved the appointment 
ol a cainmittee lo prepare a report 
on the general condition of public affair). 
This did not meet with favor, Mesrrs. 
Garfield and Schenck only advocating it. 

Mr. Delano suggested the propria tv of 
appointing a committee to confer wilhthe 
President, to see if tbe present diffeiencea 
between tbe Executive and Congress could 
not be reconciled. 

This did not meet with a very cordial 
reception and was not acted on. Sena 
^r Wilson spoke upon the condition ol 
Tennessee, and advocated the admission 
of her loyal representatives at the earliest 
procticable moment consistent with tbe 
national safety. 

Other speeches were made, but co con 
elusion was reached. 

TUe FREEOaiE.'r'fl BrnEAU 
BII.E. OF SEIVATOn THV.II- 
BX'MJL. 

The following is an abstract of the bill 
to enlage tbe powers of the Freedmen's 
Bureau, which was vetoed by tbe Presi- 
dent: 



STATE ME (^ T 

of tlic ooadltion of the 

Phenix Fire Insurance Co., 

of Brookljn. N-. Y., 

On Ihe lir-tf day o' January, a d. I8fl4, made to 

the State Ireaturer of Uinnpaota pur- 

puant to lh« Statute uf that State 



HAlia A5I) loraxiON. 
Thp namo ot thU Compaay |; the Pbkni.x 
FiRR l:«MBANCB CoMiAsv, and It Is located is 
the dtj cf Brooklyn, »t»te of Wew Vork, 

CiritAL. 

The capital of ™id company actually 

paid up In ca-ih U $1,000,600 CO 

IbH eurplnt on tbe Urat day of lao- 

a.ry, 18«l C9.t,lB2 n 



Actually baq a choice variety of gos'l Leather of 
all descriptions, which we are eeillni at the very 
lowest Chicage prices, freight add' d. It hardly 
pays as to publish the fact. Therefore we have 

FOUND 

Itlst>est to simply Invite ever5tr>d\ to rail and 
exaiiiin« oor pxt<-n;lve Ftoik and prices before 
purchasiDg I'lwwherK, aud say butlitUcin regard 
to the knowledge and advantages which wc 
pofse*. We are dstermlped to mai" it advan- 
tageous to those wh'j are nut 

DEAD 

To their own iDtere«ts to bnv their ..KATD Hi 
and everythfng 

IN 

Fhelineof SAIIPLfHY HARUWAmP. SHOE 
FINDING. HAKNK S, SDLK, K' P, CAl.F 
SHKKP i-lvlNS, anH c^t ruhlrg elff in our line 
of bu-inrssat H. HOUERM &»•]•>• hew 
York Leather Store, 

SAINT PAUL. 

r. S. The highest market pri(» paii for Hides 
and Sheep Pelts- mohl-dlw&w3m 



•111^,17} 36 

5?,M1 30 

2f5,?0l 29 

13e,ia5 00 
^•.ZM 40 



log 

I shall say farewell to yon, gentlemen, with 
mingled feelings ol regret nud pleasure. I 
regret that we are to purt, since the Inter- 
course of the last sixty day», l»etween us, has 
iKsen extremely agreeable and profitable, and 
vet there is pleasure in tho thoutfht that onr 
parting hure will insure reunions elsewhere 
n* less agreeable, and, 1 tnni, profitable. 

If, during the time I have hii I the hon >r lo 
reflect yonr will from Ihe Kpeokor's < hflir, I 
hare, in any manner, or on any occasion, r\y- 
en olfense to any by my rulings, or manifested 
any linpatiencoat your action, I am confidont 
you have overlooked it and forgiven tee 

1 am not insensible to the evidences of good 
will which you have invariably exhibited to 
the chair, nor to the readiness you have con- 
stantly and uniformly manifested to co oper- 
ate with your Speaker in his eirorts to expe- 
dite the business of the session. For this I 
have been and am deeply grateful to you all 
ana I shall take leave of yon with none but 
the kiad«it feeUogs and best wishes for you 

It is not likely we shall ever all meet to- 
gether again In the halls ol legislation, but 



Section 1. Original act to continue i-i 
f(}rce ; President to establish 12 or less 
districts, with an Assistant Commissioner 
for each, to be appointed, or, in h s dis- 
cretion, detailed from the arm v. 

Skc. J The Commissioner to assign 
sub-districts, with ono agent to each. As- 
sistant Commissioner may have six clerks, 
agents of sub-districts two ; military juris- 
diction to extend over all employees of 
the Bureau. 

.Skc. :J. Secretary of War may direct 
such issues of provisions, clothing, fuel, 
&c., for refugees and frccdmcn as he 
deems necdiul. 

Skc. 1. President may reserve for frecd- 
men and refugees o,900,OtH3 acres of un- 
occupied lands in Florida, Mississippi and 
Arkansas, which the commissioners of tbt; 
Bureau may allot in 10 acre parcels ; rent 
thereof to be based on a valuation of the 
land, end occapants may purchase at as- 
sessed value. 

^'^;( . .">. Titles to Has, islands, &c., un 
dcr Sherman's order, confirmed for three 
ycar.i. 

Ski-. »3. Commissioners shall purchase 
lands re-juired lor support of dependent 
freedoicn ami r» fucees, and build asvlums 
and schools ; Congress to provide appro- 
priations lot I Ik; same, and the lands not 
tj he sold at !•■(<.•< ihao cost. 

Sec. 7 Where rights of labor, of con- 
tract, of inheritance, of property, t e 
etjul benefit ol laws, security of person 
&c., ate denied to freedmen, the Pro»i- 
dent bhall e.>itepd iiiiliiary jurisdiction and 
and junspiutleiice, for their protection. 

Skc S Wliouver subjects any freed- 
man to slavery or iiivoltiutary servitude, 
except as ]>unishment lor crime, or dis- 
criminates between nhit« and black in 
penalties, shall be punished by fine of 
.$1,000 and one yeai'a imprisonment. 
Ollicer of the Bureau to have jurisdiction 
of all such complaints, so long as and 
whenever such discrimination on account 
of color continues, aud wherever State 
and United States Courts are not in lull 
and peaceful opemtion. 

« ■ ♦ — 

—A terrible tragedy was enacted in 
Monroe e uinty, Arkansas, a few days ago. 



Total amount ofcjpltalaad surpltt>.$ I, (vg.3,iK 72 I 

ASSKTK 

Amoun'. otcaib on and >n 

Bank 

Amount of e*»h In hando 

of agentK, in coarse of 

IraarmisKfon 

Amount of loan<i on Ironda 

Lnd mortgi|r°«,beiocflrrt 

lien of record on unlncum- 

bo.pdreal estate (raoe'ly 

dwelling hou-«< In the 

city of Brooklyn] worth 

at l<-a't $:t97,SW— rate of 

interest 7 per cen' 

Amount of loans on de- 
mand, pecurrd by pledgoa 

of (t nod bink and otiK'r 

corporation stocks as col- 

UtenU, the market value 

of whiih la at l<(ast 

• 16-',««8 

Amount of bills rroelvablu 

for premiums on Ocean 

Marine and Inland Navi- 
gation Risks . 

Amount lt.veated in pati- 

lic Kecaritle^, viz : 
t5O0,75O U. e. Trvasury 

aotee,7-30. market value fMKl,! in 98 
$55,000 V. p. Bonds, 18S1, 

msrkft value 57,«81 ^ 

$1,000 U. ». Honds, lSfl7, 

market value 4,800 00 

*C.5,-<50 U. S. Bjnds, 5-20, 

markat v«lae 07J)«0 00 

$77,000 U. t<. Bonds, 10-JO, 

market value 72,880 Oo 

$1 200U S Certlflcate^ of 

lDd>^b'cjnea«,market vat. l,20rt do 
$i-,',jOO 8aB Francisco city 

and oonnty bond9,market 

^»«!!;<'-- 13,500 00 

$20,000 Teonesiiec tale 

bond«, m-jrket valiP 17,800 00 

$30,000 niD)i» county bood:!, 

marke value .10,000 00 

♦ l^,ooo Wisconsin elate 

bond«— market value 18,000 00 

Stocks and bonds ot Incor- 
porated companicH, riz : 

t2,:,<>0 Brooklyn Union Fer- 
ry Company, maikct v«l. 

$,t,onoBond Hrooklyn Jb- 
ion WhItB Load Com- 
pany, market va'ae 

Amount dne for Are pr«- 

mittins on policies issued 

at offlcp 

Amnant duefor Marine and 

Inland I'remiuros 

Amount ol accrued iDterest 
A mou nt of real et ta*e o wa- 

cd by thw Company 

Amount of other properly, 

mi-c llin<>ous Itemf. 



GROCERIES 

L.ESS TH AIV <JOST 

GREAT BARGAINS 



Change of B-Qsiness. 



I. MBit IT! ES 

Amount uf loises adjusted, 

and due and unpaid ' nono 

Amount of losses incurred, 

and in pioiesa of adiant-' 

ment $IS.t :ho R8 

Amount of loBFps reported, 

and on whi' h no action 

hai bi>en taken 

Amount ol claims for losses 

resisted by tbe Company. 
Amriuvt of divldendii dp- 

c'ared, and dun and an 

p\ld 

Amount of money bor- 
rowed 

Amoant ot all other olaima 

against the compan none 



Total amount of losses, 
claims and liabilities 





78«1,S18 33 


4,000 n<» 




.1,000 00 


7,000 00 




14,354 99 




42,501 4^ 
lO.STO 48 




7,f83 14 




10,701 19 


$l,W3,m 72 



On account of a cbanxc In business on the Ist 
of May, I offer my stock of goods at less than 
c >8t to import them here, viz : 

»0 Bbls. Crutbed, Powder'd A Graa. Sunr. 
»» do A. Band Extra C. Coffee So 

3e do Portland A Oxoard do 

!M» Boxes Oavana (low grade) do' 

If* Bags Bio and 12 Pockets Java 0>ffee. 
»0 Boxes Ground Coffee, various grades 
*i Ualf Chests and Boxes Gun and Imp'tTcs 
1« do do Younn Hyson do 

2> do do Japan do 

^ « nw, 'I'',- Oolong and Souc: long do, 
■«• Bbls and Kegs Uold«-n S^ rup. 
»* do -MoUpsec. -.'ObWs Kice. 

"IS .?'?, . ^.y^'^^l"^ HerriDK, 1.50 Bxf Herring. 

30 Hall bbU and 10 Kits Mackerel 
Y»00 Lbs Codfish and Hake. 

l.» Caddies Tobacco, various qnalitl ■<, 

*0 Kogs Fine Cut Chewinj! Tobae-o. 

»• Bbls SmokioK Tobacco. va'iDus grades, 

»• Boxes I.ayrrand Hunch Uaiiiini, 
•* Casks Currants, W bbls Huts. 

«» Bxs Oswego pure and bilrer Qlcs s Starch. 

mas do do Corn Starch. 

.■»4I Ca?e.H Canned Fruits and Tomat )e« 

U do Cove I'ysters. 

Also, Pepper, Pimento, Tomato KM tap Pep- 
per .'^^auo'i. Mustard, Currie PowiJer, V>aBt Pow- 
der, Cream I arter, Cloves, Candy und Lozengcrs 
Fig Blue, BluelDg, Cocoa, fapioca, Sal Soda' 
Saleratns, Tea Caddie, Wrapping Paper, Ac. 

»»Xilird afreet. 

March 1st, lini. mobl-d2mAw4t 



MTS.U[[K1IIILD0. 

If saved. It wUI spcnre you a poUcy for 
•2 500ln thoNKW yOKK ACi;XDENTAL IS 
SDKASCECOMPAKV, 

X. m. B. MM^nmintim, .*, «, 

*t Morgan A McCloud's, Thirt-st. 



NEW STYLES FOR JANUARY 

An Klegant Assortmi^nt of 

0ASSIMERE8. 

F'ine CoP" tings. 

BUSINESS SUITS. 

OV !i,RCOA.T». 

A lull line ot 

Gem!i incHK FufMijihiDg Goods, 

Always oa haad. 

Fashionable Garments 

(Hade to order on sbort notion. 

T. B. CAMPBELL, 

1G« Xliipd l&treet. 




NATIONAL 

Marine Bank of St. Paul 

PAID I'P CAPITA!. tlOO.OOU. 

AOB<IKKaL BAHimo UVSWaSS TiiAgHAr-irn, 

Gold, blv«r and Kxcliange boagbt and k> ■'. 
V^P""! P*!-!- CoUmcUoiu prompUy Dad»a'«d 
r«inltt«d at current rates, 

Ag«nt« for the popular 

7:30 U. S. Loan. 

JOHN HOLLAND, Vlo^ P«'id-L- 
O. B, tcrkklL, 



Ci-^hler. 



Jolm HoUaad 
E WHolmaa 
O, B. TUT«1, 
D. Saaford, 
•tl-dly 



Oirectore. 

IC.ProaJ. 
I D. Wt.U, ir., 
Edward t^.'M:, 
I Vewtoa Brtd)*T 



WH 



ISCTUWIEKWILIDO. 



If saved, It will secure yon a policy ol 
$^500 in the NEW TOBK ArClL>t^•TAX IS- 
feURANCE COMPANV. 

T. B. B. ■JLi«BI.DC;«, Aft, 

at Morgan A McClond'f. Thlrd-s:, 



HUMAN HAIR. 




Jan4 



WHAT 



15 CIU WEEK WILL DO. 



IS- 



If saved, it will secure you a Policy for $2,500 
in the NEW YORK ACCIDENTAL 
SDKANCE COMPAN r. 

T. B.B. BEiDBlOev. Agt. 

at Morgan A McCIoad's, Third at. 



Bridge Square. 8t. Paul, 

WIG MAKER, 

(FROM NEW TOKK 
A K.AB«B ASSOBTSEITT OF 

FineHair(iO(Hls,LoDg Braids, 

CURLS. lANOS, FRONT PIECES, 
WlKS, Half Wips, Side Braids. 

ALWAYS OS HAND, 
A« Prim which nrfy C«ap«-titl»a. 



All good* warranted to be made in the moft 
careful and tasteful manner. 

Orders by MaU or fcxprefs will receive prompt 
attention. "^ 

Private room.* for Ladies'jaalr Dres»tDir.i>bam- 
poolng acl Dyeing. 

The only Brown Dye applied and for s»J». 

Particular attention to Ladles' and Chil*Tii'# 
Hair Cutting. 

BKIUQE SQUARE. ST, PACL 

ap«-lF-m' 



WHAT 



15 CTS. A WEEK WILL DO 



none 

4,000 00 



none 
Boae 



^m^DR. DEMONTRET^ILLE, 

r>ElVTI»T, 

Office on Third Street, 

SEAR POST OFKCE, ST, PAUL. 

From a (juirter of a wntorv's exp«r(t'not' Dr 
De M . proini<<ps oxoellrncp of workmarxblp and" 
at reasonable cli.nrzer, and refers hy permir<«ion 
to 

Mr. Oaken, ^cf Bonip AOakcsi.Si. Tai I. 

I'ol. and Mis. Belot<-, International Hotel. 

Mr. Edserton, President of 2d Nai local Bank 

Klght Rev. Bl-hop Grace. 

Rev Dr. McMa^ters. 

Col. Kobrrtxon. and Ph)sician<i of .^t Paul 
generally. mchl y Isi^t 



It originated in a dispute between John Don 
ovan and J. W. Jenkins, concerning soma 
liKal matters. A meeting occurred at tho 
house of one Alexander Prcvvster, on the 13ih 
nit , when, both bilng in a violent passion, it 
was siigKcsted that both should go out doors 
and settle the matter, to which both agreed. 
Donavnii started lir.-t, lollowcd by Jenkins, 
who, drawing a pistol, shot Donovan in t: o 
back ns he was in tho art of taking oil his coat 
and turning opon his enemy. Seeing the das- 
tardly act, Brewster rushed forward topiotcct 
Donovan from further Injury, when Jenkins 
flred at him also, the ball passing through bis 
body and killing him instantly. Jenkins then 
decamped, but was subiequently arrested and 
is now in custody at Helotia. Donovan is not 
expected to recover. Jei,kins endeavored to 
shoot his captors, who oxperiencep ipijeh dif- 
ficulty In securing tha murderer. 



1167,340 88 

i.^nSS;"L'.'"y?i'"'°.' «nwredon any cm risk 
♦ 10000 " • S^nB"' ™'» «<*«^ 

. J^"** .Co">P">7 has no gener I mis as to the 
amount allowed to be Injured In any dtv, town, 
vlllaienr bl ck, bolog gorerned in this matter! 
n each case, bn he gene-.il character of build- 
J°|«> width of streets, ficilliies for putting out 

.-.fL"'"ii"'"' '"Py ' ' «•»•> Charier or Act of In 
corporation, as amended. Is oa file with St.u 
ireasurer. 

8TATK or IlBW York. I 

City of Brooklyn, County of Kings, ) '■"• 

bt!«phen Crowell. President, and Philander 
hhaw, .vorrMiary. „f ihr ||„,nla Kiro Insurant 
(.ompauy, belug severally and duly sworn d^ 
vom ami s>y, aud each for himseli sayi-, that the 

rh«"fi!ji"* 'r* T^yi-J"" *"<• <»"•-« statement of 
lheairair»of siidth.. coriKiration. and that they 
sn. he above desorlbcd olBoers tliereof. 
(Sgned) HTKPUENCRuwrLL Proat 
(Signed) PHILANDER SHAW.^S^^ry. 

Subscribed and sworn before m« tbis 10th day 
of February, A. K. iNOfi.l 
(.Signed) g.. W. CaOWELL, 

notary Public, Kings oonaty. New Y'ork. 

I 8BAL. { 



BTATRorMiaiiK.aoTA, t 

TKBASDRBn'tOFMCB.I 
Ibe Phonix Fire larnrance (.'ompany, of the 
ejy of Brooklyn, N. Y., having fuhy compUcd 
Willi ih<- rei|<ilri'meats uf an act entitled "An 
a'!t lo ameud an act eatltled au aot to regulate 
Insurance Companies not incorporated by the 
mate of MlnDe<<i>t«," approved the twenty-third 
day of September, etghtiea hundredand ilstv- 
two, ltierol>y certify Uiat 'aid CompanT is au- 
theriaed to transact bas nesa la this State 

Witness my bud and seal at the dty ot 
I "^"^ I S.**"'.. •*•"'• *•• ■'•t day of 
IsK.v.. I March one thonsaad eight hundred 
'-^-*- ' and sixty-six, 

CUAKLES BCHRrPER. 
Per EMiL MuKci,, Deputy. ^^^ Tr»s.r«. 
M. P. NIOXf p]U9, A«9|ft. 



MASON'S HAT STORE 

WHOlEItU AMD SETtll. 

A new line ol 

HATS AND CAPS. 

To supply the early demand of Merchauts la 
the interior at prices much lower than Mthorto. 

AddlUonal lots wilt becoming In all iho time 
direct fh>mthe Eastern Manufartorers. 

Merchant* who by their Groo'rl-s, Or) Goods 
and Boots and Shoes la 8'. Paul. mn«i ».< able to 
boy their H ATS AWD CAPS al w. Call st 

MASON'S HAT STORE, 
Opposite the Bridge, 8! r^nl. 

muhl-lw 

FORIaLK cheap rOlVi liiH. 

UOUSt. nearly new, and the lot on .l.icliit 
i.Und», In Taylors Y*IU, for Twenty!! t Hun- 
dred Dollars. 

We will a'so sell a Ann STOCK r« UM of 
abont Hve Bondred and Twenty Acre* oa 
which there l.Rllnp Bam. which eoM «ho«t 
*^"...^.',".'.°"'"' **?""'• ""'"' "welling at d other 
oottuilJIngH situated in chLago loiiaty, 
eighteen mile, Irom Taylors' Falls, I r Fom 
Ibonsand Dollars. 

STKINUER, ALLEN *tx>.,8l. Louis. 

For a moro particular de^cTiptlon ol above 
properly, addreis 

, , , W. ■. C. POI.««<«, 

mchl 2a Taylor's I »ili. 



HOUSES AND LOTS 

I-'-OR SALE. 

FKAMK HOUSE, l,s ttory, very conveoient 
and In good repair, on McBoal street, near Fort 
street. Lot .Wairo, or two lots if desired will 
be sold very low. 

FRAME HOUSE, two stories, on Walnut 
street, near Fort street, with every convenieaoe 
good location aad a vtty desirable residence. ' 

FRAME HODSE.two stories, on St. AnthOBT 
Hill, a vleasant location, large lot, with barn Ac 

(XITTAOE HOUSE on Eighth street, near 8U 
Paul'A Kpiscopal Cbarch, a snag place for a 
small familv. Lot iOxliX). 

FRAME HOUSE near Canada street Lot 
100x100, with barn— a verv desirable place" 

Tweniv Hve Houses and Lots in various oarts 
of the city. *-••• 

HOTEL at Duadas, Rioe county, on Ceotrml 
Road. 

HOTEI, at Mnoomin.on Pacific Road 

FARM n-ar S',.kor'.o. with brick dwelUng 
and flnp outbuildings. «"»b 

FARH.s in all parts of the btate. 

LANDS-11-.0 acres f noed and cnlllvatcd six 
miles from Fort Snelltng. 

Lands in Dakota, Rior, Ueunepin, Washing- 
ton, Ramsey, and other oouuties-over 50 oSo 
acres for sale very low. ' 

BusiBetis and Uosidence Lots in St. Paul St 
Antbouy, Hinneipolia, Enperior and other 
places. 

TO ICKMT. 

That desirable Residence, with five or sl« acres 
of land, Hiiuated on the Irft of the Stillwater 
road.lK-yond Ih" rrsldrnce of Henrv Hal" Eeo 
conimanlinf; a fine view, &c. We will ront this 
•ne property for a term of years to a good tea- 
ant. 

Also two or throe pniall houses in the city 
lo rent. 

Lease ol store (jt sal", three years to run. in 
Uoffat's Castle, near Fourth street. 

MORGAH A M'CLOUD. 

febieist^ 



If saved, It will secure yoa a policy lu- 
»3,5O0intbe XEW YORK ACClDESTAt^ IN- 
SURANCE COMPANY. 

r. R. B. Ba.OBanoE. As^-t. 

at Morgan A McCloud's, Third »t. 



TO THE TRADE. 

•Just Received I 

100 Doz Axes, 
50 Doz Wood SawB, 
60 Doz Ames' Shovels, 
20 Doz Meat Cutters, 
20Doz Grain Scoops, 
20 Doz Stove BaskeU, 

100 R. B. Wheelbarrow?, 
\5 doz Little Giant Clothes Wringers 

BlOKIxlW, llLlClH.>rK *CX». 
(loveatwr s, I Me. 

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WHAT 



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A three story stone house aad lot, on Jackson 
street, between Mhandoth atreeu. 
Enquire of 

PHILLIP FELDHAUSER. 
fcblltf 



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OABORVV. 



A gentleaaan and wife can b» aocomaioiUted 
with Board in a private family, by applying on 
Fonrih street, second door above 6t. Fitter, oa 
the right hand side, 

febJSliw* 



15CTS.iW[[KiriUD0, 



II savrd, II will secure \ou a policy for 
f-',W0lnlh« NEW YOKK ACCIDENTAL IN- 
UURANCK tXIMPANY. 

T. R. B. BI.DRtD«>B, Art. 

^t^gr gvi & McCloud ». Third St. 



We lisve now on hand a large stock ol 

Ditlirldiee XS and XXXrhlmneys, 

Also 

COMMON CHIMNEYS, 

Lamps of all Varieties and Prices, 
LAMPAND CANDLE WICK, 

Warranted equal to the best in ase. 

The above goods wUI be sold to the trade «t 
very low rates, 

POLLOCK, DONALDdttN AUODEH, 
UaloD Block. Third St., St. Paal, Mlaa. 
ianl-dkwly Istv 



lO PUT 



BOOTS & SHOES 



IB AT 



PRATT&HUGHSONS, 
No. 221 Boeers' Bloik. Thlrd-st., 

dec7-Iy IstH 



WHAT 



iscn.uf[KiiriiLDo. 



£)»ir a.wmmmmi. 

We have now on hand a larga stoak of 
BuUdlns; L\imh«>r. irenoinc. 

i*lol£»t»», Aco., 
Whloh we on> for sale at the lowest prtoct 
lAiBber vard oa ( ' rst btre ft. 

ANKEHY, ROBINSON A CLEMENT, 
KaaBfaotarers of I/aadwtr, 
v i|-'8tv* MlaaaaiMUB. Mlaa 

MjktiAMmMum,MuwmrA.nm*„Am 
Bound in •■» strje desired at thTFrwH 
BlAdery. i Apply at.UM CoaaUn* Booa. 



If saved, it will cecare )ou a policy f.r 
»2,MI0 in the NEW YOKE ACCIDENTAL IN- 
.MR\N 'E COMPANY. 

*. m. m. KLDRIUUB. A«'». 

aiJioijMi A MoCloud's, Third -at. 

U b: M T 1 S T , 

Inccrisoira Block, Jd •.utrt, Pawl 
PuirKs-Toeth on Vwlo^u.tn. $ac perstt; 
"^1 Hold WtMags. f iM' fo #4.<-i. VMcl-lv 

INTELLIGENCE OFFXCK 

HBI.P st'm.iBn on ishobv 
uoUce. Four Cooks wanted. Apply at 
A. WAL»ill S. 
feb.'JS'lw* Third SI., et. Paul 



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National Bank of St Paal 

I'aia uiiCapitul ^iJOO.OOO. 

Ihls Kajik I* now In cucc-*»iul op*rMi>aatd 
lenders its cervloet lo Karikf . liank»T» and ollmtt 
In tbe iraLsaction of ieglUaate >»-Hrg bastacM. 

I.>ran« fi>r Bh1<» on 

LOWDOir, DUBLIW, BR£M£If 

and oiber priudpai Eurofiesb citii--. 

Gollectinnfi upon all acce..(t,|^ i^irf in '.tm 

Bortbw<-«t will b* made and n-mitK^ ior on Okv 

•L/mI'SI.S,' o' ""'■'^''"* ™'»^ of-xcliaugt. Higli- 

Sffwi^n^f, ?L rti'Jtank i, an ag.et for sub 
SS^L i^.^ P^I'Ular L oiled htat^, 7-3tO Ixmd 

for sale la snmsof from nny JMlMr^,,i.nT^ 
E. 8, ErxjKRT»)N, hr^tidenU 
iOUa BIOOL8,VleePr»»ldeBt. 

D. A. MONKOBT. (.ashKrr, 

liuiKcrrrnifi. 

JOHN NKXJLB, I K. «t KARWi-i r 

5'£»*-M'KT, (.1. B. I!KADEK, 



r'F^^J/., ». R. SMITH. 1 

I. C. (iEOBGE, I IS /. 4 • M A 1-LI^.S. i 



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Fr.'sa 

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thv l'rt.'.> 
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by ht.- tn- 
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licile 

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il 



■ii-rvalhc R'['.' 

- I't ' ili.ial dignity by 

.1' cvtniiig ot tho "J-'d 

!■ 't be readily torgivi-n 

(fitainly will not be 

•ii'.uM. 11-.' bad per- 

j l>n :»r.ro — how sharp 

voted in I'oniei"^ let- 

Wxd 'oil' Lis miiitake in 

. -«• t M!in>p speeeh, totbt' 

iloase, is a seri- 

:n ti-riU9, though 

;!l 'he 'Northern 

h- .111 call by 

^.■. ot llie L-rowd, 

■ 1 ...irlos Sumner and 

;iiid the laet that 

_ ■■•id the propriety of 

1 Sumti. r liud accused 

.. and that Phillips had 

tr.iitor. L;irdly palli- 

ii!3 excuses, the breach 

' -!>«.■ akinjr by an K.\- 

:id th" i'lesidi-n- 

iht; do net add 

i.ind i;l public in- 

J iiiiSLhitl. He 

. \\ uh hs* peu. An 

' .i traitor— uo more 

I tbfri' will be uo 

-•• with fbi7je who 

.1 V ibe d'lij'-ulty and 

: nec!> be'we'Mi ibe ex- 

. ivv departnieti'i of tbe 

va;t rumbcr who in- 

i t <h- \tto o( thi; Free<'- 

■ '■ not uii''e'take to 

' the Prrsilcnl'i 



Hi u llii: leeliogs of 

' ■ v-h'j I ompliin that 

-!i tile _'Jd wn'.tcd 

-, u iking 33 I'reii- 

v ('■ f itizeu. A fsw 

• i.nti'i''nrial mimbt r 

I him tor remarks 

■ ro I'ion with Sen- 

:' soieat enough to 

' knt deserved be- 

:'-^:ii2 his opinioDs. 

vt the HjUii; ol Repre- 

•jciking in hi* olHeial ca- 

;...,... r.> the President the 

A a <:i izen, he ia 

. 3> r'ing his rights 

H-; is too strict 

•1 t'j overstep the 

> when speaking 

" as a firaple ci'i- 

Uow citizens, he 

;cil ijontemiit for tbe 



lur o'ltaitiiiig ihi! same end, and not one 
,.| .litb rent emls. It is no ex''usu lor the 
I'residen!, (bar thoju whom he siiipled 
out l'> iiaiue. lor personil vituperation. 
bad iilrertdy t'tl-nded a^tiinit biiu m a 
fiiuddr maimer. When Mr. JSiiiiiner, 
recenily spoke in the Senate ot the Presi 
dent's poluy as "wbilewashiiiy." be I'idy 
shoi.ked tbe eeuulry's sense I'l propriety 
lb. nby, hi>I tell' biin-ill ublif;etl, a^ 
4U!i-kly a^ jtossible, to ixp'ain and apclo- 
^;.-." l^.r hi.-< nidtius-.. when Mr. Stevens 
in llio llioise Used I bit ll•ol'^b phrai"e 
abiMit a liiidsh ki g loiiiu,!; his bead, 
wl i II appi.'iii to b.ive so !;really and 
n«t .lu i!3l_* irril:\fed .Mr. tlohnsoii, the 
wli 11- eouiitiy i.\el.i lued ii^aiiist it is an 
im!-. e. iiiy, and even Mr. Stevens must 
b.ivt tell tb.it he lud j.;ieatly itij'irid bis 
owe . suse by such words 

i-ii! the ^.1lue ..-entiiiu i.t i.| prupiieiy 
and rcpeet wlreb vtm shocked by the in- 
leiiiperati- words id Messrs. Sumi:er and 
Stevens, i.i still more outraged by the tin- 
i-.iUed for an. I ell'ensive retei . el Mr. 
.lohnson. ^Ve iiri' not cl those who bold 
it iinpro[.ei' lor t!ie P^l^ident to .-.ptak to 



le people 



we 



.ire I'o! oU'ended at Mr. 



denial cf his tight to say 

•■* hii own. 

j!1 baa been indebted 

"j.-Ceas in [.ublia life to 



Week- i;' 
ot C'oagr- 
made in : 
ator 1 

hea.': 
Wb 

sen:.! 

pa;it.. . -;^-.. ; 
most ordinary 
justified i" * ■ 
in a pref 
a deaerv' : 
reserve <:■• 
»s a f .' ■ 
zen, 

Sbowr 1 UH J' 

Congressional 
that ■ 

M: j!1 baa been indebted for 

much ot bii "j.-Ceas in [.ublia life to bis 
honest apt'^al* lo the plain jeople. Find- 
ing Cor^:' 'ist biin, be now asks 
tb- peop. I: in Li.< favor, and ad- 
dresses tfje!.'! i.'i iLi'j iiKinner ia which his 
long personal ■.•.\;.erience has set the seal 
of success. In ji'idrcsJiiDp Congress, be 
always asca fit and dignilicd language: 
in appealinij to tbe people against Con- 
gress, he Uiea language which the people 
underjtaiiv! an.i .i magogues cannot ex- 
plain awi-- \'- '. r.) of the rudest in- 
telligcn. liter be deceived 
into tbe h' .. .... .: .^ possible to sup- 
port the I'n^aid.int an-l Congress at the 
, af the U"pub',ican party have 
Liilin;^ to do. 

' 'Coppeth'-iid J 

1 in Washington ycster- 
lin^on characterized the 

■ '^s as th;: leaders of a 

and denounced Thad- 

i^ndell Phillips, aiid 



■ame tim 
been p.-tt 
From Ch:'.- ; -. 

•'In!. 
day. Pr 
radicals 

second rebellion 
deus Stevens, 



W. 



Charles SumiK-r a.>i traitors. 

•'All of whi. !. i- true. .JtfT. Davis, 
John C. Brcckinrid;;'; and Kobt. Toombs 
were not less I'-.Klcrs of a Southern rebel- 
lion (Jurin^^ th'' memorable Congresfional 
session of !■•''! i than the radvals in 



'■'■ /' 
rs w 

1! 



t.'otijrCiS arc 
lion at t' 
ern lead. 
Union t! 
etriving '■ 

'■ U , 
13 IL 
loll . 
hcii' ■■■ 
ditt'j ( / ''.. 
reat of Thn-: 
hp3, I'karlf 
rat«a in Couiji 
for ''■'.• ' riir'i: 
way 
|>roni]. 
tt re'. 



,111 



■p>. 

tjora.-y , 
pe't-iai 11 

of - • v 

and 

of the I 
•" .!.-^.| 1 

duty ' 
hif)' ■!' 



'"/■/ers o/' a Northern rebd- 

■ •'III lime. As the South- 

I.: s'riving to break up the 

.ir.'. tb< se Northern leaders 

1" np now. 

■i'^t.; to d'clare that ii 

I the Pre^iden' to 

I ■ .le< <lii. We 'I't ni'l 

' it i« the noh.mn 

• ■ ■ r./vimnn'l the >ir- 

•;•■. Wai'Ml I'ltil- 

' "M . nnd Ihrir 'on/'iile- 

I.; • mil nil. r,,-e,r Iherrtnntnj. 

'/ fieji.tun. In no othi r 

Xorihi-iii rebellion ht 

H 1 iti'l ih.- public 'piiet re- 

: I Congress fbnll rot 

reditiou.H, revoiu- 

■n prartji-cs— il it .shall 

'■» the repr«:seiitativ< 8 

\'^u\ their rigliifiil seats, 

In: po^erj of Oiugriss 

I'es -we do not lipsiiale 

I'll', lirii.iiii: III' iolciitn 

■ fiihn.\iin I" I'lUitiitnlF. 

' -il 'it Iht Itme and 'lu;- 

■■•■ihlary ii'jtrir. 

■'■-■ .■■) "li iiiand ilcipi-r- 

■'t J.jhiiton ch.ir- 



Lincoln's speeches, and s^hall not tind l.i'ilt 
with Mr. .lohi'M'ii il he i.t nuived to .in- 
noiitui' or d» It'll. 1 hi-, inluy in a speeeh. 
l>ut the Pr.'siileut ol the I'luted States 
ouj;lit not to descend into the pit ; and 
instead olciliin^ nanus md itidtil^ing in 
personalities, he would have done well to 
luiitaio the noble patience wi!h wbi.h 
AbralMiii Lincoln bore the bitter j^ili t*. 
far iiu'.er att.i. ks, Itoin tic ;-anie nan. 

For the shocking; .I'l.l ti"i.--ecmlv impu- 
tation Mr. Jvdinson cho < lo bring a;^;,iin*t 
Metsrs. Stevens, SumcT ;iii 1 otheis op- 
posed to his poli y. ibai •• their intention 
was to incite afsassinution," we tru^t that 
he will make h.iste to apologize, r.oi 
merely to them, but to the country, which 
be has most grievously insulted. Such 
words a.^ ho uttered o;i that hi-ad would 
not bo tolerated in the br.stiest ftump 
speech. They are too ill judgid and ini 
pulsive lor tis to think or write patiently 
about ihtiii; .tnd we coitut it no tl'ght 
uuslortune lor the nation iha' it< chid 
migij'ra'c fh-nild have spukcn in this 
stylo, 
br'.itn the Ciuciuiiali ci.>.-."t'..', ^Kitltcal. 

We ;iro constrained to s.ty th.\l, not 
excepting tbe speech made by Mr. Johi- 
son on tbe oci'asion ol his inauguration, 
it is the most (Iisi;raceful utterance of 
which wo have any record in the history 
of nion 0"c;ip>ing a position correspond- 
ing to that tilled bv him ; and we presume 
there is no high minded man in the United 
Status that does not feel ashamed of the 
pettormaiK'e. The pride of country is 
wounded by this e.xhibition. on the part 
of the President ol the United States, of 
vulgarity, that is only telerat /d by atump 
speakers on oc.jasions cf political excite- 
ment. Above this the Picjidenti^ rij^btly 
expected to ri-^e. anil when he I. ills to its 
level or below it. he di.'gra'-'cs not only 
himsell but tbe ollice lie Ii is, and risks 
the losi ol the rcspc t due Ironi the peo- 
ple to thu Chief Magistrate ol (he nation. 

In sorrow rather than in aii;jer, wc are 
sure, every loyal citi/en will read this 
spce.h ; and to whattvcr came il ni.iy be 
attribute.!, it wiil mvcrthcless b:; dee(>ly 
regretted. 

V\ ben this -pt cch tea' lies Kurope, we 
may e.\pcct a danngint; .md 'nortilying 
response. 
tr 111 Id" t lii.:ipj .Ljurcil, i ".'oo'Tvativ.- ICep.] 

AVe cmnot but regret tbe evident ex- 
bibition id ill-tciiipcr by th..- President. 
Far better, wiser would it have leen for 
htm to have delivcr-,d a cihn. earnc-t dig- 
nided address, delvii-ling ;iiid ixplaiuing 
tbe faith that; is in hici. and avoiding all 
personalities, recriminations, or sSow ol 
p.ifiion. Jn this res[ict ihe tpecch ol 
Mr. Seward is lu sttoL.g coiiifHs', with 
that of tb'- President, 
troiii til" ^-t-w Yotk lim---- .'-'^•U-->.rvaiiv.' Kt|>. 

J( was an bouesi, impul-ive, imjiis- 
aiomd declaration of his unalterable de- 
lermination to sraxu i:y Tin; f'<>NBTiTL'» 
iii.'.N as the only guide of Li-i ollicial C'tii- 
duct, and to inaitttatn tb--. ititegrity, llie 
p- a- ■-• and b irmouy ol the Um-jx ok luii 
5r.\ri;> against assaults, open or secret, 
from wbitever 8ee:iou, patty or lactitn 
bey mi^;bt pr.-. eed. It coutaiuci not 
the slightest warrant for the assertion 
'bd' he hid (bmounecd the I'nion party, 
or that be had, in any way or to any e.x 
tent, thrown bim:3ell int;> the han.Js ol the 
Coppcrhca.ls or of any p.-itv that was 
tainted with di;-loyaity, or with iudifl'er 
ence to tbe integrity ol the American 
L'uion. It rose abovj all party con- 
siderations and appealed, in tbe most di- 
ne' and unmistakable terms, to the pat- 
ri'Jiisiu of tbe American people, it called 
upon th-m to rescue tbe Constitution and 
the Union from the danger which threat- 
ened both. If denounced, in unmeasured 
terms, the machinations of those who, in 
bis j'adgment, were [do'tinf^ tb-j destruc- 
tion of the Uni'jn for ibir o-.»n aggran 
dizement. Any (<ne \7bo ki'O'.vj Jindrew 
Johnson, and hai tollowi d ;lii; su':cesjive 
steps of bis public career, nei-d not be 
told that ■w'lalever be blicves. be 
believej fhully and tutncly. His con- 
victions of principle and ot dut-i arc 
part ot bis n-iture. Pittriotism - -de- 
votion to the welfare ot bis coun- 
try — hatred, deep and Tincompromising, 
toward every tl ing and cvcnbody whom 
he beli-.-ves to h^, ho.stib; to its pea.:e and 
safety, is with liiio. not. ."^ioiply an opinion 
or a St ntiineiit, but a pa.-ijiion -intense, 
burning, ail -engrossing— to which every- 
thing else laxx-t give way, ■\Thirh brooks 
no resistance, but grapple.i with it:; . t.emy 
as with a personal and deadly I je. It is 
not strange that su-.h a passion should 
sometimes hurry bun into apprehensions 
keener than the fact- will warrant, and 
magnify dangers which leally exist. 

The President's speech— in its general 
tone, in the leading thought and principle 
which it asserts — is one which will arrest 
the attention ar^d command tbe assent of 
the great body of tha American people. 
Its language is strong, direct, manly, and 
»u' h a.s no man can m-stake or misinter- 
pret. The President lays aside all the 
fa.-litious dignify with which bis high of- 
licc iavtats him, and talks directly, frank- 
ly, and with the powerful emphasis of 
unmistakable sin<-crity, to tbe people of 
tbe dangers which niina.-fi the country, 
and of the doty which devolves upon them 
to avf rt th'.-in 

The Freeflinf-nN Riirr2iii Vrfo. 

Kroiii Ihf CIi''-:i;;o Tiiljuii.\ 

The country ought to h- iiib.riiiiil in 
relation to the l'recdiuen',i IJureati bill 
which the President vetoed, tlii', the bill 
belote it patii d the Senate, iierbaps we 
might falely xdd before it was introducrd 
into Congress, v/as pirnscd by the Presi- 
di nf and r -. i-ivcil hi: npprobniion. It 
was -hripfd ;ind wm.bd partly to mret 
hi.-f viewa. It wa.t will iindirjton.l by 
the/riciidt ol tV- bill that be had < .\- 
pri-.>;.rd hi-f ;ciiic-lioii ate! frieiidsliip for it. 
Il.ri'-i-, wlicn it pa-sed the .Senate, it was 
voted lor by Itooli'tb-, of Wisconsin, 
Xortoti, of .Minn-nd'a, Stewart, ol Xe 
v»ila. l>ixon, of ( V>nnecticut, Morgan, ol 
New Vork, Van Winkli% ol West; Vir- 
ginia, wboer.nstitntc.Iohnsf,u''3 toadies in 
the Senate. Kvery one cf thern sup[»ori- 
-d Ih-r bill, bee line thi-y uii.|irft*ood and 
It. I) (.'• f.iti-.lj.-t(,ry to ibiir master, 
daily ronlidcn'ial 



STARTLINQ REVELATIONS. 

Tlii> ICeiifiioiitiry 4'ureer of the 
l*re«ltlenl. 

Col. Foruoy'a Porsoual Arraign- 
mout of tho Pro8ic«ont. 

Kruiu tilt) riiiUdelptiia Pre«ii— A Ivttvr written 
I..V .loUii W Foriu-> . Cl«irU uf tho Senate. 
Washim. m.N, Feb. l.*l>, IHtio.— I'p to 
this writing 1 have not conversed with a 
single iiidivi luol'-Seiiator, Hepniieiita- 
tive or citizen — whi avows bis 
wiiliiif^iiess to support tbe policy lore- 
shadowed in the veto mcssagu of tbe 
Freedmeu's Bureau liill. I say ihi.H, you 
will obstive. before we have received 
any intimation from the people of the 
Slates, iheir legislator..", newspapers or 
politicians, and bvloie either House baa 
taken action upon that extraordinary 
document. In one rcpeet it is far better 
that the relaliiips between the loyal peo- 
ple and Mr. ,Iohu6on should be clearly 
defined and understood. Tbe suspense 
which has prevaile.l in regard to his ex- 
act polii-\, succeeding and yet rapidly 
chuiging tbe almost unanimous approval 
ol bis aniui.ll message, was almost itisup- 
porlatile. You will recollect that, 
pri'jr to the New Vork and Pennsyl- 
vani.i elections ol la.st year. al- 
Ihotigb the Piesideii' was repeatedly 
called upon b_\ lb<^ |>ruuiincnt Union men 
in both Slates, and bolicited to declare in 
favor ol the regular Union tickets, or at 
K-ast against tbe copperheads, he relused 
to lake .sides withlbu fiieudsof tbeeouQ- 
try. In our own State, it can not be de- 
nied that be promised to give Mr. Cessna, 
chairman o( the Union State Central 



■ad other eoppwheailt, last ■ummer, at- 
teniptdd to pwalyze aod to prostrai«)|th^t 
party, 1^ cUimini; thattbo^ tpoku ui tbu 
name and with tbe authority of Andrew 
Johnson, the latter has been so ludller- 
ent to the measures be voted lor lu C'on- 
gruis and nustaiiied while he waa a candi- 
date lor Vice President, and even after 
he assuQiud the Preiidential chair, that 
his cvlduesii utuouated uluiost lu absolute 
and open bostility. The millions ol no- 
ble apiritii who at first rejected the idea 
that the man, thus sustained and thus 
apologized for by a generous aud loyal 
people, would be callous or treacherous, 
and who were then reluctantly forced tu 
accustom themselves to this dismal 
apprehousiuu, will not, I am sure 
shrink from the task now laid upon 
them ol consulidatiDg their rauks 
against the common enemies of their 
uountry. They must abandon all aspir- 
ations lor place ; and tbe compensation 
for this sacrifice, if it be one, will be in 
tbe fact that it is far better to be in a 
position of honorable independence than 
to be associated in the Government with 
those who have steadily prayed or plot- 
ted lor its downlall. But they will not 
have long to wait. These are days, let 
us hope, of purifying trials. No matter 
bow threatening thedangeis that surround 
u-i, and how novel and weighty the duties 
demanding our conscientious energies, 
both arc to bo preferred to that agonizing 
suspense which has heretofore been sim- 
ply advantageous to the copperheads and 
traiCorc, aud damaging to the permanent 
interests of the country. 

OCCASION AL. 

ALEXANDER H.STEPHENS. 



considered a secret for increasing the 
years of our life. His own age was un« 
hundred and uiue. aud be attributed it to 
the tact that he always slept with bis head 
to ibe North, and the rest ol bis body as 
nearly as possible in a mendianal position. 
by this means he thought the iron in bis 
body became magnetized, and thus in- 
creased the energy ol tbe vital principle. 

- » . ♦ . » 

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on tbe short side of middle height, his 
hair and beard almost or i[uitu gray, tbe 
latter wuin alter the French or American 
fashion, with shaven cheeks, the former 
brought forward and elaborately oiled. 
His eyes are dark, handsome, and viva- 
cious, I be lines below and about tbtm 
deeply defined ; the eyebrows appear 
thick and arched to seniicircularity. His 
nose is ol no particular recognized order, 
odd aud full at the nostrils, the humorous 
line running from them to the corners of 
the, mouth very marked and noticeable. 
His complexion is not very clear, and 
reddish about tbe rather sunken cheeks. 
He dresses in good taste, ipiietly, with 
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From tliB Ev. nin;t l'o->l Admiiiuira'.ion.' 

Il is a matter for regret lint Mr. John- 
SOR .should eo far allow his resi-ntment to 
get the better of b;s ju'lgm^jrl, as to for- 
get, what Mr. Seward very truly ob- 
servi'd last night, and what all judicious 
men in Congri .v- and in the country con- 
f at.tly li-;:i i.' :..i!.<I, that fL.; difl'-rtnie 
between tiie Prtsidcnt and certain iead- 
iog liepublicaiis is a question of methods 



km 

.Some of them were in 

inlitri ottrti- wilh bilii. 

We allirni, liirlh-njiur.-, that Ic bad no 
iniciitioo or im-lination I'l y.-fo it when it, 
was before the H-jus • ; atid the only 
clau.-e he hel any obj ctious to was Ibe 
iirl-idiiig ol Kentucky and Maryland 
iviihiti lb<; i.pi-raflfiii cl ibe bill It in 
well undi-rslojd in Wa.-ibington, when th-. 
bill wa.i lii-ff' pla-.ed in bis hand.i after it.s 
p is.u^e llir'i!i»;h both Iloupis. his iiileii- 
• i'ln wan .iierely to inako objection to 
licit i:l,tu:.'. wbi-.li iippli d il to bonier 
Si itt:-i which wcfi) repn seiitpd iil Cori- 
Ki"-' I'll! diJiing tbe nine days) it was 
in bii bandi tbe Copperheads won him 
■ v. 1 jin.l got biui to obj-ct t'l tbe whole 
bill, c-intt4:y to bis oiiginal purpofj and 
intention 

A Scnalur who cunvcr.i'.;d with liim .1 
day biifore 'he vet-j was idit in, et.iied to 
bis friciid that "be found the Pn-sidcnt, a 
ehangerl man ; tint be 'alked and a':ted 
altogether dilfrrenily (rom wh.it be bad 
done a lortni{;ht. previously when he bad 
eonv<;r»ed with him on Ibe lauie subject. 
A chang.- had come over the spirit of his 
dreams. Ho bad listened to the whis- 
perings cl the tempting coppcrln-ad ser- 
pent, and therefore he treacherously 
st.ibSi-d to the. bftart thi.i incas-jre of be- 
nevolence, ch-lter and justice to ihc poor 
co'orid pi of;!i , vht) b ive, proven h.i true 
and lltBad!a^t to the Ui.ion m ih-j bloody 
days of national peril and agony." 



cbi. - ^ ... 

Committee, an answer, which answer was 
never received. In New York be was so 
utterly ilemoralizcd by the visits of the 
Democrats who demanded bis endorse- 
ment of their platform, that he was only 
inforeutially ipiotcd in favor of the Union 
candidates. In both these States braie 
men who had fought against the rebel 
enemi'S beaded the Union tickets, and 
yet, alt'iough thev stood upon platforms 
earnestly approving tbe President's 
course, and pledged lo him the loyal 
support ol the people, he refused to aban- 
don Lis neutral ground and allowed the 
copperheads to claim him as their sup- 
porter. But tcith all this aid the copper- 
heads tcere more utterly defeated than at 
any period of the rebtUion. Please make 
a note ol this historical fact, inasmuch as 
it will serve to dissipate the cry that 
President Johnson'.-^ veto was provoked 
by what is called the Radical policy in 
Congress. No s'lch complaint could 
be made before the great elections 
to which I refer. The K'ldicals were 
silent at home ; and, indeed, b.ad 
been rather ignored by the L^nion party 
in New York and Pennsylvania, and yet 
the bund of the President was turned 
against us, and the battle had to be 
fought without him. The same temper 
characterized hifn directly after the meet- 
ing ol Congress. Not an intimation was 
given from the time of his annual message 
ol his intention to carry out the positive 
and voluntary pledges ma-ht while he was 
a candidate before the jieople, and even 
alter he became President by the assas- 
sination ol Abraham' Lincoln. His sas- 
picioui silence, in reganl to the blood- 
stained tyrant and traitor. .lefTerson Da- 
vis, which so alarmed tbe people during 
tht! autumn of bSG-'i, became more omi- 
noui and marked after the meeting ol 
Congress. From the organs of disallec- 
tion, beginning with tbe Xational Intetli- 
ysii'cr, nt this point, we had a constant 
stream ol i-alumii\ upon the earnest men 
of the republic, who demanded bis trial 
and exi'cu'ion. Aicordingly, trcas''!i ev- 
ery wlieie took !'cw heart. It wa.* as 
common to ri-liculc and •xci.MUotbe rad- 
icals m the South, aj it wan to outrage 
and chtaf tbe u-g>oes. Delegations ol 
the leading and mosi prescriptive Demo- 
crats paid re>{ular court, aud were received 
almost in state at ' he Piesrdential mansion 
From Pcnnsylvuii.i we bad su.'b men as 
Senators Clymer .ind Wallace — 'he Slan- 
derers of Andrew .lobnson in lb63. who 
led tbe Copperb. .ids in the Legislature 
when they n-fus-.d to allow him to speak 
in tbe Legislative balls ; from New York 
wc had tU'b men as John Van Buren, 
who was almost a guest, and tbe daily 
coDtident of the President ; and from the 
South the persouj regularly admitledand 
attentively heard, were the desperate 
leaders of the recsnt murderous rebellion. 
Meanwhile, tbe Union members of Con- 
gress watched tb«'»e extraordinary pro- 
ceedings with undissemblcd sorrow. Un- 
willing to believe that th-i men who had 
sought the life of tha Ilepublic, rejoiced 
in the defects of cur armies, denounced 
the execution c f the assassins of Abra 
ham Lincoln, aud covered the ii.ima of 
Andrew .Tohnsoi with oblo'iuy, were be- 
lieved, much less confided in, they called 
upon the President, an.f counseled with 
him ir. tbe mobt friendly and frat-rnal 
spirit Moriibed as 4hey were to see him 
enter taiiiing and Putening to the Copper- 
heads ol the North and the traitors of the 
South humiliated by his ill digested, in- 
coherent and illogical baraogn'-s as he 
received and answered all sorts of 
delegations — they sought, in eve- 
ry instance, lo hupprees their apprehen- 
sions. Thus every thing was done to 
avoid, postpone, and render impossible, 
the condition ol things which, i' now ap- 
pears, has been for months craftily, sedu- 
lously and treaf-herously preparing. Not 
a measure was contemplated by these 
faithful U< preaeutatives thai did not fiud 
its sourci or encouragement in the pledg- 
es and a-snuranees ol Andrew Johnson 
himself. This is true, even of the most 
radical measures of Congress ; for if any 
man in the Kepublic bad bitterly denounc- 
ed the ingratitude of tbe Southern rebels, 
it was Andrew .Johnson. He knew that 
nothing but the continuous Hagrant exhi- 
bitions of ingratitude constrained the ma- 
jorities' in Congress to adopt that decided 
policy, without which wc should have bad 
the traitors crowded into tbe high places 
of the fiovernment. Tho sufTrage fjues- 
tion was the logical result ol Andrew 
Johnson's own declarations and assu- 
rances. No man ever supposed that from 
him would proceed a single obj-.-ction to 
an attempt to reform the District of Co- 
lumbia, and to conlrr political rights upon 
tho colored jieople here. The same re- 
mark may be made of the bill which he 
has just vetoed. That measure was framed 
and reported by Trumbull, of III. — dis- 
tirguished for bis Ireciuently manifested 
dciire to sustain tbe Pre;ideut, and 
known for his oppoiilion to soma of Mr. 
Sumner's prominent parti-.-ular theories. 
It was s',> c.-.rclully prepared, and the 
Prc'iident wa.s so liilly aware ol its pro- 
vi.iions, tha* it was popularly bslievcd to 
have been submitted to him lor approval. 
His intimate friend. Senator l)oolitll(:, 
was one of its leading advocates, and not 
a Union vote in either House w.as thrown 
against it. '1 be measure itsi-.lf was not 
particularly acceptable to tb'.; Kadicals, 
but was accepted by them as an expe- 
dient preparatory to the adoption of a 
more drastic and permanent system. 



Ili« ISpcccli lo Ihc CicorKiti Le{;- 
islalurc. 



Robel <Jolua-M r>etstro>'o<l. 

Wlii-n cnturM or lime ha) i-hiited on th.-- hu- 
man bead euch colors an r.-hcl u{aini.t every Idea 
of toui'-lliieii:!, replace the in wilh lliodu ^lorloua 
and e.xijuislte black and Jiriwu liugHa every- 
where deemed Ihe 

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Some of them, to my knowledge, gave it 
Iheir .support because they believed it 
would be especially agreeable to tbe 
P.csideiil; on'l this will account fur the 
comparative rapidity with which it was 
passed. Il wa.i supposed that he would 
pioinplly give it bis signature, and thus 
protnule a betlcr tiudcrstaudiug on other 
subjeciH. Indeed, with the single excep- 
tion of Mr. Stevens in the House, who 
generally takes his own course, ami 
ercpresHly lehist. that nobody isiesponsi- 
ble for hi.-i words or his vote but biin- 
»" If, there was nnt a Union membtr in 
either branch who did not tedulously 
study every me.ins to eoociliate and to 
please Atidrew Johnson. And in this re- 
mark I desire to include Senator Sumner, 
who is know to have ^uitained the most 
intiiuate relations with tbe President last 
biiuntr, bec-i'iso they then agreed sub- 
stantially and thoroughly on the great 
CM^dinal duties and doctrines. Shortly 
alter the assassination of Mr. I.,ineoln, 
thev had a number of very satisfactory 
interviews. I repeat, among tho men 
who labored to maintain friendship and 
to-oporation between the President and 
tbe party that placed him where be is, 
and who defended bim against his own 
slanderers, were many of the decided 
radicals. I have not iriet one of there 
who does not look back with a sense of 
!i i:n 1-. I'liKf upoii llii Ireq'K-nt futile pf- 
fprls in tliis direction. 
From the time when Montgomery Blair, 



Ati.anta, Feb. "il.— Alexander II. 
Stephens' speech begins with the declara- 
tion that the great object of his life now 
is restoration, peace, prosperity and con- 
stitutional freedom to our disturbed and 
unhappy country. To bring about this 
end, be invites all to co-operate, and tells 
them their first duty is the cultivation 
and exercise of patience, to bear wilh for- 
titude their present misfortunes, a.< this 
is essential to their ultimate aud speedy 
removal. Amongst these a mictions and 
misfortunes be enumerates their being 
obliged to pay a portion of the taxes 
while denied a representation in Congress ; 
their partial subjection lo military rule ; 
their being without post olhces aud all 
mail communications, and so on. All ot 
these he says they must patieully endure, 
and warns them that bad humor, ill tem- 
per, and grumbling will not hasten their 
deliverance. Next, he exhorts them to 
exhibit a spirit oiforbearance among them- 
selves ; to forget tbe past, and neither in 
social, commercial or political matters, to 
agitate any questions that divided the 
people prior to tbe war. He earnestly 
deprecates any canvassing of past con- 
duct or motives ; he assures them that 
the present govenimcnt is what they want ; 
and that internal harmony alone will en- 
sure greatness and prosperity to the 
State. The following is perhaps the most 
extraordinary passage of bis speech : 

"Whatever may be said of the loyalty 
or disloyalty ol any in the late lamenta- 
ble conflict ol .arms, there was on the part 
ol the great mass of theSouthno disloyalty 
to tbe principles of the constitution of the 
United States. W^ith us it was a (jues- 
tion as to where our allegiance was due 
in the maintenance ol those principles- - 
which authority was pafamount, the State 
of (icorgia, or the Federal Government. 
As lor myself, I can afQrm that no senti- 
ment ot disloyalty to these great princi- 
ples ol self-goverumeul recognized and 
euibodied iu the Constitution ol tbe United 
Stales ever beat or throbbed ia this breast 
orb jart of mine ; to their maiutti-nance my 
whole soul was ever devoted ; to this cud 
my whole life has heretofore been devo- 
ted, and will continue to be the rest ol 
my M'.', God willing, lu devotion to 
these piinciples I yield to no man living. 
This much I can say for myvelf. May I 
not sty the same for you, and for the great 
mass ofthu people of Georgia aud the entire 
South ? Whatever dillerences existed 
amongst us arose from dilTerencts as to 
the best and surest means of securing 
t'lese great ends, whi-'b were the object 
of all. It was with this view and this pur- 
P'38c that secession was tried. That has 
tailed. lu^t'jad of bettering our condi- 
tion and establishing our liberties upon a 
surer foundation, we have in tbs war that 
ensued, come well nigh losing the whole 
rich inheritance with which wo set out. 

Other portions of the speech contain 
monstrous assumptions — that secession is 
not a crime to be repented of, but simply 
a failure to be deplored, and that the ac- 
cursed rebellion of the slaveholders was 
a heroic strug gle to maintain Ihe princi- 
ples of the Constitution of the United 
States. 

Mr. Stephens proceeds to tell them 
that civil warsare always dangerous to lib- 
erty, however much they may be prosecut- 
ed to advance it, and that having failed in 
tbe arena of arms, they must now aban- 
don the hope of constitutional liberty, 
and tbe cause for which they fought, un- 
less they can secure in the courts and the 
halls of legislation what they lost in the 
field, and then, of coarse, he tells them 
that the surest way of regaining what they 
lost in battle is to sustain tbe restoration 
policy of the President. Unless this suc- 
ceeds he has little hope for the American 
experiment of self-government. 

Having advanced these extraordinary 
views, Mr. Stevens says Georgia must 
accept the results of the war and obey 
them in good faith, because she has by 
her own act revoked the secession ordi- 
nance of 1861, and reordaincd the Con- 
stitution of the United Stales as the oi^ 
ganic law of the State, and consequently 
her citizens must now consider the whole 
United States as their countryj to be cher- 
ished and defended as such by all their 
hearts and arms. He defines loyally to 
mean the present acknowledgment that 
tbe Constitution of the United Slates, and 
the laws made in pursuance thereof, arc 
paramount law in the whole country ; that 
whoever does this is loyal as far as the 
term has any legitimate force in our in- 
stilution-i, and that the Constitution itself 
requires no other kind of loyalty. 

One result of the war, be says, is the 
total change in the internal policy of the 
South. Slavery is abolished for ver, not 
onlj' in Georgia, but throughout the lim- 
its of the United States. Whether it or 
the new sjstcm is the better can only be 
told after the new thall hive been fully 
and fairly tried. Meantime we must ac- 
cept the change as an irrevocable fact. 

What he says about the Ireedmen will 
bt; universally approved. Ho deidares 
the legi.s'a'ion for them m'lst be wi-^c and 
bum.-'.ne ; reminds his hearers of the fidel- 
ity and sitrvico of the negroes in times 
past ; recalls their moderation and for- 
bearance even in the hours of evil, anil 
declares that the people of tho South owo 
them a debt of gratitude, as well as acts 
of kindness. lie commend.i them to the 
Legislature because they are poor, unin- 
formed, many of them helpless, and liable 
to be imposed upon. They need protec- 
tion, ami legislation should ever be for 
the protection of the weak against Ihe 
strong. No possible harm can come from 
eliorts tl elevate the negro, and much 
good may. 

The speech closes with an tlotpient ex- 
pression of hope in the latore, provided 
all rally around the great standard bear- 
er of the ConstilMlion and Liberty, An- 
drew (Tohnson. 

a ■ • > » 

NkW PofSTMASTEK At Hl'DSON. — H. 

B. Jsggar bas been appointed Postmaster 
at Hudson, vice T. S. Seymour removed. 
Tne i&7ar and Times says : 

" l.'be change was made because Mr. 
Sejmour bad had tbe oflJi-<! f.jr a long 
time, and has no further claims, and Mr. 
Jagger had merited tbe position by rea- 
son of bis serriees as a soldier. Mr. 
Seymour has held the office for nearly 
five years, and has given general satis- 
faction to the public, lie has been 
prompt and courteous in bis conduct, 
and will retire with tbe good wishes of 
the community and tbe satisfaction of 
having performed bis duties laitblully." 

Sl.KEPlMi WITH TIIK IIkaI> T.» TllK 

Nonrii.— Herr Dr. Julius VonFuchivel- 
ler, an eccentric German pby»ician, re- 
cently died, leaving in bis will what he 



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leme. Kor all uU'ect ions' of the cbest, weight 
■bout tlie diapliragiu or Ui'pi-r pnitiou el the 
bowels, lu Colds and cijugh<<, for Injuries of the 
back, for all rtraias or bmlees, lor a wc>ak back, 
for nervou.-i pains of the biwelii, and other 
nervous air-'Olioa< and cramp-i, for heart alf-jc- 
tiou.s— In all tbPBc- ca»C"« tbey have to t>e used to 
be properly appreciated. 

UK. I. r. llttNLlMtSiTS's I KITFR. 

Karnvillo. La., March «, ib:,'). 

Dr. 1 . Ai.i.. oCK— Sir • 1 have been BuS'.'ring 
under a si-vi-re attack ol tuiirnl-jic Uis-asi-ot my 
bowels for y^ar*i, with 7i;/».r/ /•,•/)/.;/ of tlu hmirt, 
and have trli'd everything known »i> the practice 
of m.dicine from Hiu very be.-t .11 D.'s ; but 
truth prompts roe lo aiy that your plasters have 
given me more pi-r-vanent reli- f than anything 
elue I hiive u ..>-', nn 1 1 b'llevi) wi'l pr-'due a per- 
fect ciire. 

The co-jui'-r-irrit-int eflifct of your plasters Is 
produc.-d io i-ucli H mild iitiil grmlual way, they 
BO invigorate the circu.aii.in arounu tlie partj to 
which they are ftpplie.J, aud ex.'rl upon all ner- 
vous diBe5seii Buoh a great sedative inUuence, 
thit 1 (.lace them cunUdently at tb'i bead ol every 
piaster now in use. 

Yours, very truly , 

1. T UENDi-USON, M. D. 



fel.i'.d&wl 



A Pbyaiolojficial Vi«w of Marria(«.— 

Coutaining nearly 300 pages, and l.'iO fine Piatee 
and KugraviDga ol tho Anatoniy of the lioman 
Organ-) lu a etate of Health and Dl'!ease, with 
a Treatise OD Karly Errors, its Deplorable Con- 
i?e.ju«nc-fs upon the Mind and Body, with the 
authnr'B Plan of Treatment— the only rational 
and BuccerBful mode of cure, a.i Bhown by the 
report of cases treated. A truthful adviaer to 
tbe married aud those coutomplating marriage, 
who entertain doubts of their ph-yflcal condition. 
Sent free of postage to any addiess, on receipt 
of ;i5 cents, in stamps or postal currency, by ad- 
dresiing t'r. LACKOIX, No. 31 Ha den Lane, 
Albany, N. Y. 

The author may be couBUltcd upon any of the 
diseases upon which tue book treats either per 
sonally or by mi.il, and medicines sent to any 
part ol the world, oci:i8-d&wr-m 

Xbe Stricklaud Jtteiuedie!!.— We have 
for joma time felt it our duty, or an agreeable 
privilege ai least, <o say a word in favor of Dr. 
atrkklan-l's remedies, and aimply for the reason 
that we know tbem to bo good— ill, we believe 
that they are represented to b->. feW-d-ly 



TO DYE EAOY 
is very deeirable. MATHEWS' VEHE 
TIAN DYE is the be.-t In the woild. Complete 
iu one bottle. No wash, no stain, no troabl 
A child can apply it. PerBons wi-hlug to avoid 
the publicity of having their IJair dyed ia pub- 
lic, cin 

DYE AT HOME 
tietter than any barber can do it, by u-ing THK 
VENEFIAN DYE. It does not luboffor mak 
the Hair appear dusty or dead, but imparts new 
life and lustre. Gives a beautiful tilack or brown 
as pri'ferred. Price 75 cents. Prepared by 
A. 1. MATHEWS, New York. 

DEMAS BARNES & CO., New York, wholesale 
Agenta. eS-triftennAwly 

THE GREAT NEW ENGLAND REMEDY. 

r>r. J, W. POUiAND^S 

WHITE PINE COMPOUND, 

Is now offered to the amicted throughout the 
country, alter having been prove.! by the test of 
eleven yearn, in tho New England states, whern 
its merits have become as well known as Iho 
tree from which, in part, it derives its virtuee. 

THE WHITE COMPOUND CUKES 

Snrc Throat, Cuilii, Coughs, Diplhcria, Ilron- 
chUis, Spittinij rf Uloo't, Piilmonnry Afi-c- 
tiom njxnerallu. It it a remarkable remiili/ 
A I 



/or 



iiliiru CompUimtn, J>iiibilcs, Hijli- 
cullfi of VoiiUng I'rinr, ItlciliHg frion 



ul 



and otiter Complniiits, 
Give il a trial a triallfyou would l-'arn thevalud 
of a good and tiied Medicine. It in ph-asanl, 
sife and sure. 

Sold by DruggMs and Deali rs in Mcdiciiies 
generally. 

tiE'). W.SWKir, M. !>.. I'r.iprietrr, 
Ii- Blon, Mas". 
jinW ilkw'lTt 



Offers both s,'.xM« good advantages iu oli.lanil 
ornamental bianche-. Spring t.-rui ol tliirti-eii 
week.s begins Marcli aotli. Jrni puvs for boar! 
and common tngli-h. Suporii-r biiiUI^ingii, li 
teadiers, au'l '-oii" of the inoH biIcc-bi'ii 
BChooli in Ih" WmH." 

Knr Calalomies address tlm Uev. O. W. 
(jUEItEAlJ. A. M., Aurora . 111. feb-.-O Im 

" EXCKLWIOI*"' 

rnOTOQRAPH GALLERY 

(Oi>po*)ito the BrlilRe,) 
MIIKU STKKIIT, SAINT PAI'I,. 



The subf-.Tilicr having purchatejd from <;. K. 
Carpi-nti-r & Co. the Photograph Gallery bo fav- 
orably known as Jlr". Walkiiis' Gallery, llav- 
wurd's Itlook, rri-pectfully ioforniii the clliient 
ofSt. Paul and vicinity I liat he i-i prepared I'l 
execute Photographs ia every Btylc of the p.rl, 
and hopes by making flr.-.t-claiis wo-k lo merit a 
share ot tlieir patronage. Having had lourteeii 
years exp»i1enoe, he liopeH lo please lh<« most 
fastidious. 

ParticuUr attention to children and copying. 
AI.KX SINCI.AIK, 

Kormprly of Arcade Gallery. Rouheater, N. Y, 

QEOT W. PRE SCOTT, 

BOOKSELLER&STATIONER 



Having bought nut UKOH iK MTTLE 
carry on IhobuBlneBBat tbe old |-iace, 



nlll 



161 Thiid-.st.. St. Paul 

AddllioDB ha\'ii been mad-) l-i Ihe old Block 
to meet pri'srut waDls, and fresh Bupplioi 
ofeucti artlclKs ui are In d^mnii'l wlU be pro- 
curi"d. 

And everything i Ise in the paper line, ejccept 
enllart, to be fouud at 

lUI rrkircl Mti-eni 



fet rt fimoB 



JACOB MAINZ BR, 
Rc^istei* or Deeds, 

Itiim.'sc'y Comity, M.inu. 

KurDlKhcs corro't Abstract* of Titles for 
Lands and I^ots in Uamaey county. 
OlBoe— OocBT Uovsa. foblJ-Smiit'T 



»'i!-J,.'i67 01 
^5,00<J IXI 



117,11..: 5- 

C'.'.'i.M:! Th 
«,I1W Itt 
1.440 18 

none. 

none. 

aljove. 

none. 

Hk,I5I 00 
is 



UOIIO. 

fl.VJI b-i 
none. 

. 'I'l !iO 
none. 

.'1,0' 10 fiO 



I,s.3 0-.^ 



1(10,0110 00 



B.K.PU1NAH. 

Wbolesalc and Kelall 

GROCERS, 

COMNISiSlim MRRCHA'VTS. 

Importers of 
AMD 

European Produce. 

Dealere in 

Green and Dried Fruits, 

and In all kinds ol 

Tobacco &, ^cf^arsy 

Cor. Third & Market Ste., St. Paul. 

October 2, 1806, !>ct&-ti 



CA.i 
IIK. > 



UNITED STATES OK AHEIliCA 
Statk of Wlsconsih, 

OKKK aOJ THK StCKS'V OK hi A 

H. 1. R. Allen, Secretary of Ihe State of Wis- 
conslu, do hereby Cfrtif* that llenry Sauford, 
whose name appeiirs Bubsoribed to the aiii.e.Ked 
instrument, was, at the date tben-of. a Notary 
Public reBidiug in the county cf Dane, duly ap- 
pointed and qualiSed. and empowered by the 
laws of thie State to administer oath', take 
acknowledgemeut.s of deed.') and other written 
imtrum.-nts, and excrciiie all other i ucli powers 
and ilutieo as by the la-« of Nttiuns aud accord- 
ing to oomnier-ial usage mzy ti" exer-.Neil and 
performed ^y Notarios Pnblie, and that full faitli 
and credit arc due and Bhoul.t be given lo his 
official acts as such Notary. 

In wltncsB wliiTPof I have hereunto set 

. -w,.*^ my hand and alDxed the great »>-al of 

j SEAL. ( ilie Stat!/ at thi- Capitol in Madixon, 

' ^.-»-»^ ' ihiB fourteenth day of l-'ebniary, INjf), 

T. S. ALLKN, 

Sooretary of Slate. 

STA-lKOK MiNJJKSOTA. ( 
TKKASUBBK'SOFKICIt, ( 

The Madisori Mutual Insurance CoBpany, of 
Madison, Wisconsin, having fully complied with 
the rcijuiremeniB of un act entitled -'An act to 
amend an act entitlei ad lo r^-gulati- insurance 
compauirs not incorporated by t .e state of Slin- 
n"9ota," apt-rov'-d the twenty third day of Sep- 
tember, oue tliousan I eight hundred uud ^l!tty■ 
two, I hereby certify that said Company is au- 
thorized to transact business in this Slate, 

Witness my hand and real at the city of 
"-w^*- St. Paul, thi-i twenty-fourth day of 
1 SBAi.. j K.'bruary, one thoueaud eight hun- 
' ^»^^w dred aud sixty-six. 

CUAKLE8 SCHKKKKK, 
State Treaeurer. 
PerE.Mli. MuscH, Deputy, 
febin-lw 



US. 1IIA1ft«HA.I.'H nOTKCB— UNI- 
. lED STATES OE AUERICA-DIS- 
TKICT OF MINNESOTA. 
United States of America vs. Ofteen barrels of 
Splrits.Ac- U. 8. District Court, District of 
Minnesota— In Rem. 

Whereas, a litiel of Information hath been 
filed on the 'iCth day ol February, 186ti, In the 
District Court of the I'liited States for the Dif ■ 
trict of Minnesota, on behalf of the United 
States against fffteen barrel" containing Wia 
si-lOO gallona ot epirits, for the reasonBin eub- 
Btanceasin e»H libel eet forth, viz: That said 
spirits were heretofore and since the third day 
of Marcti,lK<.'i, distiUedand mauufactared at Bome 
distillery situate in said DiBtrict of Hiunesota: 
that said spirits were nevor iitpccteil, giingcl 
and prom! according to the provisions of sec 
tiou o'J of tlieact ct Constrets, entitled "An act 
to provide internal revenue to support the g»T- 
ernment, to pay interest on the putilic debt acd 
for other purposes,'' approved June .'iO, 1864. 

That said spirits weie sold and removed for 
consumption or sale from the place where th« 
same were distilled irilh^ut Ihe pmjmrnt of the 
'tutici thereon or any part thereof, according to 
the statute In Buch case made and provided. 

And whereas, I, CHARI.KS EATON, Marshal 
of the United States for the District of Min<-?- 
sata, uoder and by virtue of a warrant to me 
directed, issued out ot and under the seal of tbe 
District Ceurt oi the United .States for the 
District of Min-.esota,on the SOtli day nf Febru- 
ary, 1W.6, have seized th" said fifteen barrels of 
spirits as therein oomm-nrted. 

Now. thercf ire, notire is hereby ulven to all 
persons claiming the same, or knowing or bav 
ing anything to say why the same should not be 
CDUdi'mnedis forleited, and he' proceed* thereof 
distributed according lo the player oflhe said 
libel, that th^y t>"and appearbefore the said i^ourt 
to bo heldtn and for the District of Minnesota, at 
St. Paul, in the sold District of Minnesota, on 
th<- first Moniiayof Ainii, 1^c.i3, at 11 o'clock in 
Ibe forenoon ot'that day, if the aame shall Iw a 
day of jurisdiction, oih.'rwise en the next day 
ol jurisdiction thereafliT, ttien and there to in- 
terpose a claim for the s-aine, and to make their 
ailecalious in that behalf. 

on AS. E* TO "«, It. S. Marshal. 
M. I . MOS9, U. S. Dlst. Attorney. 
St. Paul, Feb. -'3 iscfl (eb24 14t 

GOVERNMENT PROPERTY. 



Ol > n-K Chib I Commissary SvnsisTifjieF., i 

DlSTRIir or Ml.NUBSOTA. > 

'■'Aisr Pavi., Minn,, Feb. -'8, 1M6. > 

Ih-'rc wiM In oflereil for sale at Public Auction 
at tills oflTic*, on Mondiy, Ihe &th day of March, 
IStW, at Ii o'c'oA. JI.. th" fjliowiug cond'jmned 
sub-isli-nce stores, to wit; 

lour (4) barrels Pork. 

Five i.^> barrels Klour. 

One il) barrel Corn Mral, (,.'"' pounds.) 

Terms cash, in U.S. funds. 

JOSEPH G. CBANE, 
Brevet Major, C. S.. U. S A. 

St. PauI,Krb..-S, I«lfi. 



Ofkii;k of the A . C. S., \ 

Four SBKi,i,iNO, Miss., > 

i'tbruary 2lBt, lS6i'>. ) 

Ih.K. will lie offered for sale at PUBLIC 

Ali;i'U)N ai thi< Post on Thursday, the 8lh 

dS", of March, iws;, at 2 o'clock r. M. tbe follow, 

liij; condemned Subsistence 6toree, to wit: 

THIKTEKN BAUREL.SOF FLOUR. 

Terms . Cash In U. S. funds. 

C. W.NASH. 

Captain A. Q. M. and A. C. S, 

leb£J-td 



I. A. IIVSKBK, VBT.\L UCKUIS, 



D. liCKRlM, 



ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 

Of GUARANfEKD CORRECTNESS tor all 
lands or lots iu Ramsey county, furnished wilh 
dispttch by 

BANKER, GUERIN & SON, 

Kenl l<^>tatc nnd ticnpral Agents. 

It"al Estate b;>ught and sold, rents collectod 
with care of rented premises, taxes pa'd, and all 
business p-rta!ning to RearrKstato B'll (icncral 
Agency, done wilh promptness, 

H|-.KSr.B;.NC-KS, IIV I'KRMISSI.iN : 

BIkcIow & Clark, Urisbin A ' armr, Allis A 
William', Henry J. Horn, Sl.irr's l.nmprey. G^o. 
t,. Oii«, AitoruHys at t aw, -^ . ;.ul, tlinn ; Chas. 
Passavanl. late Kegi..|i-r of I'.mvIb tor Hiijnsey 
ooniity, Minn.: lion. K. II. Ni-Ison, .lu.lge <f if. 
S. Di'iricl Court for Minn : Hon. W. Wilkin 
Judge District t'ourl, liuinni-y eoiinly. 

Ollice— Fourth i-ln-oi, unpualle Court ll.iuse, 
St. Paul,Mlon. febH-ly 



rpUB <'HII.I»RRa AKB AK.1. 
M. SINGING the charming Bongs contained In 
the "Merry tlhlim-s,'' I,, o. Emerson's new and 
popular book of .luvenile Music, rontaintng 
nearly two hundred pieces . every one a lavorlte. 
Most decidedly the best coIIpcIIod published, and 
following In tho path of Its predecBUfor, "The 
Golden **'rcat'i," of wlilcli no loss than a <iuar- 
ter of a million ropies h we lieen printed. Price 
60 cents. Sent post-paid. 

OLIVER DITSON A CO., 
Publishers, 277 Wanblugtou street, Doeton, 



CBttSICH VHOIRK ARB SATIS- 
KIKD that the hpst B ok for their use is the 
'•Harp of Jndtth." by i.. O. i merson. Letters 
from all directions omllrm the opinion that no 
collection uf church muBlo recently published 
l-ai given such g.-ueral saliBfaction. Cholri 
most fajiiidlcuB In their tastes, aud having the 
reputation of being "very hard to please," have 
aStnowledged the *'tlarp of Judah" lo be Just 
the book they want. Prlc«, (I .^'> per co^y." $12 
n dozen. OLIVn R DITSiJn A Ct>., 

'Puhliihert. 'J77 W.iBhington street. Boston. 

feb27-loh 



$1,500 



«»Ei» -TBAM-WE WANT 
AgnntB .-vorywhe'o to sell our 
IMI-KOVKI) t'JO Sewlot M'chine.. ThDc new 
kinds. Under and upp-r teed. Warranted Sve 
years. Above salary or large oommlBslons paid 
The ONLY machines sold In the United 8tato« 
for lcs« than $40, which are fully llcenteit by 
ITmiv, n'hieler ,f frUiinn. Cirarrr if llatfr, 
Sinijir .f- Co., and llacheiilei-. All other cheap 
mncliiniB are lufringements. Circulars fre--, 
Adddreet or call upon bbaw fc Clark, Blddeford, 
Maine. deo3«)-dfcw3m 



FOR ST. PAUL DIRECT. 



Tho Northern Itino Packet 

CyVl»'X'A.IN A.. B. JOI.I^Y, 

Will leave rittaburgh for St. Paul and Inter- 
mediate p'.'iots about tbe Ibth of March aext. 
40-For freight or passago apply on board or 

to B.C. GRAY. 

Jan27-«w 



FOR ST. PAUL DIRECT. 



Tbe new and splendid 

Northern Line Packet 
IVIIIVIVESOTA , 

CAi^r. THOMAS n. Etm:,, 

will leave Pittsburgh for St. Paul and all 
points on the Uiiper Mississippi about Ihe iOth 
day ol March. The Minnesota has been built re- 
gardless of uapense, and is fitted out and furn- 
ished eaperior to any boat on the Upper Hlesi- 
Bippi. For freight or pa.i.sage apply to 

R. C. (iRlY. 

Pittaburgh, January 20, IStW. janiC 6w 



A,C. WKTIIEBILL. 

WETUEKILL A 



CH%8. A. I'l-HAM. 

ITU AH, 



General Coiiunis«ioii Merctiaut8, 

28 SOUTH LEVEE, 
Between Elm and Myrtle SiTeets, 

SAINT LOUIS, MO. 

feblO 

IMPORT AIT TO LAWYERS. 



THMIEVISED STATUTES 

OF 

i\x i]>r:xE80T.A., 

as reported to the 
FRESSNT LEOI8I>ATCrBE 

BY TH« 

Revision Commissicners. 



The undersigned have on hand a limited num 
tier ol Volumes of this work, containing about 
Nine Hundred Pages. It embodies t le entire 
legielation oi thj Slate to date. 

The volume is too large to send by mall, but 
will be promptly sent by Express on receipt ol 
remittance. 

Price, f i.e4» p-r copy. Addreas, 

piacss pnmuro co., 

«*. Pawl. man. 



SALE OF COIVOKMNKD 

liOVERHM[|IT STORES. 



OfFICKOF THK AS6'TQL'ABTEKM»STBU, 1 

FOKT Skklliso, MiM2f Eso ra, > 
February 21et, ISiVi. > 

There will be offered for sale at PUB IX: AUC- 
TION, at this office on Ihoraday, tho Ijth day 
of March. l.*6ti, at 10 o'clock a. m. of saiddav, 
and continue from diy to day nntil a I is sold, 
the. following described condemned Govera- 
meat Fropertv, to-wit ; 

(lit Eleven Inkstands. 

(15) Fifteen Box Stoves. 

(12) Twelve Cook Stoves. 

(3) Three Tent Stoves. 
(SO) Sixty Wagon Covers. 
(J) Two Curb Bridles. 

(46) Forty six LrathtT Halters. 
(12) Twelve Uarne-s Hames. 

(8) Eiglit single seta Ambulance nartess. 
(44) Forty-four single sets Wh«elHanie-B. 
(6'{) Sixty-two single seta I.e^d Harness. 
(51 Five Lead Lines. 

(4) Four Riding Saddles. 
(b) Five Army Wagons. 
(I) One Anvil, largo. 

(I) One Anvil, small. 

(1) One pet Blaoksnith'e Tools, incomplete. 

(I) One Portable Forge. 

(40) Forty Horse Shoe Itasps. 

(I) One Vise. 

(.'I) Three Monkey Wrenches. 

t7) ^evcn Balls and Chains. 

{■i) Tliree Grind Stones. 

(H One Hand Corn Mill. 

(1074'4>One thousand and aeventy-foar and 
one-fourth pounds Rope. 

(?'-) Twenty-eight Ropo Halters. 

(none Cart. 

(11 One Bellows. 

(6) Five ButtresscB. 
■ (I'l) Ihlrteen Shoeing Knivea. 

(9) Nine Hairs Tongs, assorted. 
(4^ Four Shoeing liainmi-rs. 

(II) Eleven King Bolts. 

(12) Twelve Tongue Bolta. 

(7K) Seventy eight Forage Caps. 
( IS 1 Fifteen Uniform Coats. 
( 1^) Eighteen g.ishes. 

(5) Mvc Uniform JacketB, V. R. C. 

(4) Four Uniform .lackets, cavalry. 

(i'l) Twenty-one Trowesers, pairs civitliy. 

(3) Tbn-eTniwM'rs. pairs infantry. 
(.'i) Five Flunuil fa.ick Coats. 

(.1) Three Pairs Drawers. 
(l7)S<<v»nlefii pairs Boots. 
I4.'i) Forty five pairs Iloote.-B. 

(5) Kight pairs Stockings. 
(2; Two great coats, cavalry. 

(4) Four Water Proof I'ouche*. 
W Five Water Proof Blankets. 

Cv*-,',")) Two hnndred anti twenty-five g-Vat Coat 
Straps. 

(70) Seventy Woolen Blanksts. 

(9) Nine Pairs Buff. Overshoes. 

(It) Two grreat Coat*, infantry. 

(-2A:.) Two hundred and fifty-five Bi-d Sacks. 
aindo. 

(20t<) Two hundred and eight Bed Back '. double. 

(»> Thirty five Ppades. 

(22») Two hunlr.idand twenty-four Knapsacks. 

(344) Three hundred and forty. foui Haver- 
sacks. 

(441) Four hundred and forty-one Canieena and 
Straps. 

(114) One hundred and fourteen Axen. 

(113) One Hnndred andthrirteeuAxo Uandlua. 

(197) One hundred and ninety -f win Camp 
Kettles, 

('2.>7) Two hundred and fifly-seven M-s« fans 

(•'»") Thirty Hatchets. 

(30) Tbirtr Hatchets, handle'. 

(17) Seventeen Wall Tents 

(14^ Foart.-eu Wa 1 lent Flies. 

CT) Twenly-aeven Wall Tent Polea aud Plus, 

(•M) Twenty-three Common Tenia. 
(I)*) Eighteen Oomnon Tent Pole* tmd Pina, 
sets. 

(24»l) Twenty-four hundred and nioelyone 
t kilter tents. 

(13) Thirteen Pick Axea. 
(4\ Four Pick Axe Uandles. 
(4) four Sibley Tents. 

(4) Four fclbley Tent Trirod*. 
(») Four Sibley Tent Poles. 
(none Bell Tent. 
(I) One Bell Tent Pole, 
i'erma : Cash in V. 6. currenov 

febiitd Capt.' 



W. NASH, 
and A. Q. M. 



QRUBB & WHITNitY. 

Real Estate A^gonts 

MINNKA-POtilS, MINN. 

Taxes ntid. Land Warrants and tertii located. 
Honaes, Lota and Farms for sale, 
febl-tf 



ill IS^U, 



OHEAPER 



TsXAXr tb-b: 



CHEAPEST! 



Embroclug the largest and most uompleta at- 
aortmcut of 



rreiieh, Eni^llsh & Amerieai 
BEAVERS, 

ol the very b^st grade and qaalliy. lor Overcoat* 
and Suits. Also a large auiok ot 

FOERIGN AND DOMESTIC 

Coatings, Cassimeres, ^c, 



Th'it w will ofii'r for Ba'e In large or small 

'juantities, or make Into garnn-niB. Wc 

Invite till- attention of gentlemen 

wbo prefer ClothlBg, 



sTiLhH km fashionable;, 



aa well as thote of more eonaen-ative taste, 
with contidcnoe that our goodB and prioec will 
merit their patronage. 
. We have at tlila time a good asaortnient of 



Plymouth, N. H., Gloves, 
MITTENS AND OTTER GAUNTLETS, 

of the fineat 'inality. 

kC. I«. TENIVJSY, 

Uridue ^ciuare. t^t Paul. 

deo21 ** 



D. W. INGERSOu. & CO. 



ccBtinue the sale ci 



DRY GOODS 



Ji.T 



P5 



C AltDM »•■ 

fcNTLKMEN. — ^^»n>J>Ie wtli (" ..lojuei 
sent for 2S oenta. Inclose anj^nveloj^o v_tih yoni 
im naiBS.and ■" """ 

dM.«74B. 



HOVOCmAPB 

nple w.tl 

ipo V 
Address, O. UEMUITK.'l 



w uberty tt. N. 1 , Citr. 



NKWT STORE. 

NEW GOODS! 

Wholende and Rrtall Dealer in 

MENANOBOY'SCLOTiiING 

CLOTHS, CAS6IUEBES. VESTING8. AND 
TAILOR'S TRUOtlNQS, 

fliLTS. CAPS. 

AND 

GEirr'S FUBNIBHIirO GOODS, 
Trunks, Valittesi, Carpet OtLfn, 

MII-ITAKT OO'iDB, EVllBBCAPKS, COATS, LEO- 
OIKS, ET<-. FOR f AJTS, CULLABB, OLOVBS, 
BUFFAL.O COATS AHU BOBKS. 

Clothing Manuf&cttu-ed to Order, 

under management of JACOB MATTHEWS, 
Cutter. U. P. BOYLON, Salesman; both for- 
merly with T. B. Campbell. 

104 Xliircl »4treet. 

iWiloox BluoU.) 
8A.1NT PAUL, MINN. 

llflS-tf 



Wholesale and Retail, 



A* Price* l« C•rr«^•p•■d wisk (b« 

CiBels>ra Hatrlivt. 



CALICOES, 

Twenty lo TwenI) -five cents. 

DELAINES, 
Twenty-five to Thirty cents. 

And other Gccde to correspond at 

D. W.IKt^ERi^OLL&tO.'S, 

Ingersoll's Block, St. Paul 



deeU 



§q 4(0»«» 



J. L. FOREPAUGH & CO. 

Saint Paul, Minnesota, 

THE only: exclusively 

mmmi m\ mus house 

In Minnesota. 

decU4-ly 

Cathcart & Co., 

DRY GOODS, 

IVo. 13© Thlx-d street. 



SX. PAXJl-.. MINN. 



feblwl&wly 



LOOK! LOOK! 

DRY GOODS AT COST! 



Best Prints 25 cts. 
Delaines 30 cts. 
Figured Alpaccas 35 cts. 
French Poplins 35 cts. 
Alpaccas 40 cts. 
Merinos $1.10. 
A. W. Beps $1.35. 
Good Black Silks $1.50. 

And a Bne assortment ol 

Fancy Dress Goods, 

at very low prices. 

c Li o ^v k: 8 

Without rt^gard to cost. Al(o 

Cassimeres, Table Linen, 

HOSIERY, GLOVES, 

MILLER BROS. & WALKER, 

vCATOOLlC BLOCK,) 

1GI» T'liira-Nt., »t. Paul. 

reb4 



REAL ESTATE AGENT. 

STEPHEN MILLER, 

Jackson Street, 

OrrOSlTE INTEUNATIONAL UOTEL, 
SAINT rAUL, MINN, 



WIU tuy and sell Seal Estate, enter Pnblio 
Lsiads, with Warrants, or Agricultural Col- 
lege Scrip, after a personal inspection of Uie 
lands, and pay Taxes for non-realdeats In any 
part ol the State. 

lie refers to the State cfflcers and C salon- 

al Delegation of Minnesota, 

Jan.l7dAlrw- 



Au excellent assorUBknt of KniLDIHO and 
FENCING LUMBER, also MtY OAK and 
BA88WOOD, IU Aiica< tktlotecH anit <u good 
a* Ihc betl, at the old established "Bridge street 
Lumber Yard," Minnea^lli. Ulnn 

fobI7-3m UARRIS A PUTMAM. 



H 



OrsB AMD MAtT FOM SALM. 



A house aud lot adjoining my loaldence on 
ummit Avenue, above St. Peter str.vt. f.ir anlr, 
ilou^f is onveiiient and enrruundinj;* j 1. asant. 
Enquire ol C. PROAL, 

febTtf Cor. Third and Robert-its. 



GREAT ATTRACTION 



AT 



THE IHEAf CASH STORE 



DRESS GOODS 



AT OLD PRICES. 



Dress Goods at 25 Gents ! 
Dress Goods at 30 Cents ! 
Dress Goods at 35 Cents I 
Kice Cashiuere Delaines at 50cts. 

Good Alpaccas at 50 rents. 

DELAm <S AT 25 CENTS. 
Good Meij oes only $1.50. 
Good A.W. K s only $1.50, 

AMD A CKMCmAI. STOCK OM 

AX IX>W PRICES. 
!JLW BTTLE BLaCK AND WHITM 

PLAID SHAWLS. 
CLOAKS AND CLOAKING 8 
BalnioKil and Hoop Skirts* 

FOB AMY KIND OF 

You win find It for yonr interest to go to 

II. KKOX T.4YL,OB*S. 



218 Tiiiixi-sti-eet. 



ae*tf 



Rich and Rare Goods 
D. C. GREENLEAF'S. 



Solid Sil-vex* "^^'are, 

Warranti>d equal to coin. 

Table Spoons Dessert Spoons, 

XKA SPOONS, 
Solid Silver Table and Tea Kaive*, 

Table Forks, Dessert Forks, Pickle Forks, sar- 
dine Forks. Cheese Forks, rte Knives. Oake 
Knives, Butter Knives. Cheese KnlTes, 
Soup Ijtdles. Sugar Spoon*. Sugar 
Sifters, Silver Napkin Rings, 
Jelly Si>oor«, Berry Spoon., 
Oister I.ad|ps. Masfard 
Spoons, Salt Spoons, 
loeCrt>am Spoons, 

BGO SPOONS. Gold Idned. 

Preserve Spoons.. -iilver c^ips and Goblets, Tea 
Strainer*. Tobacco Iloxes. I'ard Oaa-o^ 8|H>ctacle 
Cases, Port Monsles. Salt Cellar., fHiU Knlres, 
Child's Knives. Forks and St>o<>n<<— all pure SO- 
Ter. A fatfge asMirtment ofSILYEK pLaTED 
W A K K ■ 



AHBRKCAM WATCBBS 

A targe lot. In Gold and Silver cases, acQasted to 

heat and cold— .ammted good tiae- 

keepers. 

too Cases Seth Thomas' Clocks. 

A ftiU Une of 

IVORY AND PEARL TAILE ClfTLEIY. 

Come and see the Diamond Goods at 

D. C. eKBBMK.BAr'S. 
The largest assortment of 

Gold and Silver Watches 

In the SUte. 
Diamond, Opal. Pearl B.l>y and FmeialdBtan 
■ad lias, UByx. Amethyst and Garnet Jew- 
elry ,8ol<d tiold Bracelets. Gold 1 lOnblea. 
Gold Meeklac-s, Go'd Chains, 
la large lot.) 

Solid Oold Rings, 

Store in Greenleaf s Block, 

Oppoaite Coaoett UaU, neu^ the trot* 0»m. 
... ».<}.«I 

d aa-i- 



CABnxT •mcAM iMMvmrc- 
TlUaS AND HCSIt:.— Wlnaw'e Vm§t» 
Gnlde for the Cabinet Organ, coatalalng eaay 

and progres'lve lessons, and new aad atiractlv* 
exercises. de.«igued le enable any one to obtala 
a knowledge of p'ajing niihout the aid of a 
Teactier; together with a chi.ice coJIociion at 
pnpuiar Music adapted to the InMruinent. >rlce 
:i r-u:r. CU receipt ol «Lich topies «iU b* 
mkile><. pcst'pstd. 

OLITKK DIT80B A CO. 
febis PnbUshers, Bestoa. 



-> 






rHJfl BAENT i'AOIi DATLr PKEBtf. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1866. 



|laiUoa4». 



MINN. VALLEY RAILROAD. 




On auJ >ft«>r 

Momla). iKniiikr iatli. IJ*I)5, 
Mmuosot>i staseCo.'a Liue, 

»cu'.tn.>n the 

StsNEScl A I'KNTRMi RAILWAY. 

•t. raul iti ti Jtt a. in. * 4.3* p. m. 
iViUNii KAST. 

fc»air« »««al«>»P«'«* «»»««»-ii«. * •• P- •»• 

\. U VMILTON. 8«-cr*t»rv. 

pn\^^^ r ' >ivisji«.>r^' 

ST. hvri \ r.vdFir u. u 

Oa »•:-■ ■ 



fauttl ^dkiiirp, kt» 






Leave? " 
l/e«v<'- ;■ 



il ran M follow J 

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L«»Tes >i 

L<>»vej -' \ ■ > 1 ■■!■ 
A.rrlv^ ji( St. I'lul. 

llt'KV.Hrno ' l»« 
or an >"»tr» r'%'" » 
doctor. 

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r M. 



TO RAILROAD PASSENGERS 



ij. 



-Jjulh over the 



MiiiiiOMiln Coiittal Railuay, 



I b'av 



faa! at :i-, o'cloj* i-. m. by the 



1$t Division St. Pauldi Pacific R. R 



A«dr»3o' -■ 


»■■•'. T.- in tlcne 'iv-onpert wit'i 
. ! M. Train going South on 
•>iit Road. 


OmrP 
Parifl.- !! . 


iireoT IVom the '^t. I'aul & 
I jt to t!n' Mlnne-ota *. ••ntral 
•onv'.y pii-<H"ntiT« art! Mk- 


0Ct4-ff 


F. n. I»BLAXU. 

•SuperiDt^adi'Dt. 



Si 

Nfw Roiif*" Kast ami Sooth 

Rochester ciud Wmona and St. Peter 
It VILROAI>. 

4 Pa - • i"aTe» Roche«t»r dally at ": 

JO .\. SI Wlti"ci at 5 o'oloc*, P. M.. 

aoanectr . 

Miunoaotft 8t«geCo.'B Liii^ 

fci L»<>'35re. 

B^-ttiitilnit, l-aves Wlncnaat 6:»0 p. m,, •rrt* 
ug at Roch-stcr at 10 p. m 

Pii'-n^tTT by thU route -top over nlnht at 
Bo«he.t<>r anj make »h9 4aiD« tim" to and ftoin 
8t. rtul a.^ b. t' ■' Kivtr Route. 

For T'(->>"< »::'y t" th" M^tlnr«o•.^ "^tivce 

JOHW WBWEIiIi. 
decllti ■■p«rlat«a«l«B«. 

r^oo. isea. 

WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 

MlN«SftT\fE^TIHlR\llW\y, 

Quickest, Cheapest and Most Com- 
fortable Route to the East. 



On iiod .>•;. r MONDAY, Doworbei 


^^ 


4th, 18«S, 


Trattn »! : ir >v«! a-t IoMowb: 




, .IVO- SOTTTH. 




L*i 


7J0 A. M. 


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8.15 " 


" WwrtCOtt 


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10.34 ' 


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ArrtTC Faiib»nlt 


11 .-JO M. 


GOING NORTH 




Leave Fartbault 


4.C0 P. M. 


" I>an<ia' 


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" Sonhlitll... 


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" Ca.'t'^ H'^'-k • 


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Train- ■ ■ ■ ■ • • Lvnnoctiosi with iho Mln- 


o«*ota ^tlr<" t ompany's line, at FirlUtult. 


^'«o 'lAiiy linen of fo«r horre coaches mn be- 



t \t»r. Faribault and Ka«i<on, where pa^aecgera 
eonn»ct with train* on the W inona and St. Peter 
Bailroad. 

Pa-wnif" I'-aving St. Paul or MinneapoU^ at 
7 A. M. arrivo at WUona at 11 p. M., and at La 
Cro«#e to tid)i>- the 6 a.m. train next mornins; 
or If pr»f-rr<'d rTniin at Winona over night 
and r»ac*i La Crosse for the 5 p. M, train next 
day. 

Ar'inir»-ir.»n • have t)*'a made for forwarding 
freight b> Ihii route from La Cro?ee with dls- 
paKh hat at greatly reduced rates. Through 
contraci- for freight can be made at the oflkoe of 
the ComLany in Mlnceapoli', or with Borup & 
Cbamplin. Ag'ntn. St. I'aul. 

Tbrouzli lick'tscan t)epurchaiied to l..aCros'e 
andallpoirt. In the iairrior of Southern M in- 
netota »t tti» ofEce cf the Railway Cempan; 
and cf t'e Minnesota "tagp Company. 

decl 'f ». C:. MHEPARD, Hop't. 

FIHMT ni%'IAIU.V ST. PACI< ASn 
PACIFIC RAILROAD, 



I.A.'^I. tlKP'T. M«i?« A!«n BKAsrw 
.Sr. Faii,, .June m, 



I rKR, ) 
•• ». i 

N C J T I n K 

TO SETTLERS ON R. R. MIVDS. 

A!l j,^rj ;p ■ ri..<(minK liri at Oovprnin.'nt price 
who re^Me in the Townships named below, are 
hereby notlde.l that the Company has acquired 
th«feetuthe Kallroadland* located I' uld Town- 
iblp«, and thoy are hereby reo,-, ■. i to make 

8 roof of their right to the land' '"Cupled by 
Jem. and make payment therefor ^-v-nrdlngto 
the laws reirilating the same. 

\.'.-fviiii, 'Jjr-ii. Knnge 

»,5. 7 *; 2ft 

7, 17, r^, ' - '. ^l.^r » .M 2S 

1,5, », 11, H, 15, 17, 1», 27 Xi 2« 

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7, », 11, IS. IS, 17, W, 21, a, 29,27,29. S6 'M 
1, .1,5.7,9. tl, »•., 15, 17.19,21,23,26. 14 27 
1,3,5, 7. 'J tl.l^t.lS. 17,19, 21,28,26, 

27,2«,!». 3:1,35 M 27 

»,»,31. X\ 3« 77 

,«, 11. U 84 21 

8^.7 IJ!, '5, 17, '», 21, «J, 26, 29, 

88,M 

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OKORUK L. BM.'KiiK. 

t.sBd <'fimmlii9ffjii.'i 



MORSE'S EXPECTORANT. 



The Great Throat and Lung 
Medicine. 



■ ( U WMrr»u(vd (a Care CHOt.'lf 
Baary Tlas«. 

K* tt»» avver r>*ll»<l •■> curr Itav «« oral 
('r«up and 4'ulai 

Il ta thronl.t nrdUluv tbttlMlll cur<< 
Whuopln^t (uiish- 

■ • will pr<>«rui t'ouaunsplluii 

■ ( will rurv Aaalhnia und M<>II<<1«> 
t'oaauniiiilon. 

ll CHI*** laduvBiiia uud llorv Throat. 

It cure* all, II the directlou" are strictly toUow- 
ed. or the money will be tefundod. 

That Cough which you are neglocllng may re- 
sult In fatil consamplloa It some prompt remedy 
I* not u>ed. 

Why !«crlflc«* jaur life when vour disease can 
be cured jo >|nlcklT aid at co small a cost ' 

What U the \a!ii" of tnoni'y when com. ared 
to health r| 

MAM'S llTi. Iowa, March .■.tJ, Inw. 

Jlf.-im.Mi'KxK i 1MI1.^ >— IX'ar ."^Irs : This Is 
to cerlify 'hat 1 have 'ijid Morse'a llxpcctorant 
In my tauiii) fvr thi' laft two years. For coughs, 
sore lungs, Ac , 1 kiio>y It Is one of th" best 
m>'dii'iiie» evr used. Ker Croup its ert'ectti are 
K.'udcrlul. I have sol'la large amount ot It snd 
r»'Coinmeud 11 to ray friends, and take pleasure 
lo recommending its use, knowing that b> to 
doin^; mnrh suffering Is re!ieTt='i 
Yous truly, 

MARTIN BKPIMUIJN. 

Arsriic, Minn., March 8th 1MB, 

I hereby feretifv thst I have i'.i"inini^d and 
tested in mv practice the mi'dkine Xuown as 
Mors'.'s F.xp'Ctoinnt. lor Coughs, Col is, Crony, 
Asthiui, ftc, *o., vrep'ired by Morw A Uailey. 

I regard it us a preparation ol great merit, and 
wouMcordUl > rrconiuiend it as being,, prepared 
with sreci:il c.-jre. by reliable meu ^ more eflicji 
clous I'lT tlie tr'-aiment ot the various disea-i-s 
for which it is designed, than any remedy of 
whIoT I liav- any knowled;<e. 

B. A. HARNE.t', 11 D. 

Address all ordeis to 



PROBATE BLANKS 



VA\VTER&K08E, 



Wholesale Druggists. 



AIluw uj to udj that our tilock is lull and 
comp'cte. The atentl"u and jatronags of the 
Nor;iiw*st ri'spectfuiiy solicltea. 

VAWTER & ROSE. 

St. l'aul..lanuary -Ith.tlsOt;. 
ja34. 

• THERK IS NO SUCH WORD A3 FAIL" 
Xarrant'a Compotmtl Kxtraot 

OUBIT.OH ^k C70RA.TB..V, 

I.sasure cTtain and sped .cure for nil dieeas.s 
of the Blxdil.T, Kidri'ys and Urinary Organs, 
either in male or female, frc juently performing 
a pfffct eur»- In the short space of three or four 
diys.tDd alwavs in I?"* time than any other 
preparation. In the u'e o( Tarrant's Compound 
Lxtract of Cubeb's and Cop'iiba there is no need 
of corafin»m"nt or change of diet. In its ap- 
proved t\.>rm of a paste, it is entirely t'lst'-Iess, 
and cau">s no unpleasant S"n?ation to the pa- 
tient, and no ixposure. It is a.iknowtedged by 
the most learned in the profession that in the 
above class of diseases, Cubebs and Copaiba are 
the only two remedies known thit can be relied 
upon with any certainty of succes^j. 

Tarrani'9 Compound Kxtract of Gubcbe and Co- 
paiba NKVFK KAILS' 

Manufactured only by 

TAWK-AHT « CO.. 
278 Greenwich St., N-^w York. 

tg- Sold by Cmggists all over the World. 

myl7-ly 



F\FKKlt:NCED AGENTS 

to canvass for 

LOSSING'3 PICTOKIAL HISTORY 

OF riiK 

OREAT CIVIL TVAK, 

In Three Volumes of (iCO Pages each. 
And containing over 2,000 lllastrationc , 

"The .Standard." 

and as such endorsed by Gen'»ral8 Grant, Sher- 
man, .Sheridan, Pix, Wo' 1 and others, 
Addr»)?s. CLARKE A CO., 

"Western PubUsheis. 
*0 A e.: Wa«hiDgton-sc., Chicago, 111. 
febl-lm , 

iseo. isee. 

Cash Wholesale Clothing House. 

WHITK BROT«ERJ*«, 

WHOLBSALIC BEALEKS IJf 

CLOTHING 

AND 

lientleiuen'S Furiiishiag Uoods, 

Chanabera, 49 aad 30 Wiabaah A.r.. 

Between Lake and Randolph streets, Chicago, 
J^Particular attention paid to order'. 
jan.lO-'Jij 



JOHN V. FAKWELL & CO , 

WHOLKSALE 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 

42, 14 d 4<) Wabiish Avenue, 

CHio^ao, 

AND NO 5 COLLEGE PLACE. NEW YORK 

4y Particular attentlrsn p»id to orders. 
ian.V-3m 

Throat and Lungs. 

13 R. STBICKLAND'S 

MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM, 

Is warranted to b? the only preparation known 
to cure Coughe, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, 
Whooping Coughs, Chronic Coughs, Consump- 
tion, Rronchurs and Croup Being prepared 
from Honey and Herb' it is healing, softening 
and exp"ctoraiing, and particularly suitable for 
all affectionsof the Throat and LunR^. For sale 
by lU Druggists everywhere. 

DYSPEPSIA. 

DK.STKICKLANUS TONIC is a concentra- 
tfd preparation of Boots and Herbs, with antia- 
cids and carminatives to strengthen the st'.>mach 
and nervous system. It is a certain remedy lor 
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Nervousness, Ix>4s of 
Appetite Acidity of the Stomach, F'latolency 
ana D<'billtv. It is not alcoholic, therefore par- 
ticularly suited lor Weak, Nervous and I'yspep- 
tlc porton". For falo by all Druggists every- 
wh'jre, at ^1 per bottle. 

PILE REMEDY. 

Dr. ISlricklind's I'ILK REMKDY lia< curi'd 
thousands of the worst ca-es of Blind and Bleed- 
In (^ PI If s. It give" immediate relii.-fand tffects 
a permanent cure. Try it directly. It Is war 
ranted to ctire. I ^ sate by all Druggists at 50 
cents per bottle. feb.31y 



THE COSMOPOLITAN 
HOTEL! 



.¥AM. .J. lilLL. 

Forwarding & Commission 

AOKNT l>()R THE 
NOaiM WK.srERN PACKHT COMPANY 

Il.f JXO'.S r-KMRAL RAILWAY, 
MU.. A:{D PRAIRIE DO CUIt.M RAILWAt 
FltEUillT CONTRACTED 
ALL lOIN'H EAST AND flODTB AT 

Ik .-OWFViT RATK8. 
»»■<|^"rc^u•.rI!^s tndl>amagf<i prOBJptljai*. 



djustrd. 



Ko}al Havana Lottery of Cnba. 

f ouduc'.ed by th-i Spanish OoTernment. 

<i,m,m I.> fiOlB BRifJI EVERY 17 DiTS. 

Prize' cish- <! and information fnrnlttjed , the 
highest rates p'lld for Oonbluons and all ktndi 
of <i»ld and MMver; alio for all government Be- 
curitii-s. 

TAYLOR A CO., 

feb.3-l y Bankers, 16 Wall-et. , ». T. 

^ AW mil, TOR MAX.*. 

A». one of the bt^st points for thefsale of Lum- 
ber on tU'i UlsAisalppi River. Also one set of 
M»ehin-.rv, for Muley 8aw Mills, entirely n.w. 
One set of Machinery for Hath Saw Mill, nearly 
new. For particulars Inquire of 

C. BRIDGMAlf , St.aond, Minn. 

fet22tf 



An (fpperTown Eslahlishinent. 



TllE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY. 

tlo aappiy • deHoleaoy loBKexlatlBg.lukve priatad 

aad ready lor sale the following Blankt 

for utfv In Probate Court : 

LKITEKS OK UUAUDIAK8U1P, 

|lX)MMiSS10NKRb- WARRANI'B.^wlthoatlu. 

REPORT OK COMMISUlOMEBti, 

APPtLAltJKRS- APPOINTMENT, twlth«aUi»,J 

INVKNIVUV AND APPRAISEMENT, 

NEPARAII' INVKNlORV BV WIDOW, 

AOMIMSIRAroR'S BONDh, 

H)MMI.SSll»N TO SEl ILK CLAIM.S, 

LETIER^ OH ADMINISTRATION, 

WARRANT TO APPRAISERS, 

GUARDIAN'S BONDS 

BALE BONDS, 

EXECUlOR'd BONDS, 

LETTKU8 TESTAMENTARY. 

For sale by the nuire or single sheet. AdJtesa 

■*HK.-<kM PHl!«-riniW to. 

JOHN WOODWARD, 
Me 1'elia.iit Tailor, 

Dealer in Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, 
Broadcloths and Casslmeres, Third street. Upper 
Towp.St. Paul, Minn. Cash advanced to suit 
in Gold. Sliver or Greenbacks. ianS-ly 

P. A. SE^VEY & CO/S^ 

DAILY DISPATCH LINE. 

Points in 



ilK »mX put l^xt»f^ 

UBLIitUKO DAILY, TBl-WKKKLY AMD WKKKLT 

«^ > ttloe— .A-OjoliUus Uie liirdce. 



The 



An. 



K,MCroia«>. IV'iuoaw and all 
the XortUitrat. 



K. A. .SciiM'y fc Co., would ca'lthn a'tenllon 
ol Merchants and bhippers to the fact that they 
have cstaMishod, and will run during the Winter 
in connection with the railroads of Minnesota 
and Wiscsmsin, a daily Dispatch Freight Line, 
counecling all points between LaOosse. Winona 
and the Norlliwesl. A snOiciettt cumber of 
Teams will be put on the route to accommodate 
the large and rapidly lucrejising business, and 
the greatest care will be taken that all Goods 
consigned to the Dispatch Line will bo forward- 
ed .with dispatch, with care, and at the lowest 
possible rates. The line will make connection 
with all points in Ihe Northwest, thus alfording 
Khipi'iTs the usual facilities. Wheat will be run 
from the Elevators as last as brought forward. 
Capt. I.-.AAC II. Moil TON, Managing Partner, 
La Cros.se. Consign all good for transportation 
to F. A. SKAVEY » CO.. I a Crosse. 

BORUP A CUAMPDIN, Agenta, St. PmuI. 

jan4-3m 

■VKT ISKS AlVD lyl^VOHH 

t CITABLE JOH 

MEDICAL AND FAMLLT UbE. 

OLD BOUUIJ' >N AND ItYK WUISKY. 

OLD Qt:EEN.S PORT WINK 

OLD MADERIA WINE, 

FINK OLD I'ALE SUERRV, 

FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDY, 

CHOICE OLD HOLLAND GIN, 

JAMACA AND ST. CROIX RUM, 

HEID.SICK CHAMPAGNE, 

MlSSOCRl CABINET, 

STILL AND SPARKLING CATAWBA 
WINES, 

CALIFORNIA WINES. MUSCAT, AN- 
GELICA .\ND POKl, 

OLD SCOTCH WHISKY, 

Jl. WAT»«M WaBB, Jw. 

Bovl9-ly 

S^L. B/VILET & CO., 

Dealers In e?ery kind of 

F IT K. IV I T IJ TIJE , 

Fur the 

Parlor HiniH-: Kouni k Chamber. 

PICTURE FRAMS & MOULDINGS 

Of aM kinds, 

'Va.rniHheH-, Olue, ^c. 

Upholstering Done to Order. 
244 Third Street. 

H. L. HAII.EV. 
Il»»n-v AUOl'ST KOEOI.K 



T 
T 
T 



TEAS! 



BA— FINEST UNC'JLO RED JAPAN. 



BA-C XTHA FINE IMPERIAL. 



BA.— E.\TU.i FINE GUNPOWDER. 



m«A— EXTRA FINE YOUNG HYSON. 



T 



BA— EXTitA FINE OOLONG. 



mBA— FXTRA 
A FAST. 



FINE ENGLISH BREAK- 



The above we warrant i-ubb and FRBsn, at 
prices which caacot fail to please. 

prTarAn * paab. 

January 8, IWfi. »n9 

DENXA-L INSTRUMENTS 

For sale, a complete Traveling Caae, of the very 
best quality of Dental Instruments. 18 Forceps, 
27 Ivory handles and German silver ferul plng- 

fcrs and scalers. Also, steel handle plugeers, 
rasa excavators, files, glasses, &c., »c. Allfor 
$100. If not sold by February 1st, will be retailed 
te suit the purcha?f r, and at low prices Call and 
examine, at the LOAN OFFICE, 

No. 231 Third street, 
JanlO-d;;m* 



Family Groceries. 



The undTsigned tiavlug lea'ed the line t^ree 
sfory Brick Block on the corner of Third and 
Franklin Mtn-ets, formerly e.dg'-rtou's ItulMiDgi 
have alt'-red and ri.'modeled It into a 

Fii'.st Cla.ss Hotel, 

and thereby supplied a want for several years 
lelt In the Upper Ward" of M. Pau'. The 
situation l« one of the Uaest and most con- 
veni'.ntin Ihe dty, tud 

The Cosmopolitan Hotel 

will prove I'lcep-able to all who may favor It 
with a vist, If a dean and airy location, 

Fixmitiare, Oarpets, 

AND BEDDING, 

The Bent and Choicest Comestibles, 

with anoxoAptlonable Cookorr and popular 
managers and assistants are the requir meets 
sought for. These things being the features of 
th.< new 

Oosmopolltciu llotul. 

It Is recommended to oltlzons and strangers, with 
a confldeeoe that its patrons will not bo disap- 
P''.iDted, 

BEGHTNER & KOTTHAN. 

fiUlly 



NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS! 



The un'lersiKned, havingjnst open'd a choice 
stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, at their store 
on JACKSf>N .HTREET, nearly opposite the 
"Hitj C'lo'-k," will keep constantly on hand a 
full assortment of all Goods in their line. 

A share of the public patronage is respectfully 
solicited, 

nnvNiion * wbi.i.b«. 

January I7th, IMW JanlS-ly 



ST. PAUL BROOM 

Ann 
BRUSH FACXOTEIY, 

Fort-st , bet. Eagle and Chestnut. 



Being determined t" produc" better mana- 
lactured Goods than can he procured lo the State, 
and at as low prices, wouM therefore respect- 
fullv "oUcit the patronage of the Merchants of 
St, Paul and neighboring cities and towns. 

TUONAN aSUTOS. 
N. It. UigliesI price iiaid for liroom Corn, 
febl 



Honest-Reliable-PoBder Well. 



THE JOHN P. MANNY 

COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER. 

THE BE)T H.\BYESTER L^ THE WORLD. 

APBRFEC-r MBAPBR-.A PBR- 
FK.cr MOWK.R. 
A Pfrf'-ct Hand Raker, a P»rfeot Helf-Baker 

c<)m|iln<'d in one mnrliine. Fiirmers will look to 
thi-lr Interest by.eximinin< th" great advan- 
tages which this machine liiH over all others, 
before giving their ord'»rs. Kemember this Is 
NOT the old P. M Ann r Machine, or the old John 
11. Manny Machine, which have rucb strong 
preju'lices against them In many places, but the 
ginulne J<jhn P. Ma.nnv- the Farmer's favorite 
and friend wherever known or used. There was 
about oil'' hun.lrrd of them used by farmers in 
Olmsted and Duclgo Counties. Minnesota, laat 
year. II you wish to post yourself on the mer- 
its of the machine, (and you certainly should if 
jou design buying,) send for a circular or 8KB 
THE Mac'iii.se. 

Hlxor eight Good Agents wanted In different 
parts ol the state. None others need apply than 
UONK8T, RKI.IMiLK men. 

Apply for circulars, Infotmation, Ac, to 
JKS8E WHITE, JB.,Roche8ter,Mlnn., 

feb7dAw3w Qeneral Ag't for Minnesota. 



Bt.j«l«H BOOHS, DAT BOOHS 
LEDGERS. JOURNALS, Ac., made to any 
Kttem and boand la tb« bMt style by the Preii 
Intlsg ■ 



HT. 1?A.IT4., 

STEAM CHAIR FACTORY. 

JANSKN BROXHKKS. 

waoLKBAI.e M M*UFA<:rUkEKS or 

ChairH, Bed.<(ie>id8« Lounges, 

OUIllH, Ao , 

OF kvup.y description. 
Eagh Street, near the Upper Letee. 

ST. PAUL, MINN. 

All kind! cf Tnralng for sale and done to order. 
Boroll Sawing and Planing attended to. 
aneZ7-lT 



Pr<>«ldrnt*s Policy 
oilier Movement. 

From Ihu N. Y. Eve. Post, ',;3d. 

A uieuting of prominent citizt-ns ui'New 
York was held a day or two ago to take 
action conuerninir the I'rt'sidont'g veto of 
the FreeJuien'b Bureau bill, and the ^eu- 
eral policy ot the Ailiuinislration. (ieu. 
John A. Dix wascillt-Jto the chair, and 
the following rcaolution adopted : 

Reaolvtd, That u CDiiimittce ui sevcu lie ap 
pointed by the chair, without regard to patit 
political relations, lu proceed tu Wutthlugton 
and confer with the Presulont as to the heist 
means of sustaining the great ntuasurcs ol bis 
administration. 

John T. Hoffman, Mayor ; William B. 
Astor, William M. Evurts, Edwards 
Pierrepont, Moses Taylor, John Kelley, 
Sheriff, and Charles G. Cornell, Stale 
Senator, are the committee. 

We understand (hat all these gentle- 
men, with the e.\i;eption possibly of the 
sheriff, will go to Washington next week. 
Their objects, bet<ides those slated in the 
resolution, will be to consult with Iht^ 
President in reference to the (condition of 
the country, and to advise with him as to 
the course that ouj;bt to be pursued by 
the Administration. It is their intention, 
as It has been descri^>ed, to uct wubout 
any regard to official pat.tunage or to 
party considerations ; and it is txpected 
that after the visit to Washington there 
may be a public demonstration, in which 
our citizens, irrespective ol party, will be 
invited to participate. 



ENLARQEMENT OF THE " PRESS.' 



The 



Luriteail Puper 
Norlhwebt. 



iu I lie 



Notices of the Htato Press. 



The Cooper iiistUiilc nicelinir. 

From the New York Tribune, 

The admirers of the N'eto Mctsaj;e sum- 
moned two Cabinet olliccrs from Wash- 
ington to explain it, and announced Ihbt 
(icn. Grant would be present at their 
meeting. This suggests the iiiipiiry 
whether they believed their cause could 
stand upon its own merits, and commend 
itsclt to the intelligence and patriotism of 
the people. Be that as it may, their 
demunstratiun last night will be claimed 
as an emphatic indorsement of the Presi- 
dent's policy. Numerically, it was en- 
tirely successful. The great hall was 
densely crowded ; thousands went away 
unable to obtain admission, and hun- 
dreds more, outside, proved patient, 
and, we trust, edillcd listeners to 
that peculiarly American eloquence 
which the sidewalk inspires. In point of 
character, the most enthusiastic friends 
of the movemeut will hardly boast of 
their gathering. With a considerable 
leaven of loyalty, it bore the unmistaka- 
ble marks of a good, old fashioned Dtm- 
ocratie gatheriog. There were the an- 
cient, familiar yelU. and tumult, and 
surges, and chaos come again. The pre- 
siding clHcer was cut short in his opening 
speech, and the crowd refused to listen to 
the reading of the rceolutio. s. To crown 
the whole, a truculent a'lditor persisted 
in denouncing one of the sp<;akets as a 
liar, and was promptly knocked down 
and dragged out. Gen. Grant, it is need- 
less tos«y, was not there. Neither were 
tjie Isratlities whom our Presidential 
Moses WHS to have led through the Ucd 
Sea of bondage ; Hut the Egvptiatia were. 
Gov. Seward was greeted with great 
warmth. It was his tirst public appear- 
ance in the metropolis since the assas^i 
nation; and bii broken voice, and 'be 
eloijuent scar across bis cheek, demanded 
the sympathy which was so generously 
and spontaneously given. Ills speech, 
though the prologue was something too 
long for the argumeul, was ingenious, 
and in some points a 'le. But it "iis 
hardly logical to assert so Tehcmently at 
the outset, tba*; the country is already 
saved beyond all possible danger of re- 
lapse, and then to declare so contidenily 
at the close, that whenever a President 
shall be willing to accept such power and 
patronage as the Prccdmen's Bureau bill 
would confer upon him, republican lib- 
erty will have given way to imperial 
despotism. It seems singularly at vari- 
ance with the cheerful optimism of the 
Secretiiry of State to believe that Andrew 
Jobnbou is the only bulwark which pro- 
tects American institutions from over- 
throw and ruin. 

Like the other speakers, Mr. Seward 
ignored the two real questions involved 
in the controversy : tirst, whether the 
late rebel States give such thorough and 
unmistakable signs of returning loyalty 
as lo render it safe and prudent immedi- 
ately to restore all their suspended rights : 
and secondly, whether we ought not to 
inteipose between the four millions of 
negroes through whose steadfast devotion 
the Union was saved, and the hate and 
druelty ot the few Southern whites who 
seek to oppress them, a fixed, absolute 
and impassable barrier. It was specially 
noticeable, too, that none of the speakers 
offered one warm or generous word of 
recognition for the vital services rendered 
by the black loyalists in the nation's ex- 
tremest need. 

• . » « ♦ 

A Loyal Maryland Paper ou 
the President's Speech. 

Washington. Feb. 24 —The Balti- 
more Amtrican, the most truly loyal and 
influential newspaper published south of 
Mason and Dixon's line, commenting ed- 
itorially upon President Johnston's 
speech, says : 

" The speech of President Johnson was 
delivered from the Executive Mansion on 
Thursday to an assemblage composed 
principally of what was known during the 
war as Copperheads, Southern sympa- 
thizers and returned rebel soldiers The 
sentiments expressed on the occasion 
brought exaltation and gladness to their 
hearts equal to that occasioned by the 
tidings of the first rebel victory at Bull 
Run, and it will be hailed by their con- 
federates at the South with ai much jubi- 
lation as they would have felt 
during the war, if I^ce had rout- 
ed Grant, or Sherman had been driv- 
en into the ocean with all the gallant and 
loyal hearts that followed him from At- 
lanta. Though thotc who thus rejoiced 
did not succied in electing McClellan, 
they have secured a more unexpected 
victory, but. onu thai will very likely 
yield biitcr fiuils, as it will cement and 
concentrate the Union .sentiment of the 
country, and give lo the South, in the 
end, harder terms thiu th-'y might have 
otherwise obtained from th*-. prcseijt 
or succeeding t'ougress, while the loyal 
men of the country will lament over the 
defection of a Prci«ident whom thuy trust- 
ed, and whose utterances had heretofore 
given hope that h? would prove equal to 
the trust ituposeil in bim. The tone ami 
temper and language employe I l>y biui 
on this occasion, will cau^e a diep sbook 
of humility an ! sorrow. Wts have no 
heart to further allude lo the liubjccf nt 
this time. We are in the midst of a po- 
litical revolution, that at r>ncc causes the 
con' entration cf the cpinion and the f'>r- 
tnation of parties, ami will kcptlie coun- 
try in a turmoil of ex'Utement d'lring the 
next three yeari*." 



TiiK Washington coi respondent ot the 
Chicago Tribune, says : 

Most of the reports of the Piesidenl's. 
speech sent abroad were carefully dressed 
up HO as not to be too ofrensivc to the 
sensibilities ol decent people, 'ihe most 
accurate aciiount is published by Ihe 
Washington t'hroiiicle, nut even I his does 
not come up to the truth. It does not 
contain the many interruptions by men 
among th<j crowd, such as " Give it to 
them, Andy ;"' " Hit them again, Mr. Pres- 
ident;" " Givethemhell, Andy," and sim- 
ilar exclamations. Tic President's msiirrr 
was very violent ; he gnashed Li.^ ti^etli, ai d 
spoke in a loud voice, and m a bi/niter- 
ouB manner ; Ihe whole meeting bad Ihe 
character of a Tammany Hall perform- 
ance on a night before election. It is 
said that the President is really possessed 
with the idea of being in danger of avsas 
sination, and that this idea is disturbing 
his lirain very considerably. Of course, 
this Presidential hallucination is creating 
much amusement in Congressional cir- 
cles, for the idea that Messrs. Stevens, 
Sumner, and Wendell Phillips, should be 
conspiring for the President's assassina- 
tion is looked upon as so supremely child- 
ish as to modify the ill temper, which 
otherwise the hysteric remarks of the 
President would have excited. 



l<'rom thti Waba^liaw Herald. 
'I'liK Sr. Paul Pkrss has taken a leap 
lurwarJi n inipruvouiuut, by an uddition ul 
four culumua, it is now a SO culuuiu paper. 

From the Le .Sueur .statissniuu. 
TiikSt. PaCI. PuK.s.i came to us la^t 
eveuin;:cnlarj;ed to a nluc inlunin pu^u pa- 
per. We have Irequeiitl) limtncd the Put;8.'» 
for what ."cciueil to us at leabtas too stroog a 
dispo.Mitioii I" cximfTcratc, especially m po- 
litical matter!- . hut after all it lias nu superior 
in enterprise iii the West, and Wheeloek, its 
chief editor, deserves tho thanks ul the peo- 
ple giuerally, in his ctlorts to break down the 
existing transportation luonopuliun of the 
State. Wo ranlc him now as iuferiur lo but 
few editors iu the United States. 

F'rom the St. Pete- Trl:june. 
Thk St. Paul Daily Prkss came to us 
lust evening with anullicr substantial token of 
prosperity in ilie shape of additional enlarge- 
ment. Tlic 1'hkss is now the larjrest daily 
paper published we.st of (^liicago, and is con- 
ducted with us marked ability as any pupcrio 
the W'cst. biiico the pre.'tenl proprietors have 
been in charge, ithai been an excellent paper 
in every respect, and is really a credit to 
the State of Miuucsuta. Wc heartilv congrat- 
ulate tho proprietors lor their uniform success 
and their enterprising spirit, in giving its read- 
ers a sheet worthy of every commendation 
and encouragement. 
Prom tlie Preston f Ftllmaie Co.i Repul>)ii.an. 
TuK PnK.s,•^ is indi.spensable to any 
man who desires to bo weil informed in re- 
gard to State matters, since it contains lull 
reports of the proceedings of the Legidature, 
acts passed, iH-oclamations, State notices, &c. 
It deserves to bo well supported at this time 
for its elforls to crush out the outrigeous mo- 
nopoly and combioalion eulercd into between 
steamboat and railroad lines ia the transpor- 
tation of produce. 

From the bt. Peter Adv-rtifer. 
E.M.AKGEME.NT IIP TIIK PrKmS — Tho 

St. Paul Pki:ss opened the yeir 1 WiS with a nine 
colunm sheet. This is an evident sign of 
pro.sperity. 'J ::c enterprising proprietors de- 
serve a libera, addition lo Uieir list cf readers. 

From tho Itooheiiter K-publican. 
TiiK Pi:k.ss is ably conduttcd, fcarlcfs 
and outspoken, and is arrayed on the side of 
freedom and et|ual rights. 

From the Houston County Journal. 
Tin: Sai.nt Paci. Pkess. under the 
nnv order of things, is supported by four addi- 
tional and substantial columns which makes 
it the ffnat tiiics edifice of the Sorthxrest, and 
wc are glad to sec it, as nothing spiahs more 
plaiulv the pro*perity of a city than the sup- 
port of its journals, for it indicates energy, 
wealth, intelligence and refinement, for the 
educated read, the lil)cral and active adver- 
tise, and wealth builds uyt and stocks our 
cities. 

From lheMontic<'l>o Statesman 
TiiK Saint Paul Pkic^.s has been en- 
larged to a nine column paper. The Pkess 
is the largest tiaily paper printed west of Mil- 
waukee. 

Froml'i" Lake " Ity Lead-r. 
TiiK Pkicss is 80 well and favorably 
known that it is needless to .say anything in 
its praise. Ne.xt to a local or county paper, 
every one shouM take a tirst class news and 
Stale paper, and where we have sueii an one 
in our own State, i! should be supported Ins- 
fore sending abroad for other papers. 

From tt'e Winanbago City Homestead. 

TiikVrks-* i-) the bast Loral. Political 
and Fiiniily .journal published in the State, 
and ^hauld h-.ive the support of every man 
in Ihe State. 

F'lom the Uoudtou Couuly Journal. 

TuE St. Paul Pke*s is one of the 

most popular j'usriials west of the Mis-issippi, 
and needs no encomium from us Subscribe 
lor it. 

From tlie St. I'eter '' Gvrll :er. 
TiikPi:E6s. — We cannot refer to a 
better newspaper than this, and we reconi- 
aiend all who wijh to procuio lato news, to 
send for the St. Paul Pkcs;* m preference to 
sending for Eastern papeni. 

F'roni t>.c M.tutorvlll!' Express. 

TuK PKEdd. - The Pkl-.'!. has been, ev- 
er since its coiumcnceuicut a wide awake, en- 
terprising and reliable newspaper, and a leal- 
ous advocate of Republican' principles. 
From the Hcd Wlug Argus. 

The Prr(>.s is undeniably a first class 
newspaper and paitieularly excels in early 
and correct information upon all subjects con- 
nected with the bnsiness and growth of Min- 
ncK'ta. 

From tho Frocbom County Standard. 

St. Paci. Pkrss.— For general news it 
is undoubtedly ihs best in the State. 
From tho Wab^sliaw Herald. 

The Sai.n't Pavl Puess, always a good pa- 
per, is adding new features of interest every 
day. It came to us the other day with over 
twenty-five columns of reading matter. We 
think that is hard to beat. The Puk.-s has es- 
poused the cause of the people against mo- 
nopolies that have for years been crushing 
the life out of the country. 

F'rom the St. Cloud Democrat. 

TiiK Pkess may very properly be classed as 
a State institution The industry and enter- 
prise displayed in the news and business de- 
partments, with the strength and vigor of its 
leading articles, especially on all important 
State subjects, makes- it a paper well deserv- 
ing the patronage and support of every Min- 
nesotian. 

From the Seakopee (Scott Co.) Argus, (Dem.) 
The St. Paul Pre.ss. — We can can- 
didly recommend this paper— as an interest- 
ing newspt(|)er— to be the l)cstof:inv now pub- 
lished west of Chicago. Its circulation is 
treble that of any other paper in the State 
and it publishes the laws of the State and 
United States, as it is the official State paper 
From the Le Sueur Statesman. 
The Press is an out and out Republi- 
can journal of the ultra stripe, alwuy s true to 
the leading measures of its party, an.! con- 
tains an excellent variety of home and dis- 
tant news. 

F'rom the Bed Wing Republican. 
The Press is already known as a 
go-ahead and wide-awake journal, and tho 
proprietors promise great improvements. 
From the Owatonna Journal. 

The Press is the leading journal of 
the State, and merits an extensive patron- 
age. 

From the Hastings Conservcr. 

The St. Paul Press we comm':nd to 
those wishing a paper from that city. 

From the Wilton (Waseca Co.) News. 

St. Pail Press. — The Pkf.ss, since its first 
appearance, live years sg?, has made rapid 
strides towards a tirst-class journal. Radical 
in all its undertakings, it will continue to be 
one of the prominent journals of the State. 
F'rom the Henderson Monitor, (Dem.) 

The Press ranks as one of the best 

newspapers in the State, always contains the 
latest news, and is worthy the patronage of 
the reading public. 

From the Austiu (Mower Co.) Register. 

St. Paul Pkes.s for 1866.— This firm 
friend of freedom and right, published at the 
(Capital of our Stale, is out with its prospectus 
for another year. It lias pointed, spirited, 
patriotic editors, together with entcr]>rising. 
lailbful orrcsoondeuts, and has i)roven itself 
to be a good Siate paper. Wo presume the 
hundred copies already taken hero will bo 
increased to a much larger number during the 
year Mm). 

From th" lln^'tings Independent. 

Wk take phufure in calling attention 
t'l tlic prospiciiis of tho St. Paul Pkkss, in 
another coliinin. The PitKSH has long been 
recnr.led as the lending political journal of 
the Stale, :ind from its present appearance wc 
predict that its enterprising proprietors will 
keep it up to that standard. It contains 
tlie latest telegraphic, Nati'inal and 
Slate news of the dav, xnd al.so furnishes a 
tasteful hnd Bitractive variety of miscellane- 
ous literature. The subscription price of the 
Press is low, and liberal inducements are ot- 
tered to getters up of clul is When selectiug 
a paper from our capital remember the Press. 
From the Hudson (Wis.) Tlmeii. 

TiiK St. Paul PiiKss is the best paper 
published in Minnesota. 
From the Rochester fObiuted Co.) Republican. 

TllE 1'kks.s is ably conducted, fearless 
and out-spoken, luid is arrayed on the side of 
freedom and equal rights. 



STEAM AND GAS PIPE. 

«00,000 F*out or 

IRON km liiLVANIZKU PIPE, 

/VHH<jrlfcil, 1-M to ."> Inohoei. 

UORKIS, T\SKEi; k COS PH'lADELCHI.l M\kE. 

In Bturo nn*l for bp.Im by 

J. T. RYERSON, Solo Agent, 

■no 4t 214 Moulla Water •(., 

N. It. Further bupply arriving all tho time. 
Orders executed promptly and at low Sgurca. 
feb'8-lm 

TTABVBY orpioan^ 

Attorney at Ijiw, OIBce over Parkier Paine" 
Bank, Third s traet. St. Paul, Minn. novS-ly 

BOOB AMD SOm PBIMTAVe IM 
tho best style and at thfl lowest ratna at the 
) 8t. Paal Press Steam Job Prlatlng oBloo. 



FOR THE NATION! 

con DTSPEPSII CUBE! 

The World's Great Remedy 

FOR 

lly^pvpsiu, Indigestiuu, 

AMU ALL. 
!> I H »<: A. » IU H 

OF TUE 

STOMACH AND BOWELW 

fievjared bv the T*r>>vrietors of 
*' Co«'b <JoukI» Ualsttm." 



Dr.Heai'HiA la not only the anre forerunner ol 
di«lli, but tl<n companion of a miserable life. It 
has well been called the Nation's scoarge : for 
more persons, both old and young, male and fe- 
male, I'jffer from theravages, than from all other 
ailments combined It robs the whole system of 
ItM vigor and energy, gives weariness and toUU 
IndUio'sltlon to those once strong and active; 
reii'tem the stoiaauh powerless to digest the food, 
and has fjr Its attendants, 

Hmdache, Hearibrm, Corutipafion, Nau- 
sea at StonMch, arui Qeneral 
Debility of the whole 
System, 

relu-inc lis subjects a particle of noarlshiug or 
enrtv food, without paying the penalty in the 
mo:<t ttKOuUing distress, and oftentimea complete 
proslratlon. To mi'et the lerrlble ravog'is ol 
taisworsto aUDUeases weUAVEPBEPARED 

'COE'SOYSPEPSIACURE!' 

and we pledge oar reputeUoD upon our stat'^ment, 
wh" ive sav It will 

y«8itivciy Cure the WOKST of Voo, 



TsrisiXKr FxxiLiiac: 



§nsxaimtt, &c 



not In a year— not In a month— nor In a we<Jk — 
but you snail see iu beneficial Influence at once 
■ 'nmedjately, and the day you take it. To you 
fihi) have lived fOr years upon Graham Bread 
ind plain dii.'t, who dare not eat anything the 
lea-twlse hearty— first, b"oause the Doctor has 
ordered the plainest food, and aeoondly, for fear 
cf the distress 11 causes -rltiing and souring on 
your Hlomnch, we say sit down to your dinner 
eat as In-arty a meal as you wish, and as soon as 
III" lood begins to distress you, follow it by a 
single teaspoonful of 

O O K » 8 




AND IT WILL 

Believe You Instantancoosly ! 

thof •enabling you, by hearty eating, and the use 
of the cure alter each meal, (as often as th« food 
dlftrcsnes you, or sours on your stomach,) you 
will get hi a very few days so that yon on do 
without the medicine, except oocasionally, and 
by the tim" Ihe first bottle Is used up, we will 
(uarautee you free from Dysjfpshi, and able to 
eat, digest, and enjoyashu'irtya breakfast as you 
«ver sat down to IB your healthiest hours, and 
we will forfeit toyou tlie price of the bottle, upon 
four i-h'iwiug that our statement is not correct. 
The medkine is powerful but Inrmless, and 
r,hilst a single teaspoonful will at once reheve 
the Dyfpeptln sufferer, the whol'^ b Jltli full wouid 
•of materially Injure him, as It is entirely vege- 
•.:!ble an'1 contaius no opiates. All cKii^ea of 
'llsease ihat have their origin lu n d s'.rdered 
Stomach and Bowels, ore dispelled in the eame 
iustantanrous way, by the use of 

(;OES DYSPEPSIA I'lFREI 

#RV(-K and AGUF.,SICK-UKlADACnK, SICK 

HESS AT TUE STOMACH, CONSTIPA- 

tlOH, UKAUTBURN, COLIC PAINS 

IN STOMACH OR BOWELS, DYS 

FKTERY, VOMI ITNG, a FKKL- 

IN'TOF FAINTNF;S3 AND 

LA8«IT0DE, WANT 

OF APPETITE. 

will not and cannot exist w lere the cure la used, 
iticmovcstho Disease by removing the caui-e, 
n^t like Alcoholic Bitters which cover up your 
tad f'<elings for a few moments byj their exIUIer- 
n'tng effects. 

«eware rf all such remedies or tw-verages, but 
In their place usie a Remedy that will restore the 
diseased functions to their normal condition and 
ret In motion ilic entire human m.-chanism In 
I'erfect harmony, and u|>on principles synony- 
mcuri with well delinedpU; siologli.'.ir U\vi. i'hst 
t-uch will bo the effect of 

COE'S DYSPEPSIA CHIIE, 

uim'-disti^ly and Instnntaneouely, we pledge our 
won! :h in n ol honor— our ii piiatlon as I'har- 
inaceutlsts — i/ur favorable ac'}uaintance with the 
pe-jpie as iroprie'Qrs of the world-renowned 
■'CJKS COUGH BALSAM,'' if it is used ac- 
(ording to our directions, which may be found 
with each bottle. 

We ad'l be\ovr some Testimonials Irom our 
neighbors and townsmen, to which we ask your 
taie'ul attentl jii . 



From fic Pastor of the Methodist E Church, 
^fndison, Conn.: 
I Ilk -e u.ved Coe'a Dyspepsia Cure lamj" family, 
r.BJ can willingly tcstlfv to I's value as a modi- 
dno. Ufi'.NRY GIDMAND, 

Pastor M. K. »;harch, 
Mautson, Conn.. June SO, 18f>4. 

A Voice/rom home throiiyh our City I'apert, 
New Haven, Conn., June 13, 1B(14, 

.^fessrs. Editors— Allow me througii your col- 
umns, to acknowledge my gratitude for the ben- 
efit I have recivcd from Die use of • oe's Dyspep 
fliCure. Although I was a irejt sulIVrer from 
Dyspepsia, the first dose gav" in'taul ndief, and 
one onnc'< Ins enabled me to e>t anything I 
please, without pain. have now stopped using 
the medldne, as I Ho longor need it. 

PALMIRA LYMAN. 



Madison, Conn., June 3 th, isfi*. 

► rom the b-?neflt derived by the use of Coe'e 

D.Kpepsla Cure In my family. I an prepared to 

tnj that I never intend to be without it. and ad- 

^•ir^e all who ate afniot«d wi'h Dvsp'-p.-ia to tryit. 

PHILANDER LEWIS, 



Mr.. CoK :— The botHe ot Coe's Dyspepsia Cur 
you gave me has backed up your statement con- 
cerning It. I have only used halt a bottle, ana 
«»n eat pine apple short cake, or anything else, 
without troubl-. It acte like a charin. The re- 
ll'>l it affor'ls Is Instantone us. 

JANK- A. L'lWREY. 

N-w Haven, June 13th. 1»64. 



Those who know my constitution, what my 
condition has been forf'c last thirty years, will 
Uolleve with me that a medicine which will reach 
my case, will reach al-n.st any one. Coe's he 
pcp^ia Cure ha^ enabled me to eat anything I 
please, and It is very suldom I now have to use 
the medicine. It relieved me In an insfnt ivh' n 
[was In great pain. Hv whde system Is strnogtb- 
HnedbyTunsc. ANN F..«AG00rT. 

Jlew Haven, June 29lh, 18M, 

InaparaaBt ao Travelxr*. 

While Journeying on th" cars, my stomach t)e- 
camc iKidlv deranged, causing severe oain In my 
head. Ha<l it been on the water It would have 
l)een called sea-sickness. A lady sitting by me 
knowing my condition, reached out a battle say- 
ing "lake a swallow." I did so, and In less 
tiian five minutes my trouble wa- ended. The 
medicine was "Coe's Dyspepsia Cure," and from 
Ihe effect It had upon the Stomach and what I 
liave learned of It since, I think It, must bo an 
nxoellent remedy for Seasickness ana Dyspep la, 
MRS. SAMI;KI FIKlJb. 

Madison June .30th, INM. 

One or tlie Twenty live. 

Now Haven, June llth, IM'tl, 
iilr. CoK— Sir :— Havingbseu troubled with the 
.>yspepsla for some eight or twelve months, a 
tiave taken thi usual kinds of medicines, which 
have done me no good. I saw your advertise- 
ment of a medicine to cure the Dvsnepsia. I 
have tried it and found it to be Tiiic Medicine 
riie first flit'-en drops, (the 7lh of June,) that I 
took relieved me in one minute. I have taken 
It three or fourllmes.ljuthave had no distressing 
h> llnv in my filomaeh since taking tho first flf- 
toen drops; althouxh, Ijefore, 1 rouM not eot a 
menl. and sometimes no more ihan three or four 
oiouthf^lls without disti'es''iiiai me. 

Respectfully, 1. F. WtlMDRUFF. 

New Hnven, Juno nth, IRM. 
Mr. C<>K — Dear Sir:— The t>ottlo of IKspepsIa 
Medicine I received from vou.gave Instantaneous 
relief. I only used It wh'»n mv food distressed 
me. It was al>out like taking two doses to day, 
one to morrow, then every other day. Increasing 
the iiuantl'y of (ood and decrea-'lng the medicine 
nntll I was enablod to eat without taking any at 
all. My case was an extreme one, having suffer- 
ed for seven years. I pow ropsld'-r inysiTf cured, 
nd by only using one bottle of Medicine In the 
ce of fwn months. ITie di>«" was a l<mspoon- 
F.LLEN S. ALLEN. 

Sold by |)ruggisls in city and country, 

everywhere. 

PRICE. $1.00 For Bottle. 

Ctrd'vs b> mall, from either dealers or con''u- 
niers. iiomptly otl<>ndeil i». 

C. Q. CLARK A CO., 

Wholesale nruggi$t$, Xrw H^'frn, Conn., 

PK"fKIRT(>U«. 

NOTE— Femalna eticiente will find this a splen- 
did antidote fjr NAUSKA AT STOMACH, and 
all Indisposition pecnliar to the aitnatlon. 

K. II. BIOUN. 

BOLK AGENT FOR THE NOBTHWfRT at 
St. Panl. Rlina., to whom all orders should be 
adilreiiaed jylJ-'lAw e'w-ly 



GEORGE 8COTTEN 

NOTAKY FTJBLTC, 

Ilai again upi ned an niBct- for the purpose ol 
buying and rnUlng 

Real E^tate on <'om mission, 

Bentlng Houses, Paying Taxes, and a general 
llusineea Agency. 

TowBshlp.Clty andVll'ago Mapi midotoor- 
iler. Twelve yeare' experience In th' business In 
m. Paul will enable Mm to atteod to all mattflrs 
entruated to htm aaUafaetorlly and with dispatch. 

Robert street, corner Ikirit struet, St. Fav\, 

oa73-3m 



Cutter, Seconibe, Averill i Co., 

HAVING THiilB NEW AND tXTENBIVE 

PAPER MILLS 

IN SUCCfeSisFUL OPIUtATiu:;; AX 

WT. AIVXHOIVY, IWllVIV., 

ate now piepared to supply the want* tl Prlnt«la and Meiaianle ol thia State wlUi oil kinds ul 

WKArPING, PRINT AND ROOK PAPER 

(It tlt» I^owt;wt PommII*1«» HaleM 

This e«t»bll<hment, being the hirgeaf. of the kind In the Northwett, tli« Pro(,rietors ask lor a 
oontlnuanse of jstroBage from their f<.rm<r customers, and hope by th«lr In' nwed capacity for 
butiness to add largely to their pr sent list. In addition to their own manufacture." gcoUs, they 
ill cjutinue t'> d'Jillargel,- iu all kinls of 

WRITING, ENVELOPE AND PLAT PAPERS, 

Together with such olhir articles a • rray Ia luand iu a FIRST CLASS PAPER bTOKE. 

Printers' Ink and Writing Fluids, 

win be kept consUutly un hand. Buying their elcck of SUtlonerj , a c, direct from the Maoa- 
facturers Fast, enables them to sell to M ^rclututi and others at prices that will ln\lteattentlon. 
Their Store, 

««0 1'U11lCI> HTPltKIUX, HA.1NT PAJLJX^, 

la Urge and commodi'jus, where they will promptly Teepondti all who may favor them a lib 
orders. CA8U PAID FOB ALL KINDS OF PAPER BTOCK, OLD NEWSPAPERS, OLD 
BOP£, QUNNIES, Ac. 

St. Pan! , February IC, 1606. f«bl7-tm 



BOHRER, MORRISSON & REEVES, 

WHOLESALE GROCERJS 

o-nd Commission M.erchants, 

No. 3. .JAC7KSON STREET. ST. PAU JL., MINN 

Second Door Below Merchants' HoteL 

We have In Store one of tt e LABOEST STOCKS tai this martet of 

HTAIr»J^E AJ^D r^AlVCY O ECOCTEIEt. I KM* 

Tobaccos and Cigars. 

St. Paul, January 11, IS6S. 

TiiK GAF.ENTC INSTITUTE. 

And l^inn«»sot-a HospitAl 

EaTABLlBHEn 1850, FOli TUt TREATMEMT OF 

ni^B.ASRS OP TltK VR/A'ART A.\l) SPXCAL STSTKMS, AND IK- 
(•(tRPORATfCJt II Y THE LKUfSLATI'RB f.V 1861. OFFICB IS CON- 
CF.RT HALL HLOCK—nenr the Post Offl'-f. 

DU. WILLIAMS, the Consulting Surgeon <if the ebove Instltutlop, has 
ju-l fi'l'Hrhed a Mano'l of .Sexual Di"ea«os. a large bopk of 350 pages, and over 
~i lOO engraving-. It Is Ihe only took ever I'Ublish'd which gives a tmtlifnl de- 
' Bcrii'tton of t<|M'rmatorrliea, Venereal Di-'-a-ee, Female Couiplaintp, and ail dis- 
eases of the uriunry and reproduitive organs of men and women of whatever ■*• 
tur". including the solitary habits of tiotfa sexes, and their deplorable oonae- 
I'juentes on the mind and body, Impotenc ■, loss of power, and the secret Inflrmi- 
ti"S of youth and manhood, the pbyclology of marriage, &c., with new and sno- 
1.1 ssfiil metlioUi ol Irei tment for all the aL>ove cases. Moiled in a plain sealed 
wrapper for one dollar. 

At- Descriptive t.'irculnrs conU'iuing vidnable iuf'jrituitioD to the afflicted who wish to avoid 
(luackery, mailed In a sealed envelop on rec« ipt ol 10 cents. Al?o a pamphlet for ladlea, price 6 oeats 
All communicatiouB ooufldeiitial, aod will r''ach th*.' consulting surgeon by addressing 

•WU.U «AI.BIIir' ISSTITA'Ta. saint Pool Mlnneeota, 




liardwave, #tovri9, kL 



HARDWARE AND STOVES. 

JOHN C7 U It 'X* 1 S , 

Corner Third and Cvdar <!jlT-eel«. 

Uaunlactoi '' Agontaad Whol'.'bale dealer in 

Shelf and Heavy flardware, 

IfAIL.S, OIJISS, SnOVEI.8, SPADKS, CHAISS, 

STRAP AKD T BIKOKS, TABI.B ABI> POOICBT 

CUTTLEBT SCISBOBS, PLATED WARS, 

LEAD PIPE ABt> SHEET LEAP 

STOVES AND TUIW'ARE, 



State A^ent for 

brated 



the sale of Morrison's cele- 



HOME] COM FORI' 







Summer and Winter Cook Stoves. 

ihe best In the world. 

My stock of OFFICE, BOX .PARLOR and 
a large varietT of different kAds oi COOK 
STOVES, Is the largest ever brought to this 
market, 

I keep a fall stock of all goods in my line cl 
trade, and I think I oan offer Inducements to the 
trade that will be to their advantage to deal 
with me. I keep a fiill stock of 

TIN PLATES, PIG TIN, 

SHEET COPPER, METTLE 

AND COPPER BOTTOMS, 

SHEET DSOir, 
Both Ame:lca>i and Russia. 

My stock of Newhousc Trap', Hunt's, Bluod'a, 
Ten Eykc's, Nrwmyers'and Ijroffs Axes li very 
large, and alt-o a large stock of PUTNAM'S 

northwf:stebn and pressed hobse 

HAILS. 

Edgar Nash Is still connected with the I'stab- 
Ushment and will be happy to attend t<> the 
wants of bis old friends at all times. 

A look through my large stock is earestly re- 
quested of th'> trade before purchasing elsew here. 
JOHN CUBTIS. 

angi ly 



STEINWAY & SONS 

P 1 vV JN O S . 

Chickoring & Sons 

I' 1 A. IV O H . 

JBcixvd maxn &. Oi'a.;» 'is 
F» I A. IV C> H . 

And the largest and best assortm'^nt "f 

ORGANS, MELODEONS. 

AI«I> 

M^uslenl InMtt-itmenfs, 

In th" State, at 

■VaOBR RROM.. 
}tn? y>> riiir.l si -«,.t. 

STEAMBOAT m\\ SK\M 



§^mp$, 6tt$, kt 



LA3IP GOODS 



A.T 



Just r'>oeit< .1 ami In store, the largest amount of 
LAMP UJ!>Docve- received in St. Paul. 

LAMPS OK ALL STfLKS 

■ .fttfOdozen Lamp Chimneys and 
300 gross Lamp Wicks. 

A largo Stock of LANTERNS at Marvin's 
Crockery Importing House, lOI and 191, Third 
Street. nor 22, 

— ^■— ■— ■™^'^— <F™^— — ^— — ^^ 

LiBK mitD! 



Comer tVabashaw and Fifth Streets, 

Opposite Minnesota House 

St. Paal, Minn. 



The nnderslgned bos established a new Lsmber 
Yard In this dty at the above named location, la 
oonnection with bia 



ii 



ii 



One half of the stfjmb^'xt 



»? 



LINCOLN MILLS," 

MXIV]VE.^VPOI^8, 



and desires to call the attention of Bslldert Oikd 
others to his 

IIVLM^^aE 8XOCK OK 

EVEBT DESCBIPTIOn OF 

L U M B E Rl 

UtCLVDnO 

Floorlnar, Fencing. 

Dimensions, 13oa.r«lB* 
01ca.>* I.iuml>er, Sldluir> 

8llkiu{;IoiH, I^iath. A.O., 

wbloh he has constantly on hand, and lor sal* at 

the lAjyVKST M.MiKKT PKICKS. 

Rills for large dimensions HUM U> tH-4«r tm 
fhori notice. 
St. Paul, June 1,1886. 
B. J.TAYLOB. Agent. 

u w. r>. '^^AaiiBxynn 



BBlHttDBTBB.BinBDIOiaAVB 
ALWAYS A 



COMPLETE ASSORTMENT 



We hiw, after 



gr^at dlffioaltr, f 
new lot of 



oHainrd a 



Now laying it favauna. His. I-or Im'h i lai 
ticulars en'i'ilrc ol 

n. A. KN \l f, 
fucerlBtendent W. V. K. K. Mv.ima. 
or. I. U. KFI.LV, 
11. T. Fl-LLKK. 
Ra iup, 
or UBISWOLD ALOWKV. 
feb'J Im < ubu'iuo. 

Terms, onc-haI( dean, bllanco In (' nnd Vi 
months. 



Aiai) 

Blank Book Manufactory 

rrUe l?»'oe«» Prlntluif Co, 

navetnsnocessfnloperatlonthelargesta :dmo< 
complete Bindery In Minnesota, embracing the 
latestandmostimprovcdmachlnery . Km|<loylng 
OBlyoompetent and careful workmen.anluslnjr 
hebest mat-.^rial, they hope to oontlnoeto give 
sattsflMtlonto all. ' 

PAPKR RULED TU ORDWU 

AKD TO AST PATTIiR*, 

LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, J RNALS , tX>» 

MEBCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS. AND 

BIi\NK ROOKS OP .EVERY KIND 

WAOK IM THK nKaVM^NNKK 



P1KRSH i*ntimB« «'4»!«VAar«- 
Book and loh Printers, Bonkhindnrs, Paper 
Bolors, and Blank Book Uanulactar(«rs, 



M. I". IHIC?HOU^. 

INSURANCE AGENT. 

]|£etroi>olita.n, Nc-w York 

r;apltal $l,orX'(x«o. 

Barplas SO" 'sa. 

L.urillaj>(l, No'vr Yorlc, 

Capital $l,HOtt,iMi. 

Burplaa tOU.tMi. 



I*liab»ul3 

Capl'al 

Surplsa 



%%fiOuJU*i 

«SO.«<0 



Mulu<U Beuf'fit Z.Jle 

Ai'*'- ^■■•tt-,'ii>j.r-y>. 

OU'KIC-J.;. 

103 Tliiixi Ktx-eeL, i->u I '.inl. 

Hi!* 

BfA.i>i8ioiv MurrtrykJL." 

nilE£llGeT.\l\(Jl.\UI!.1..\iP 

Cjish and BurpIuM Caiiit.-tl 

'be only strictly FARMEK.S' .•■ vffc 

OOMI'A.nY d>.>ibg bu'.iu'^i.e in .^gd 

gives a broader protection at 1<--' -^nv 

0*.ber iBturaucc C'.jmpanyia tli«- -N'-r::,,.^ '.. 

All loitKi'k Promptly adiu-tnd and p.-i(«l 

< J F" K I c; E It 8 

John W. Boyd, PpNMeat. 
D. Wortliington, S«cr«lary. 
S. D. ]ia<'tiC(C'. 'SUt« Treks. Wis.; Vitmtmns 
Boo. -jt<'pb.-n MLII>-r. 'Gov ofMinii,' Otn^Utt 
(i. B. MUNIAGCK, G<oenil Ag*«it. ' 
P. O. oddret*. LaCrosae, Wi« KI^Awl 



COLOR* 

U, 1««S. 



FAMILY DYE 

riateased OcOMaci 

hlaek. 

Black for Silk 
Dark Blue, 
Light lilur, 
French /Hue, 
Clan t /> r'ftcn 
Dark lir'ytrn. 
Liyht /iTutm, 
Snuff lirw^i, 
r'''.errv. 
Criwihtj-n. 
Dark Dr-if,, 
Light iJrvlj, 
Fawn Drah, 
Light Fawn 
Drab. 

For Dyeing Silk, Wool<-n and BIir.«l r>vod* 
Shawls, Scarfs, Dresffi-. Ribbon-, fJitu — 
Bonnets, Bau, Feather'. Child- 
ren's Clothing, and ail kind'' 
of Wearing Aj.par'!. 

4VA »A «'1X« or »« rjEB VKXT.Jijf 
For 25 cents yon can color as miny good? k< 
would oth'rwise cost five timet that soai. Van- 
out thade. can bt produced from tto tamk dw. 
The process is simple, and any one con Bsrfhe 
Dye with rerfect ruccess. Directions inEagUab. 
Fttnch atd German, lIl^idc of each baeksce. 
HOWE A blXVENS. 

_ , 2WBEOAI.WAT, Br"-T05. 

For sole bynlruggiste and dealers geueroliy. 




iJark firtem 
IjigU iJretm 
Mnq*^,tia , 

* rrniifj' , 

linl. . 
Purple 

r.'iviU J-tirj-i* 
SaJm/nt , 
SrarUt. 

•ino, 

i . •t. 




The Best Tonic in the World. 
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 

liij Vfumy of the mo.st prtnniwnt 
and tfucicifufiU I'hysiriuns ju the 
country, 

A PERFECT CURE 

For Uyspcptiia , t\:ier und Jytie, 
Acidity of the Stoniuth. Lo!-r*of Ap~ 
petite, Satisea. Jleart-btirn. .ftnin- 
diee, and nil dima-stft nrininy from 
a difiordereH state of the Stomach, 
lAver or IntenHnes. 

CONSTITUTION FITTERS 

Are being ^old with ihe iitost tt-on- 
derful success all over the cftuntry, 
atttl ueier fail to give sati.*facto)i. 
Delicate females and ttcfik child- 
ren are made strong by the use of 
these Bitters. In fact they should 
be kept in every house. 

USE NONE BUT THE BEST! 

And the best can only be had try 
enquiring for the 

CONSTITUTION BITTERS! 



MAM-rACIXJiED BV 

SEWARD &. B£NTI.£Y, 

CHEMISTS A5D DSUQQISTE. 
IS'J ifain St., Iltiffdrn, \, y. 

W. K. aw BET * C9.. 

Uneral Apents, Chicago. IP. 
Wholesale Agents at Matulatlurvrt' jirit'.-s 
for Northwest, 

E. H. BIGGS, Druggists. St. Paol. 
G.P. PEABUDY A CO., St. Paul. 
novTdimeow wed 



Condict,Woolley^'''.a 




Saddlery Hardwari;, 

Horse Coll;ii'.<. 



FLi^y rVE'A'SS. 



CARRIAGE nmiui 



S9 Lake i«t., Chica^^o, bit. 

feblS -iia 



BUFFALO SHOES! 



And!«1h'-r «tvles ft>r C»M.n,|WKATHER, the 
outv stoi* In Ihe clly. Shall have 



OOOT I»AC*», 



Ik a few days. Dealers can be suppUod only 
at the BOOT AND SHOE BKADQUABTBBS 

at reasonable prices. 

Urm.t SMITH dk CO. 
dec22 

BETWEEN 

St. Paul and Shakopee. 
MINN. VALLEY RAILROAD- 

This Company la prepared to carry Dvlght be- 
twe'>n Saint l^nl and shakopee, and Intermedi- 
ate stations. Freight Intended for thU line 
must be deUvered to J. C. A II. 0. Bnrbaok A 
t>)., he Company's Agents, at their Warfhou* e 
on Ihe Le%-y In Saint Paul ; or at any station on 
tho line. Freight In considerable quantities will 
t>e called for, on notlo», at the places of bnslnes* 
on the prindpol strrets, and aTl IMfbt toS°. 
I'aul will bo delivered at business ploees on Thi r 
street, or near the same without extra charge. 
<il. A. IIAmtEiTOa, 
Bov ??-tf Secretary. 

HBAOS. CAnnS, CIMOC 

. printed In the beat atyle at the 
Doily Press Stesm Job Printing Offloe. 



BILL 
LARS, Ac., 



Vegetable Sicilian 

HAI R RENEW ER, 

<»> 

.Vs the n&mo indicates, not only scsEns 
ihe growth of the hiiir when thin and fsP.int; 
off, bu\ positiTcly rin<a-« the eolfr i 
srtginal ^^de whoa it is turuing gv^ or 
nliile, when^r caused by disease, jffii-f or 
)1J age. 

It will ccrtoi^ Jo what is ^^nicd fv'r it 
» fact to which Vmdrods.J^ ih^iu^au-J 
who have used it, ikro re^y and willing l» 
.esiify. Whore one^tWi is fairl.v uji-.l. i<i 
lay rommuiiily, it Jfeputaiion ••i.i>rcs-Js 
ike wild fire," a^g i\thc bctt adTi-ili.ii'- 
ineiit and rccon«icudaVin wc detkc- In 
he KastcrnSi^s, whcreVtc -UENEWrR' 
jriginatcd, l^e young la^e.s Uf e it ».> a 
Hair drrsMig ; it is foiin\on the totltt 
'.sblcs o^pcung men, (also aiVicir barbers), 
whileJBldiT men and womcn\ho desire a 

HmJh(T and Restorative for thoiXcrey lock.* 
ti>i bald beads will not bo w^^out this 
miclc, which gives in every in5ts\-c, en 
.ire sciisfaction. 

C-A-TJTIOlSr. 

t)..i.t lot luiy drucKist or dealer nrce uiy-n vuu i> 
liffcmit ariic»«'. m there ia no tTej.:iniu>« in IkewerM 
Kke this, ll««an of any artida lurponiu^ It., be tlic 

Try HALL'S HAIR RENEWKR acocr ding t" Kre.:- 
ti,^'>i. and you will use tw othi-r. 

If n.n sold at drngtriata In your town. * Irial Nrtilo 
•ill li« sent yon by express, npoD rocript of one J.^lsr 
bj ni.-vil, tbna giving yon an opportnnitv at unco vt 
ktetini its exrellejit ouilitlea. 

Orders for tnuil bMUs must b« aadr»*».-! t,' 

e. A. COOK, Ckica^o. ' 

Gen'l Agent for Morthwesfem States, 
U- r. HALL A CO, Pivptietors, Kaahua, N II. 9 
Bold at WnOUeSALR, in Chicafts by FULI.r.R, FINCH 

k 1 "l^.T,r.n, bcrshams * tan sth.^aok, lohp t 
SMITH, sMrrn i D^rrER, j. n. reed a co.. 

(*H.t.S. Q. SMTTH, PTTTZJiCn, BLOCKl * CO.. IL 
SCO^^L, W. p. H.^RIUS 4 oa, post a BAI>K.\l",a»4 
fcr dnic£Uts and dealers generally. 
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THE 8A1JNT PAUL PflESIS, FRIDAY, MAHUH 2, 1866. 



LAfEST ST TELEGRAPH 

Geu. Grant Presented with 

One Hnudred Thousand 

Dollars. 



Th«' Ntu \t'rk Tillies As.H'rls 

that fic '"aluut'l t«ihtains 

ili»* I'lYsulenl 



Til" W rU III Mailtos t (M|mi>. Sll^- 
Itfinhd (II lichiiul. 

Oik- llitiiiliLiI Aiic»l!« In One 
Day. 



Fcni&u llxciuiuuui aud llobborioa 
m C'tiuadn. 



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km t.iuiol.i )*t'f •olciiui n<-|iofl. 



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- the full ^luech ot 
liy itpreseutative 
K.it.jas. delivered in 
I • . '. tT.iiig. at a ratiti- 
k iLW> aud sustains 
. lid lenjures (he 

• I i.c ol the clHccrs ol 
w.M^»nol the Trtasiirv 
- ill vt eoimtcrfcits from 
I to the live cent uote. 
.ijigregaie to ci^hieen 
.liid sevttilv-tive eents 
I ni irkiil I'v that clii e 



I -ii'uiii n.irf.>j'Cn(knt 

I'l jl iriii IS eoiitinued, 

i!>' bteoming Ite- 

•r;»nee reported is 

I I.ennoxville by 

■:i-'n in eonnection 

t .i roM'erv of the Gore 

mc tii'ie since.' 

"< i;;ii-ta!:ct» have been 

Two ex-Aldermen of 

< n- ct poliee and 

now asserted to 

;.'d the notorioua 

:!:a]i<sion of the 



writt. 
and 
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a j\i 
with I 
Bank 

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brO'J^h* to Ii:;b' 

Tor. 

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have .iidtd .1 

Bnstc! Bil iv, 
cnme. togetht r wnh Dr. Gu-tall the al 
legf ) I ■ ' -i-Ti. r II tMtly extradited from 
this i.ry >oii5 ol i!i>..-o [ier»ons are m 

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■■•<] .1. M. Wighinmn, of 

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THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



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ct Ian oljt and 
lodav. 

Va'i Valk'-Jiburg, 
H'l'! Lord l;i?hop 
: h Islands, mailed 
'T C:iiifurnia. 
The rrporf <;t in- L . S. Kevenue Com- 
mission on Tn-<r"i!,'iiu 13 out to-day. Ai- 
.'.-••ion of the sub- 
'1 lor the r» peal of 
I ;.tro!euni. and for the 
pre«tnt duties on all 
■ ru'le petroleum under 
leeiion as at present, 
u'hor';;iig the Secretary 
!o :ti>poiiiC spveial inspec- 
tors of cjI rttii nil.?, ani make more gen- 
eral re(;n!:fi -n; for ihe collection ol du- 
ties. Ti sioiiers estimate a du- 
ty cf ~ uiiiiually from refined 
petroleum at -j ':^v.ti per gallon. 



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t C'Ml>lni-l a I nil fui thf l*rr«iilent. 



Nf.-bt YoRk, March 1. 

The l'i7'),,' Wasfcirgton special says 
this mcrnir„- the air has been thick with 
Tumors o( 'i'l.Hiid liiflertnces between 
the PrejiJcct and Secretary Stanton. 
There is the highest authority for stating 
that Mr. i^tanton fully approves the 
Presidcnt'3 »■ ti., r.. .u <! i-' is also true that 
the entire 'ntnri' t arc .i unit on the game 
question. The I'r.eideat is folly sus- 
tained by his ■ abinet. 

The Comnicr' I'li'j Washington special 
jays that ollicers of the iron and steel as- 
set iation had a protracted interview this 
morc:ng urgin;; incrtased protective du- 
ties. 

\vi>r i.-\Dir.s. 

■ ;«i .i;ii.^t fit ihf ( h<>l<>r.i-( Mill<< ■»!« 
••.•^- .•ntl Miuull ro». 



NF^^ Youh, March 1. 

Guadal'jMpc .^talisli-i to January Ut, 
*how tlcvui hiii^'li'ddcaihi Ircm cholera 
Advicts to th'; 17th ?;iy it, is at present 
dtcreajinc, but, had made it-i appearance 
in Domini a. 

Two Amcri' jri \* ii tt'.auurs wi.ic at 
St. Thoiias, aiid live were t.-ipf led. 

News from Hayti iay 'JcfTrard was 
making an >x lu.'iun along thu 'ost, 
•topping at all port-, in a m » war 
steamer. 

The (. h'.'h i<i n (• II . i| ill lliv.ina. 

A -.crt ol ■ jtib .liMjsc appeared at 
Sierra Mpr>M, A !iir<,'i number of oAcn 
died within _■ i ! '.ur.. 



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' in lea^ii.g (It Bagla. 
ji. vi' ts from Tortu;;a8 
>■ .1. a nefiro named 
v/hitfi Mimed Adair 
- Ik.w ever supposed 
• " I Kficd to Kfv West. 
II |.'jti- I that one of the 
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Hrvvitit*.-'.. i.M :v.inunMi aff^i,,. 

I" II M. .. Al..r'h I. 
Al- 1.1. I.' j^i.slaliire to d.iy, Mr. 
1 .' '' liowir.g, which wes re 
'I' i/)i!iiiii.'<.-e , 

(• .MMlpiiicnl olibi'* 6cn- 
i ihiiy oi r»ri«re.^.j to de 
ii'iii v.iijii onilitioiis the 
Kiif It,. ,r ti.rni'il rela 
i '; vKfftirii'nt Jind I.c 
-' iiiH'ion in r'ongrc.s'.. 
■ Kfiitiilalc; uri'l iiDcoiiUi 
..ouc; liic '.cuatcrj and Repre- 
sentative, fr„n, U.„ i!..t.tl State? «ith their 
mcrfd-cd r. rr- ^frtnn .n in C'.Dfrrt'^ and 
witliout (uribcr »;u.<rant.'es to 'ccor'e the 
riijtirs v' tl. (>..: = ,.„ .-.iTitb. |.,3alciiuc,„ 
f'tUf 'le ur.jii't t..)v»r<jB the 

Peop.' --.ule!!, an-} a Kric'vnus 

Trdiig hj [li.j-e i-i.:i;;i.(l to 'i.,ii proteclion who 
hav.; »i(j<jil l,y tin G'Kiimjrnt iiiid lit<nfa|-.h- 

tul 10 ttu: fit.' Ihroir'hoiit the rc'iijliori, 

htsiJiid, 'fn.it r-'fojrni,;!!!!' in Cocjjrciis a 
IkkIv of men friil. f (leriingand itpribentinK 
thf w.Mi ,„, , , I ,, .<«rtitueni~. MP shall 
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W.vsiiixciov, March 1. 

lli'i SH — ' r. Kayiiioiul ftatcd that 
eaily in thu i«ession he h;ul iiilroducod a 
bill to aftiiin the same general object con- 
tcmp'ati'd by the present bill and assert- 
ing M)nie general principles. Mr. Kay- 
uiond then sent his bill to the Tlerk's 
disk to hive it read, which he proposed 
at the proper time to move as a substi- 
riitf 

Mr lv.>{;.'rs made a long speech iltlin- 
in^ his position, and was Irmuen'lv iii- 
ternii'ted by ipiestions and laughter. 

All. Cook, ol Illinois, spoke in support 
ot lh<- bill. In liJtciiiiig (o thi' itiiiarks o( 
th,' f;( iiilciiian liom New <l<,i.-."y. Mr. 
Uo^crs, be h.-.d been astonished to lind 
that in his apprchensiou this bill w.is de- 
signed to deprive somebody ot some 
rights. He was sorry the (lovt'rnment 
had not intoiiiu-d (he llou.-e whit rights 
wer^' to be tiken aw.iv, aiul from 
whom Mr. t'ook h.id e.\amined 
the bill with joiiic care and had 
not lound anything in it tciiiimg to tike 
liom anybody, white or black, any right 
whiih he now ciijoycil under the (Consti- 
tution and l.iws of thi- I'liitcd S'ates. 
This general dcuuucialioii ol the bill did 
not sceiu ei;lilled to much weight, llu 
man I ciiigshad been set trci' by the pioc- 
laiu-itioii ol the President and by ameiid- 
niciit ol the Constitution, and had become 
self dependent. They were now ratiuiied 
to take care of themselves Some ol 
tli'.iu had been engaged in d: fending the 
Government, and with their aid th*,^ Ciov 
ernmcr.t h:id succeeded in suppressing 
the rebellion, and now what was to be 
seen in some States ol Union. Laws had 
bi cu enacted by reconstructed legislatures 
so malignant in .■ipiiit to'^rard Irccdnicii.so 
subvir.-ive id ihcir liScrtie.-- ; iba' the 
President cd the Initcd Slates or come 
mander acting under his aulhoii'y had set 
aside thjse law< and prevented their ex- 
ecution. (Jen. Tlioiui^, in Mississippi ; 
C'leii. Swaync, in .Vlalviuia; ticii. Sickles, 
in South Carolina ; (Jen. Tcriy, in \'ir- 
gini:i, had issued positive o'ders Lirbii!- 
ding the e-xcuiion ol laws passed by the 
Lcgisl.itiircs ot those s'atcs in reli'ion to 
black nun. \'agrani laws had b'cn pass- 
ed, whiih. under pretence el selling col- 
ored pcisons as vagrants, were calculated 
and intended to reduce them to a state ol 
slavery again , laws so abhorrent to the 
spirit ol tOe age had been set aside by 
military power, but the time when milita- 
ry power could protect theiu must cease. 
It was idlo to say that they would be pro- 
tected by States. 

The conclu.-ive answi r to that «.as, 
that the S'atcs had already passed laws 
virtually remitting them t" a state ol 
slavery. The gentlem'iu Irom X. J. 
(Rogers) had declared LiTo^clt lor the pro- 
tection ol these men, but he was opposed 
to every practical measure intended to 
protect them. He was like th-; man iu 
the State of Maine, who said he was in 
tsvor ol th'- Maine liipior law, but was 
opposed to enforcing it. He (Cook) 
knew no way by which the people could 
be protected e.\cept which animated hu- 
manity, while he (IJogers) was striving to 
have people Ictt utterly defenseless in 
hands ot men who were con.-tantly devis- 
ing means to re-enslave them. For him 
self, he trusted this bill would be passed, 
that those men would be protected ; that 
Congress would say to ttjtm because on 
our call you aiJeil u.s to suppress this re- 
bellion and because the honor anu faith of 
the nation were pledged for your protec- 
tion ; we. will maintain yonr freedom and 
redeem that pledge. 

Mr. Thayer obtained the lloor and tie 
i bill wert over until to morrow. 

Mr. Seagravts presented resolution* 
of the New .Jersey Legislature relative 
to boun'y to New Jersey soldiers. Ke- 
f--rred to Committee on Military Affairs. 

Mr. Farn^worth cliend a reioluticn, 
which was a-Joptcd, directing the Secre- 
taiy of War to lej-ort the number olReg 
iments furnished by eachSta-e during the 
War; in what battles engaged ; aggregate 
strength on entering the service ; number 
of recruits restived ; number of killed 
and wounded at c leh ba'tle. &e. 

Mr. Myers introduce'! a bill regulating 
apt>eals to £.\amineis in Chief ol Patent 
Oliiue. which was itad twice and rtf erred 
to t'ommittee on Patents. 

Mr. Speaker presented papers in the 
Missouri contested election case of Boyd 
against Kebo. Referred to Committee 
on Elections. 

The House went into Committee of the 
Whole on the Miscellaneous Appropria- 
tion bill. 

Mr. Wentworth m the Chair. 

Mr. Benjamin moved a proviso that no 
part of the sums appropriated by this act 
should be expended in violation of the 
provisions of the act prescribing an oath 
of office, 

Soi»e debate arofe on this, but it was 
subseijucntly agreed to. 

Mr. Windom moved to amend Ity 
striking out the item of •'?40,i.hiO for 
moneys advanced by Drighim Yonng, to 
Indians on old claims, whi'h after some 
debate was agreed to. 

• >n motion ot Mr. Thayer a proviso 
was put in the bill that hereafter no por- 
trait or Iikuness of any living person 
should be placed on any of the londs, se- 
curities or postal currency of the United 
S'atcs. The bill was then reported from 
the committee, and passed by the House. 

Mr. Niblack introduced a joint resolu- 
tion declaring -S hours labor a full days' 
work by artizans, iV ; , in the employ- 
ment of the United State,'. Referred to 
Judii-iary Committee. 

The Senate bill granting lands to aid in 
the construction of a railroad and tele- 
graph line from Mayou Siou.\to Humbolt, 
was n firred to the Conimitlce on Public 
Lands. 

'Ihe Sinale bill granting to Wisconsin 
a donation of juiblic laii'.'s lo ail in the 
conjtruction ul a breakwater and harbor, 
and a ^l.ip canal at the head of Sturgeon 
Bay lo ronnri » the waters of (ireen Bay 
with Lake Michigan was also referred to 
the Committee on Public Lands. 

Fico.il i:iiKoi'f:. 

Ora-ai a't-ntan Aluiiii llalirM* C'nr- 
|>ua MwoiieBdrd — Oa^t >fnn<lrptl 
.arr«*«l». 



irrfi-s, up.. I. 
North, us ^: 
aocl ua will m 



shall 
ei.ui tn wifh the I'rcsi- 
:ii.d |.ert'<.-ct .-uefi measures 
'He Mill.-, i„ relicDion the 
' t^cinei!' i,t,itives 111 Con- 
■■• ii' .'•liml lie just to the 
o>al)-u ot ihr; South 



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or M... lit,erry. .„„ .,.. ..ur^" 'I'illti^i^^ll^^"' 
lirsotvcd. Thar Ms f.x.Hknov^^'hi Gov 
eraor. U- re'juesitil to iri.i,smir r-opjcs of thcis^ 
resolutions to the ^^•►i.ltni, ami to our Sen' 
ators and RepreMiiutivn ii, CVugrets. 

liKiirsTFii, N. Y , March I. 
The Republicnn City Convention of 
Rochester thi- cvfuinj; rcaiinatid by ac- 
clamation Gen. (jrant for the Presidtncy 
In 1870. 



ll.vr,ii.v\. Mm h 1. 
The steamer Asia from Liveipord ITtb 
and i^ueeiistown ISth has arrived Her 
new.i IS four ilay.s later. 

IVfoadstufFs 'I'liet but, steady; proviH- 
loiv, vtendy, except b.v on and lard — both 
ea.iiiT. y\i) advaie e n reported of ji. ijd. 
aint -IS- on b'-ef, and a ileclioe of If, on 
b'teon and Urd 

Bullion in the liiiik of England has in- 
creased tL'-iO <XH>. 

Th'; royal a.-.i-ent h-id been givfu to the 
bill suspending the writ ol halieai rorpiis 
in lielai'id. 

Ipwardiof 1"wi arre,-lH were made in 
Dublin on the ITihiilt.. princijially ftran- 
RTh; awng ollivrs. Col. .lolins and 
Wm. iJyroo ol the fediral army. Many 
innr. arreMi w. r<> f .\p. . |, .] to take place, 
fi was r. porKd iha'. ih- KTipiiurof 
Ao^l|ia^ad .xp;i.-.s..| « willingncsi to 
(nri.i'li lo Ih'! Lnipiror MiiximiHian any 
troop' that he nii,i;bt iiipiir.'. 

'I I.'- ha-sti- ill ihi- pasiag" of {[„■ \,i\\ |,; 
j.< ('if g lb liab".i.M corpi- in Jr»|;iiid was 
o'vi' g to lb»' ri'i'nr'fd Hciiarture of !■',;- 
nun priva'f rs Irom America. The story 
apply i'lp by name to Ihe .-tesmer Cuba 
nosv roiinti't; le'wei'n Baltimore and New 
Orleans is knowrj lie'o to be a hoax- 
SK'n th • Ifoii-i' (f Commons to-t'ay. Sir 
f;>-or[.<' (;ia'. If! n'kin;; b ive to bring in 
". Ii'll Mjsperidirig the hahu.is cort^us sot 
iii|Ireland, s.'^id that th j F< n-an conipiracy 
h*'i only leeently ns-sured I's present pro- 
portitins. Ir w,i.s nrees.siry to strike an 
cire.''ive blow iit the Fenian schemes 
whiih weie wholly diniv-unteoaneed by 
th-; A'n- ric. in (iov rninent. 'I'he loyalty 
of 'be liri'i-h a' III/ was bevond a dou^t. 
The Lord Lieut, of Ireland etrncttly 
rcipi- bted ihi; :u-pin»i(n of the act, cay- 
that he could not hold himse f responsible 
forthi; salely of the country if power was 
withlebl from him. 

Mr. Disraeli eoncuired iu the remarks 
of Sir CJeorge Grey. 

Mr. Bfi);ht protested against Ihe sus- 
pension (f the aet, but said he would not 
oppose the government. 

Leave was th"ii given to m.^pend the 
habeas corpus act by a vote of 364 to G. 
The bill vas then paisad through all the 



stages and then sent to House of Lords, 
who likewise passed it without opposi- 
tion. 

A letter from Rome says that it is be- 
lieved that at the next consistory a bishop 
of the United States will receive a cardi- 
oal'd bat. 

A largu meeting has been held in Exe- 
ter Hall, under the auspices of the Freed- 
nieu's Aiil Society, to celebrate the pas- 
sage of the constiiutioiial amendment act 
ill America, and the couset|ueut legal ab- 
olition ot slavery. 

Speeches in lavor ol a close union be- 
tween Knglaiid and America were made 
anil loudly applauded. 

'i'he London Ttiiiei to day gives great 
prunitnenee t» a letter urging a postpone- 
ment ot therelormiiuestion, on the ground 
that the lull suspending the habeas corpus 
att fhould be considered. 

The I'aris Bourse closed yesterday 
hc.ivy at t'^'l l.''c. lor rentes. 

In the House of Commons, the loth, 
Mr. Labouchere said, on the iMd he 
would call attention to the inade<|uation 
of the neutral laws to tnable Lngland to 
fultil her iuternatiooal obligations to- 
wards foreign countries. The (iovern- 
ment bill on /(he c.ittle disease was de- 
bated and amended in several particulars 
and passed throjgh the Hous • of Com- 
mons. 

In the House ot Lords on the IGth, 
Kirl Russell announced the proposed sus- 
pen.sion ol the habeas coiptis a^t in Ire- 
land, and asked the Hou-ie to set on Sat- 
urday the litli in.^t., that no tnir- might 
bi- lo;l in paasing ihe nn'isiire. 

Karl Derby said it would bo (or the 
Govi'rnment to jintify ihe course it was 
about to take il the [louse ol Commons 
agreed to the proposal, he would not in- 
terpose a moments delay, but I.e hoped 
thit at t!ie carles* posMblo momen't the 
(Jovernineiit would state the grounds on 
which they relied for 'he j>istitication of 
their proceeding.i. 

The London Times says that the Irish 
Government is, of course, better informed 
than any private persons can be, as to 
the state ol the country, and the immi- 
nence of the danger, but in the increased 
activity of t!ie j»overnment during the past 
month and the presence ol numbers of 
persons in vario'is districts, with Ihe 
scarcely concealed purpose ol ]iromoting 
insurrection, there is ample reason for 
the .'strictest precautions. 

The object of the Irish government is 
doubtless to secure some of the emissa- 
ries of American Feniinism who are now 
numerous in Ireland, and working with 
disastrous ell'ect on the people. 

The London Morning Herald, the con- 
servative organ says that the government 
wdl bo supported iu the measures. 

The Army and A'acy Utuelte says that 
the troops in Ireland are being distribu- 
ted more and more among the small 
towns, merely giving a greater feeling of 
security. 

The Timtj assumes that Mr. Glad- 
stone's Budget will show an excess of in- 
come over expenditures of about three 
millions sterling. It thinks (hat Mr. 
Glad.'tone will attempt to reduce the na- 
tioniil debt. 

The Daily Sues believes that the Gov- 
ernment has acceded to the proposition of 
the Roman Cathobe Hierarchy in Ireland 
anl that henceforth the Scnat- of the 
C^iieen's University in Ireland will con- 
sist oi half Protestants and half Roman 
Catholics. 

Fr.ANCE.-In the debate on the address 
to the Emperor, M. IVPersigny contend- 
ed that the English p-irliamentary insti- 
tutions were unsuitcd to Frantic. The 
Emperor, he said, had given to France 
double liberty, founded on the solid basis 
of authority. Jt depended on public 
ojiipion to develope liberty granted by 
the Constitution Alter debate Ihe ad- 
dress in response to the Fiuperot'* speech 
was unanimously adopted. 

Weekly returns of the Bank of France 
show an increase in cash on hand of 
fifteen millions of francs. The Bank has 
reduced its rate of dis-ount to 4i per 
cent. Among the reasons assigned for 
th^ large amount of bullion deposited in 
th:,' Bank while the drain of specie was 
going on from England, was that large 
shipments of French manufactures were 
being made tj the United States for cash, 
while at the same time there were no 
material investments being made by the 
French in federal bonds or other Ameri- 
can securities. 

Spain.— The newly born child of the 
Queen of Spain died on the 14th inst. 
The Cortes would remain closed for three 
c'ays. 

FKO.TI TEXAS. 



Asaumin^: tbe Taxva— Protection of 
Ihe Cronlirr— Tke Jt'revdnirn. 

G.\LVE..*TO.v, Feb. 28, 

The committee has reported favoring 
the assumption by Texas of the taxes laid 
by the Federal Congress in 18G1. 

A request will be made for troops to 
occupy the frontier to protect the people 
against the Indians. 

The freedmen of Austin presented a 
petition to be admitted to vote, and thus 
inake their liberty complete. The peti- 
tion was referred to the Senate and House 
of Representatives. 

Members of the Legislature must beie- 
after be residents of the State for five 
years. 



TWO MORE STEAMBOAT DISASTERS. 



fVlBc-beater Bnraeil — Twrnt.t I.lr«s 
Meitortrd I,o*t— noat Valneit at 
^l<M>,000-(-MrBo tJO.VOO-Sam 
CialT 9nnk. 



CorrcsiioniJccc'." Cincinnati Commercial. 

Weli-sviixi:, Ohio, Feb. L':). -The 
new side-wheel steamer Winchester, when 
near Babb's Island, about one mile above 
East Liverpool, at 3 ;30 a. m. to-day, 
took lire and burned to the water's edge. 
.\s soon as the lire was discovered, the 
bo.at was run ashore. The fire originated 
in the lorward end ol tbe boat. Its origin 
is unknown. The fire interfered with the 
working of the hose. The porter suc- 
ceeded in waking most of the passen- 
gers. The llamcs spread rapidly, and, 
the fire being in the forward end, forced 
the passengers aft with no way to escape 
but to jump into the river. Four men 
jumped into Ihe yawl, cut it loose, and 
floated away, while the women and chil- 
dren were crying en all sides for 
help. A lew saved themselves by cling- 
ing to empty barrels and fragments ol 
the steamer. From tifleen to twenty lives 
were lost— the Captain thinks, all by 
drowning Among those lost were Mr. 
Algeo and lady, and Mrs. Sheets, of 
Matmoras, Ohio; bat-keeper; George 
Young, of Rochester, and Ihe chamber- 
maid, name unknown ; a man and three 
children, who e.ame on board at Barnes- 
ville, Ohio, names unknow ; a man and 
three children, who came on board at 
Woodland, names unknown. A man 
from Sisterville, Va.. named Martin, is 
reported missing. These are all we coald 
as'crtian. The books being all burned, 
conf eipiently it cannot be correctly stated 
how many were lost, Thecrewand jias- 
sengcr.i number about loO. The boat 
was loaded with oil, grain, hay and etock, 
and "< a total loss. She was valued at 
$|HU,<MWi, jnrtly insured. Two or three 
bodies have been recovered. The steam- 
er Wimhester wa? on her first trip, in 
the Pittsburgh and Parkersbtirg trade. 

The steamer Sar-i Gaty was snagged 
and sunk «.*■ Turkey Island, in (he Mis- 
si".iippi, above Cairo, yesterday. The 
submarine Salvor, and steamer McCanc, 
w.:r<' R'ongside I be Gaty, at last accounts, 
reniovirg her cargo, and trying to aave 
her. 

— The burning well, twelve miles be- 
low Franklin, fa , ou the Alleghany, still at 
tr.icts n good deal of attention. U continues 
to burn with unabated fury, lighting up tbe 
country for mnny miles. Kach night its brll- 
liauco is noted at l-'runklin, Utno, Oil City. 
Clarion, and all the ucighborlug towns. Tbe 
steady heat which it produces has produces 
has produced biogalar effects la Its immeUl- 
a'c vicinity At the distance where the tem- 
pera u re Is suitable, a circio of green and 
licautitul grass has rapidly (.Town up, and is 
now from two to tour inches high. Some 
hickory trees, siandiDg within range, have 
commence J budding out in all the luxuriance 
of f umracr. The scerc is epokcn of as one of 
thu most magnificeat, and at the SHme tiiQd 
most Interesting which cen be conceived. 



T HE CI T Y. 

Tlko Cholera- — An old and experi- 
enced pbysioian who bas been a " close 
observer of everything conuected with 
Asiatic cholera since 1832," is writing a 
■eriea ot articles (or the C'bicago Journal 
in which he enumerates the various eau- 
Hes ot the disease, and prescribes Ihe 
measures necessary to prevent it. Among 
the predisposing or exciting causes which 
he gives, we extract the following, which 
it might he well to remember : 

The immoderate use of vegetables, and es- 
jiecially of berries, is dangerous in tiiui- of 
cholera. l»r. Nelson, of Maysville, Kentucky, 
■te two large saucers of strawlierries, aud died 
t)efore morning. A party of tiftetn or twenty 
young ladies and gentlemen ute excessively of 
strawberries at Foster's Landing on theUbio, 
where they were raised for the .Cinciunati 
market, and more than half of them died that 
night, although there was no cholera in that 
immediate vicinity. The market gardncrs of 
Birmingham, near Pittsburgh, ate immode- 
rately of vegetables, which they could not 
seU, and died by the dozen. 

One more exciting cause is the use of pur- 
gative or even laxative medicines during tbe 
prevalence of cholera. A Mr. Carrol lost his 
life liy taking a dose of epsom salts, admin- 
istered by an ignorant physician. It is far 
better to put up with a coated tongue, a bad 
taste in the mouth, etc., than to take purga- 
tives and die. 

Habitual drunkenness is another jiredispo- 
sing cause of cholera. Kvery organ in the 
body of a drunkard may lie said to l)e in a 
state of chronic intlammation. The resisting 
and healing powers of nature is destroyed 
and woe to the drunkard who is attacked with 
the .Vsistic cholera, for ho can't recover from 



Dr. Vaiden —Our former fellow 
citizen, Ur. Vaiden, is still sojotirning at 
ornearPrescott, Wisconsin, and we oc- 
casionally see in the Journal, of that city, 
the productions of his pen. The follow- 
ing notice of a lecture which he proposed 
to deliver is certainly not unworthy ol 
the distinguished author ol "America 
Vindicated :"' 

Kcligious and Constitutional Liberty, is an 
absolute necessity for the whole human race. 

Arc the people ready for this question of all 

iiucsti'.ms ? There is no evidence that they 
are. 

tf they cannot ba saved by this great hu- 
miin, moral and governmental conservative, 
they have to suffer the retributioa of popular 
empire all they possess, and will ba tiually 
cngulphcd in anarchy, absolutism, raon 
archy. 

But Americans are too smart lor all that ' 
Then why not too smart lor faith in type and 
its bibles .- 

.\l)Ove all for Kmg Fanatiea, the most de- 
mon of tyrants, whose dominion is in Ameri- 
ca as well as the whole world ' Yes, King- 
sovereign, rebel and secessionist, that causes 
the faithitics to hate and murder each other— 
that tramples on what purports to t>e repub- 
lics and democracies, but cowers before Re- 
ligious Liberty. 

In the meantime, what is the next best 
thing to be done ? 

Let the people, the whole people, and noth- 
ing but the people, supreme to politicians, 
dcmagugiics and higher law parties, institute 
primary assemblies at once, in the largest so- 
cial circles, and do the next best thing to lec- 
tures, throughout the United States, and all 
other countries properly iiuallfied for this ex- 
traordinary national discussion and exalta- 
tion, and then they may Legin to institute a 
universal principled association for universal 
peace, religious and civil human liberty, tem- 
perance, and the right endowment of woman 
in the true sense, in all her principled rights 
and faculties, her virtue and excellency in the 
domestic cabinet circle. 



Scandinavian Jabilee —The Scan 

diuavians of this city will bold a jubilee 
at Ingersoh'a Hall this evening in honor 
ol the recent political reform in their 
native country. They will assemble at 
the hall at 4 i. m., and march from there 
to the Capitol, where they will be ad- 
dressed by His Excellency Governor 
Marshall. From the Capitol the proces- 
sion will march down Wabashaw to Sev- 
enth, down Seventh to Jackson, down 
Jacksou to Third, and them e to the hall. 
Tbe grand assembling at the hall will 
be at ij o'clock, at which time addresses 
will be delivered in the Swede and Nor- 
wegian languages, and National airs will 
be sung. At the close of these exercises 
a collation will be Eerved. The ball bas 
been appropriately and bcajtifully decj- 
ratod for the occasion. 

A Row and a Foot Race.— A 

couple of rowdies got into an altercation 
in tbe Star and Garter Saloon, on Jack- 
son street, last evening, an I during the 
melee broke a window and smashed 
things generally. They were arrested 
by a policeman, who started with them 
lor the lock-up. He got as far as Robert 
street, when his prisoners broke away 
from him and ran ofrata2.40 gait, taking 
opposite directions. The ofTcer pursued 
one of them, and after chasing him for 
some distance succeded in making tbe 
capture. We did not learn what became 
of the other. 

Ztiterary Bntertainment— An en- 
tertainment consisting of tableaux and 
recitations, interspersed with music, will 
be given at Ingcrsoll's Hall, on Wednes- 
day and Thursday evenings, March 7ib 
and 8th, the proceeds of which is to go 
to the Universalist Society. From the 
Iirogramme, which will be found in our 
advertising columns, we should judge that 

it will be an attractive affair. 

-*««.- — , 

Personal.- Wm. .H Wheeler, an old 
citizen of this city, who has been absent 
for more than four years, during tbe most 
of which time be was in the service, re- 
turned on Wednesday of this week. We 

understand he proposes to remain here. 

i^»^ 

The UlTeathcr for the past two days 
has been pleasant overhead, but anything 
but agreeable under foot. It will not 
take many days of such weather to spoil 
the sleighing. 



Xjocal Notices. 

At Whitney's Gallery a full assort- 
ment of Minnesota Views, of all kinds, In- 
dian Tictures, &«., &c. Also choice Paintings 
and Kngravings, cheaper thtm the cheapest, 
tit half cost. jan'2l-tf 

.Mk. C. W. Smith, that paragon of 
cooks, and prince ol caterers to refined appe- 
tite, can still be found at bis fiust cl,»ss 
RKsrAi UA.NT, on ThirJ Street, opposite the 
old American. Thii establishment is now 
coniiidcred a credit to tbe city, where gentle- 
men of delicate taste can Qnd any thing to 
tempt the palate— Wild Game, Domestic Poul- 
try and Meats, and Fish of all kinds— and 
cooked as only the accompliskcd Smith knows 
haw to cook them. I'erfect satisfaction is 
gnarnntecd. 

Tbe Wines and Liquors arc the best to be 
found in the clly. and Smith Invites a test of 

(heir neriU. 19-Iy. 
■■■ 

R. O. SWKEWy «& Co., PllAlt.M.\CEU- 

Tisrs AND AroTiiECARiEs- — Uarefullv seloetcd 
Drugs, Chemicals and Family Medicines. 
l*rcscrlptiuns compounded with care and dis 
patch. Perfumeries, Extracts for the Kan d 
kerchief. Fumigating Pastlles, Cologne, Vcr- 
licna, UUleflenr, Orange, Violet and Buy Wa- 
ters ; Powders, Kouges, Cosmetics, Dentifrices, 
Lotions and all the appliances of the Elegant 
Toilet. Hair, Cloth, Tooth and Flesh Brushes, 
Towels, Pocket-twoks, &c.,&c. 

Artificial Human Eyes, Trasses, Bandages. 
Supporters, &c., &c., fitted by an experienced 
and skillful operator. 

E. O. SWEENY & CO., 
211 Third strecu 



Kendall's Amboline for the hatr, fur 
aje by Cbas« & Allei:, 323 Thh-d st. 



Paul Uikobk, Druggist, Third itreet 
Upper Town, keeps constantly on hand J. C. 
Oswald's pure native wines for medicinal pur- 
poses, consisting of Blackberry, Cranberry 
Carraat, llaspberry. Rhubarb, native and 
Clinton Urape, which he will sell at wholesale 
or retail. Also pure French Brandies, Uour 
bon nnd Rye Wbiskius, Hitters of all kinds, 
at wholesale and retail. All kinds of Drugs, 
Medicines and Dye 8tuns, as well as Perfu- 
mery and Toilet articles, at wholesale and 
retail. Prescriptions caretuUy prepared ut all 
hours. ieti 1 j 

Stvlk and Cumfokt.— I have secured 
the services of J. W. Dow, late Dow &, Brunt 
Oeuilemeu wishing a neat, durable aud easy 
dttiag bout, gaiter, or balmoral, made irom 
the liest French calf, should call. Also ladies' 
kid, serge, uioroccu gaiters, Imliuorals, &c. 
Repuitiog neatly done. 

DANIEL FLYNN, 
jall-t( 180 Third street. Saint Paul 

■■■ 

Bi'RNKrt's Floklmki. is an exijuisit 
handkerchief perfume. E. 11. Biggs and all 
druggist's have it for sale. 



G. R.M'NCHFLTSS'EURKKA HaIR IkVIO- 

OKA lOK, for sale by Chase & Allen, 323 Third 



street. 



Li-'iun's Hair Dressing Floribinc for 
sale by Chase .v Allen, druggists, 323, Third 
street. 

Mliin(>ii|»ulii>t. 

By out own K< porter. 

TncnsiiAv, i i . m. 

Bo.vRi. OK Sltekvisors.- The Board 
of Supervisors met yesterday afternoon, 
and after ( obs ideration of Putnam, Tin- 
son & Co.'s projected new road, which is 
to intersect Utah street at Seventh street, 
laid the matter over until the next meet- 
ing. 

The police force will be rci«incd for 
Ihe present. 

James Bi cuakan.— The trial of this 
individual came off yesterday bctorc Jus- 
tice Murray. He was charged with 
breaking into the Cataract Saloon. On 
trial the half dozen witnesses against him 
filled to identify him as the real oflcnder. 
and he was discharged. 

ARKKdT. -John Traverse, a boy of IT 
years , who ba.^ been loafing about town 
for some lime, having no visible means of 
sup|)ort, was arrested day before yester- 
day for stealing a box from the Auction 
Store iu First street. He was committed 
for trial. 

Fir,-;t N.vTio.NAi. Bank.— This corpo- 
ration concluded the purchase yesterday 
of a building tite for a new bank ; it is 
the corner lot on Washington avenue and 
Bridge street, frcnt of Bell Bros. Thu 
lot is 25 by «U, and $125 per foot was 
the price paid. 

Daily Union Prayku Mkkting. — 
The hour for holding this meeting ha4 
been changed, henceforth the meeting 
will open at 12 o'clock noon, precifely, 
and dose at one i>. m Ii is intended 
to organize the meeting on n permanent 
basis. Merchants and business men gen- 
erally are invited lo attend. Meetirg in 
R. II. ConwcU's back ofHre at 12 o'clock 
daily. 

Gas! (ias ! Gas! -A bill has parsed 
the State Legi'fl.'iture r oipoweriog I.>orilu' 
Morrison and others to inantifai;iure gan 
ia Minneapolis. Is it (rue that our dwell- 
ings, stores and thoroughfares are to bij 
illuminated by (hat convenient fluid, and 
the smell and smoke of natty keroscno 
done atvay ? 

Have we any Fire Laws? — A citizen 
is adding a, wooden story to bis framo 
building in Bridge street. The thing is 
not "done under a bushel," but openly. 
It is an infringement of the fire laws, and 
yet the work goes calmly on. Can it be 
possdde that the citizen is ignorant of tho 
feartui retribution the Board of Super- 
visors will mete out to him if he does not 
stop in his perilous course ? Do some- 
body speak to bim. 

The Ccming Concert.— The Musical 
Union, encouraged by the just praisu 
awarded them for their fine concert last 
Tuesday evening, are in active rehearsal 
for their second grand parlor concert, to 
be given next Wednesday evening, March 
7th. A remarkably attractive programme 
may be expected. 

Closing Out Sale.— E. L. Alien now 
offers to close out his stock of winter goods 
at cost. Ladies and gentlemen, now is your 
time. All wool Empress Cloths 9l.'20 to $1.50, 
French Mennoes from 90 cents to 81.2-5, En- 
glish Mcrinoes 50 to 60 cents. Plain and 
check Flannels, Cloths, Cassimercs, Over and 
Undershirts, all at cost. Sheetings, Shirtings, 
Denims and Stripes, always on hand at the 
lowest market price. Second door below the 
Post Office. E. L. ALLEN. 



St. Anthony. 

By our own Bcporter. 

A very pleasant gathering took place 
Wednesday evening last, in Ihe vestry of 
the Universalist Society. The oicasion 
was a Ladies' Fair and Festival, for the 
benefit of the church. The vestry was 
throngeil. The charades were capital; 
the tableaux beautiful ; the quartette sing- 
ing pleasing ; the refreshments excellent, 
and the oysters unsurpas-^ible. Every 
one was happy, and whole affair was a 
decided success. 

"Seci-rk the Suaduw k'eu thii; St'n- 
stancb FAi>ER."-The sun falls jdcasant- 
ly on Smith's Photographic Saloon, and 
so helps him take admirable pi<'tiires. (io 
get yours taken before the March wind 
freckles the lair cheek, and (he spiing 
weather, so relaxing, wake.s yiii feel and 
look tired. 



tbe diaunionista and rebels during tbe 
war, and cannot alliliate with them. 

"My Policy," he said, " is. and will 
continue to be, the old and declared pol- 
icy of tbe Union party. Men like Sum- 
ner and Stevens, who accuse me of de- 
serting the party, are themselves guilty 
ofdesertion. They are departing from 
the principles of the parly, not 1. Let 
those who choose, follow (hem id their 
mad career — 1 cannot. I stand upon the 
plallurm of Ihe Union, the Constitution, 
the law*, and the speedy restoration of 
the whole nation upon an honorable, ju^t 
and lasting bams ol peace aud the rights 
of all men, II friends desert me or ene 
luies applaud iii>: lor this, I cannot help 
it. I know my duly and will perform it." 

THE VOICE of' ILLINOIS. 



Ttar nr|iul>ll«du EdittMa of Illlaols 
I DunlntoiiMl.t < oadt-mu «li<> Vvlo. 



At a meeting of the Republican editora 
of Illinois, in attendance upon an editorial 
convention at Peorii, the following reso- 
lutions were unanimously adopted : 

Ktiohcd, That we, tho Republican Kditors 
of the Slate of Illinois, in view of the action of 
the President of the United .smtcs, in vetoing 
the Frcedmcn's Bureau bill, a measure de- 
signed only to operate in those States and dis- 
tricts where the cifil rights of freedmen were 
denied, and the law of liljerty set at naught, 
a measure humane, lienignunt nnd ju^t in its 
general provisions, and passed by more than 
two thirds of the members of both Houses of 
Congress, receiving the united support of 
every true Kepublican member thereof; do 
hereby declare our un<^|ualilied disapprobation 
of said veto, and deprecate the spirit in which 
the President turns his back upon the loyal 
friends and supporters of this Government, 
and joins hands with the late rcliel.'* and cop- 
perheads, whose common purpose it was, and 
still is, lo overthrow our republican form of 
government, and destroy freedom. 

Resolved, That we send greeting to the 
loyal and triio members of Congress, espe- 
cially to the Illinois delegation — .Senators and 
Representatives — for their consistent and 
manly support of the ptinciplesof freedom, 
and their maintenance of human rights, and 
that we pledge to them the cordial support 
and enthusiastic approval of the loyal cditois 
of Illinois. 

Resolved, That it is unlrccoming a brave 
and magnanimons people, after illusiratiog 
the brightest pages in the history of national 
progress, at the very moment of their highest 
achievement to take a step backward and to 
clearly undo the best work ot a centery, con- 
demened into the short space of four bloody 
vears. 



THE SI PWI^ PRESS. 

Circulation Treble that of any Other 
Minnesota Journal. 



TUE BKliT NCW8PAPKK. 

1'bn Pbkss, bj universal admisitos. In not 
only the beat newii|>a|>erln Mtnoesuta, but tbe 
b<*Ht nHwapaper of Its ilic in tbe (JdIIciI tststes. 
It ttlms at itxoi-lliDg all its cotempormrl ■• Iu all 
II n depart iiivDts, and in every Uiue i is render 
wUl and— 

1. tjit4T Telegraphic, Maliooal, Furtlga ojid 
State new) ; 

::. i>«tt<T and fullHr Editorial U'iwa euiituuulei); 

■i. A more tasteful aod attractive vlirlety of 
UiscvUaneoui Llteratare ; 

i. A wider range of State, Local and Oeueral 
CorrespoDdenoe : 

&. Kallrr and mure a%urat« Market aad Local 
Ki'porta , 

f> A mure I borough utatiitlcal expotlUon and 
(editorial preientatiuu of the rMourcf-ii aud 
general growth of tbe State In Agriculture, 
Commerc<>, Manufacture, Population, Kc, &c, 
than In any other Journal. 

A8 AN ADVEKTIHINU MEDIC tl. 

With treble the circulaiicn et any oiher Mm 
aeaota Journal, the rKER,s is the b^stad erli>ing 
medium la thu KUte. It is be^lden tli" 
The OMciial #*araal of tkn StMir und 

*h« ralt«d Statra, 
and U Ibo only lournal which publlahi • all lh« 
Bw» of Congress and of our State lyogii-lature, 

THE WEEKLV I'KEKS. 

Special pains will oc taken to adapt Vi<- VVet-k 
ly to family reading, Talei<, |>oetr> , uud mincella 
uPum literature, fun and the moni eii|xjfiaut 
and Internsting General, State, and Lo :al neim, 
wlU be carefully 8eliMH« d for that edition, wloli- 
Ibcmassof less Important news ma't r will (« 
condensed for its columns. 



THE 



ST. PAUL PRESS 



DOOJK^ AJVD «JOO 



Printing Office 



0«n. Orant on the Freediucu's 
Bureau. 

"In same form, the Fretdnuiis Bureau 
ii AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY untU 
civil law is established and enforced, se 
curing to the Freedmen their RIGHTS and 
FULL PROTECTION * • • » It 
cannot be expected that the opinions held 
by men at, the South for yeara can be 
changed in a day, and there/ore the Freed- 
men RKQUiuK, for a few years, not only 
latcs to protect them, but the fostering care 
of those who will give them good council, 
and on whom they\can rely." — General 
Grant to the President, Dec. 18, ISOo. 
• I a I > 

— Tbe new steamer Winchester, ma kin 
her lirst trip from Parkerslmrg to Pittsburgfj 
loaded with oii, was burned at % o'clock on 
the morning of the 23d, twenty miles above 
Wellsville. The boat end cargo are a total 
loss. About twenty lives were lost— among 
tbcm Mr. Algers and lady, and Mr. Sheets, of 
Matamoras, O : bar keeper, George Young ; 
the chambermiid ; a man and three children 
from BarnSTlUe, O., names unknown; aman 
and three children irom Woodland, Va., 
names unknown. The passengers were all 
obliged to jump into the river to escape the 
flames. 



MONETARY. 

iBy Telegraph. 1 
■«*• Vark MoBCT Btarkat. 

NewTokk, March 1. 
Gold closed OGJ. 



SBCO.VD DfSPATCa. 

New York, March 1 — 7;1.5 r. m. 

Gold lower ; opening at 136 and closing 135. 

Money steady at 6(S;7 per cent ; chieflv at 
the latter rate. 

Sterling quiet at lOSiC'' lOSJ. 

The Post's money article contains the fol- 
lowing : 

The general tone of feeling in Wall street 
is improving. The deferring of the discus- 
sion of the loan bill until next week is vari- 
ously regarded. One party interprets this 
step as indicating that the policy of inflation 
will will be successful, while the opposite 
party maintain that Conirress will act in con- 
formity with Mr. Alley's recent resolution, 
and take decided measnrcs in favor of con- 
traction. 

The loan market is qniet and well supplied 
with caplwl. Good paper at 7(210, with vcrv 
little offering. The stock market opened with 
some animation, but after a reaction closed 
firm. Government stocks firm, especiallv the 
gold bearing bonds, which are well supplied • 
-2n's rather better in consequence of the ad- 
j.^nce in London R. R. shares, are irregular 



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THE MUSICAL FOUNTAIN, 

a little collection ot 

Temperance Music, 

For Public and Social Mcctingis, 

AND THE 

HOME CIROLE. 

To wtilch Is appended tbe ODES OF TtlE GOOD 
TIiMPLAKS, with some new mimic, 

By C»eo. V. XCoot. 



NEW MUSIC. 

THK LITTt.E OCTOROON— G, F, B 3u cts 

YOUN<4 EPHS' JUBILEE-W. H. llrockwav 
50 cts., Lith. 

•IA » BELLS rOLKA-M. A. Phcl .i., 35 cU, 

ForxrAlN IN TUE BUHLIHHr-W. J, 
Uobjohn. Idyls for Piano Forte, 40 cts 

CAT TLE BELLS AT EVESING - Vr, J. Kob 
John. 51 ct?. 

GOLDEN DRl!l,VM WALTZ— W.J. Kob'ohn, 
■10 rt«. 

Mu-ie (iel<'cted and mailed with euro, when 
8t)le and price ore made known. Honey re. 
turned when more than the price is g( nf , or the 
iirticle cuQDot be procured. 

We call the especial attention of dealers to oui- 
Wholeaale rates, as we are folly pieparedto 
stock Slusic Dealers completely from ot r bhelves. 

HOOT & CA13Y 

Union Block. Saint Paul, 
MU3IC PUBLISHERS, 

Dealers in Cabinet Organs, Pianos, 

and all kinds of 

3Xusical M.ex-cliandlse'. 

rach1-d,twtw 



aailwaakva 

Gold 13tgl3.5. 



M»nmj JHarfeat, 
Mii.wAcEEE, Feb. 27. 



— A lew weeks since two inartied nicii 
ran away Irom Cohocs, N. Y., w ith two young 
women, liaviog licbiud Ihtni viituous and 
respected wive.". One of the lompnnions 
of these "fast men" was a mere girl, but fif- 
teen years of age, who, until berdcpiirturo 
from homo with one of tho alxiTc men, bore 
an uusudicd reputation. After the arrest ol 
the men thi4 young girl returned home, but 
was sent by her father to the housi'. ofrclugu. 
The shame which had fallen on her daughter 
so affected the mother that after a short ill- 
ness she was, last week, carried to her grave, 
a victim ol sorrow and despair. 

— The Gallipolis (Ohio) Journal is in- 
formed by Mr. James Preston, one of the lar- 
gest peach gfowcrs of Ohio, that the crop for 
this year is gone— killed by the sudden cold 
weath er of last week. 

— Mr. Buchanan has not ^et written a 
letter in support of President Johnson's veto 
and his speech to tbe rel)el mob of Washing- 
ton, but one inny soon bo expected. Both of 
these documents have his unconditional ad- 
miration. 



<■«*«• York Stock Market. 

New Youk, March 1. 

tjovcrniucnt stocks lirm. 

Freights to Liverpool dull. 

Stocks firm; I'. S. fi's .5-20 c-oupons, 'frj, 
103J ; do 'G» UI2S ; IT. S. .Vs, 10 40 coupons, 
Wi ; 7'.iOs, 1st series, O^B ; ilo. 2d scries, 99^ ; 
do. .id scries, Oty ; I'enn. G's 0O;N.Y. State 
7's, bounty loan, 'Ml ; Mo. (i's 78 ; O. X M. ccr- 
lIRcate '254. 

The Commercial siys ; The t-too!^ market 
is rather more active," but prices are wholly 
at the mercy of cli<iue operators, and show 
no decided tendene.v|citlier upwards or down- 
wards. Government sincks arc firmer upon 
the advices of an advance in-5-'20'sat Ix>naon. 
There is a steaily improvement in the supplv 
of money, liut at the same time the applica- 
tions both for loans and discounts are more 
active. Thorc is more paper offering lor dis- 
count. Gold is unsettled. The market is 
ui>on the whole weak, -ind the rate has ruled 
during the ilsy at 13(H'»'L'>t^3, closing at 136. 
The condition ol the market may bo judged 
from the fact that a firm this morning offered 
all the gold room cither to sell or buy $-2.50,- 
000 at U^, without finding a taker, Foreign 
e.vchaage is very dull. 

lVt>w VarkColtaa aaarkvt. 

New York, March 1. 

Cotton linn but not very active at 43(S'44c 
lor middling. 



COMINGS, WOOD & CO., 

tSuco?Sfor8 to WATSON, Dessmoke *Co.,) 

lAMFACTllSERS Alt NALEBS If 
BUEID, TAKES, CRACKERS, 

ASD 

CONFKOTIONICI^Y. 



We are prepared to rurnish every description 
of the atmve articles in anv desired quantity. 
Every description of Bakery done to ordei , We 
warrant all poods a No. 1 article. Criers from 
the country solicited and promptly fll«d at the 
lowest cash price, 

Ca-h paid for Butter, LaRr, and Egos, 
Call at the 

Northwestern Steam Bnkery. 

Corner Sotiert street and Levee, 
janl4'ly 

A T no. 23» THIBD SSMBMT, 

yon miy boy a large size 

Ste-wart. Oook Stovo, 

At a great Dargaln, It is all complete, with 
Copper Boiler, Beserroir, &c , »c., t<eli>nging to 
family leaving St. Paul. febJ4 



COMMERCIAL. 



LiUlvst from th<! President. 

Fr jm the Chicago .lourniil. 

We publish the lollowing " by au'bor- 
ity ;" 

A Iriend of tbe President called on Lim 
the other day, and in the course of an 
earnest conversation, Mr. Johnson de- 
clan d that be is a Kepublican, believes 
in the spirit and principles of that party, 
and iiil-cnds to adhere to tbe Union parly 
organiz;tlion that nominated him at Bal- 
timore on a platlorm that be heartily in- 
dorsed then and does now, in its entiie 
length and breadth. He declared that be 
does not expect nor care (or the support 
oi tbe copperhead Democracy that he 
despiaoe tbem for their sympathie* with 



(By Telegraph.! 
■•<* B'ark Pradaca Blarkat, 

New Yohk, March 1. 
Flour .5(2 lOc better, and more active ; S7.'25 
(f/ 7-8-5 extra sUte ; »8.2.5@8.75 K. H. O. 

GiiMN— Wheat l(»2c better; Jl G.5 Mil- 
waukee club; S1.72 No. 1 Milwaukee; 01 -SO 
inferinr. Oms nuiet nt 3'.i(^ 13c for nnsoii nd ; 
6i^.j.5c south do. 
Pork heavy. 
Whiskey tirm- 
rctrolcuin quiet. 

SBCONIJ DISPATCB. 

Ni;w YoitK, M.irch 1—7 :15 v. m. 

Flour decidedly more octive and 5(ir'10c 
Ix'tler; demand chitfiy for home use, but 
there is n fair inquiry' for the Uritish Pro- 
vinces; <f7.'2-5(;i ^-^'< extra state; ,;fS2o(a"8.7.5 
extra R. H. O., and itS «0(Jri0 85 trade brands, 
market closing firm. 

Ok.vin. — Wheat l(</.'c better and fair de- 
mand ; Jjfll 6j Milwaukee club; <fl.72 new No. 
1 Milwaukee; Jll.fiO very choice do. 

Molasses dull ; Now Orleans ii5(n 1.10 

Petroleum dull ; 2»j(;/i'29c crude, and 41(fi"l(;c 
refined in bond. 



LAMB KNITTINB MACHINE. 

THE CROWNIN<i TRIUMPH. 
THE COMPLETE KNITTER 

OPERATINt; ON AS EXTIHELY .NEW PKIN 
CIPLK. 

Turn MACUIIVE HXa'TH TUE 
BELL into the storkioe, ann narro v» oirihe 
toe— it sets up its own work— it widT^ aud n.ir- 
rows, and knits tatmlar, double and llat with «e|. 
Tidges, producing all kludi< ef fancy fal>rlcsand 
knit goods in uce— it kmt^ a vard of pli.ln work 
in ten minuter, a pair ot pooks in twcniv minutes 
—it knits any kind of yarn, woolen o- cotton, 
loose or lirm. inthorl. the mo$t prolilabic ma- 
chine ever Invented for wom.in. Price »> low a,- 
any of the old circular raachinei-. Agen'x want- 
ed in evrry county in the State. Send lor circu- 
lars, addre^sin* the 

LAMB KNITTINU UACIIINE CO . 

_ ieb2'»-d&wly. Daven|>ort Io«-a. 



E. I>. IC K A.IN l>.^ I.I. 

Dealer in 
QERUAN, FRI!:NCHAN1> KN'IMsH, 

TOYS AND FANCY (ifKMIS. 

C'utler.r. Combs, r'r-rluiiK^i y. 

Brushes, Toilet Soap, China Ware, 

PirES, UEAI>^!•, BlltUt A<<EN, 

and Toys of e>ery de(«cri|itiuii. 

190 Thlrd-M., 8t. Paul. Hlnn. 

OCt24-)tm 



AND 



BINDERY 

ror. Wabashaw k Bench Sts. 



NEW GOODS! 



First of the Season. 



NEW PRINTS. 



We lip»t to cdll the attentlui 
the public to oor exteni<iTe 



rf cur friecds and 



BLEACHED AND BROWN 



MUSLINS 



BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. 



Our faclliUei in TTPE, SIKAM POWER 
PBE8BE.S and MaTERIAI. are •gch that we 
feci confident we can ezecale 



All Descriptions of Print ing 



AT AS LOW PRICES 



A« any house in the West and In style wir- 
rautcd to give esli«f»clion. 



BUSINESS, V1.SI1INO k KANCV COLfJRED 
CARD:!, in every variety. 

X»ONTEJBrS, 

In Black or Colored Ink^. 

HAiVO-BILLS, 

Cf every slse. 

r»I10 €>K am: ME ES , 

Of atl klnls, 

BIJL.L-HEAOS, 

On any quality of Paper— prices acccordingly. 

CHECKS, 
DRAFTS. 

im'OICES, 

BILLS LADING, 

DRAY TICKETS, 

and in fact all descriptions of Mercant le PrintiDg 



Just Received 



BOOK PRINTING. 



Our BOOK BOOH Is well stocked with a fine 
assortment of New Type purchased last year • 
We have careful and experienced proof-readers 
aad oar facilities for esecutlng all kinds of 



Book & Pamphlet Printing 



Are complete in every respect. 



County Officers 



will find u» thoroughly prepared to d'j all kinds cf 



PRINTING AND BINDING 



At a! low prices as can be prooort d arwhere, 
while we warrant eatlsfaetlon at t? quality ot 
work, kc. 



BY KXPHKSe, 



A-X 



L. C BUK.T»S, 



140 Thirrt Htreet. 



feb2t 



W. A. PATERSON, 

AT 

Steam Bakery Sales Room, 

on Jackiison street, 

OPPOSITE ILUNGWOBTH-S CLOCK, 
Has a large lot of 

Michigan Apples 

for sale. Coll and rxomlns before parcbadac. 
Ai£0 

ISTeAv Apple <'ider 

By the barrel or gaUon. 

^ „ W.A.PATERSON. 

jan.i:-3ni, St. P aul, M nn„ Jan. ir, 1686. 

A 1 K E IS' ' S ■ 

FlMILf RMITIISt; MifHIXE. 
Price ^eS.OO, 

Indudiue a Book of InrtrucMon, TwwntT Extra 

>eedl«». Oil Can. Screw DrlTer. WKuOb. 

Working Hook and 

Reel for "Winding Yam. 



7 hi! Mactilne can be fueceKfailr operated \n 
any one capable of tomin^ a crank or chaaclait 
the bobbins, tcithnru ffettit.c out ^^f rfpnir Ho 
wire sprin«a about it. The 'motion s are all potl- 
me The tlmplicity, accuracy and speed of th« 
Machine la doTof Its work, is truly aMonloUni. 
It knits she material of a pair of stockinai Ik 
Tan mientes. In a day a woman can iMke aad 
flDlfb complete for marlcetose ''oien pain. The 
ttitch it makes is precisely the same %» that 
made wiUi Knitting Needier, except— that tha 
Machine makes li iirmer, more durable aad even. 

It knits any desired sire, ■with any Und of 
Tarn, cliher coartp or flue Woolen or Cotton or 
with Linen, Cotton or bilk Thread. 

For sale by 

Oenersl Agent, 260 Third street, 

feb20-ini 



LAW PRINTING. 

BRIEFS, 

BONDS, 

and LAW BLANKS, 

Printed and] fur nif bed toor^erat iheshori- 
est notice. 



PRINCE'S 

AUTOMATIC ORGANS 

E S T ^ Y ' S 
COTTAGE i^HGANS 

For Churches, Schools and Parlors. 

Warranted the Best in Use. 

At M.XJIVGER BR09.. 
lOS "Xlkird Street. 

febl« 



lOBATK cor»T rom sah- 

COUNTY A«D STATE UK HiaRE- 



TMri 

1 REY 

SOTA. 

In the matter of the application of WiUiaB 
P. Warner for letters of adminli^tralion bpou 
the estate of Richard C, Mackabtn. deoeai^ed. 

The State of Minnesota to Virginia Mncknbin, 
Eleanor Macliubln. James Maokubin and all oth- 
ers interested in said eMate : 

Pursuant to an ordrr made I>y j>aid Coait b«rein 
on the LSth day of 1 ebriiarv. ik, D. ISMf'. von i 



r. 



milwanbre Pradacn !II«rh«>t. 

MiLWAiKEE, March 1. 

Flour steady ; X StiCO. 

OitMN.— Wheat unsettled and active; No. 1 
Bpriiig store »1.23i(Sl.'23i. Oats nominal at 
254c for No. I in store. Corn quiet and nn- 
phanged. Barley steady. Ryo firm and 
Hcaroe, with no cullers of No. 1 iu store at less 
than d3c. 

Dressed hogs Btundy ; average 250 at $11 .3,5; 
average 22-5 at 91 1. 30. 



I^OH «AK,B. 

TWO DKNIRAQLE BOUSES ANIt TWO 
LOTS tor sale, on Sixth street, in Lower lown. 
Inquire of 8TEIN ft BKO., 

on Wabashaw street, brtween 4'h and .Mh. 

febietf 

I^^AItM FOR SALB OM MEirT. 

A Prairie Farm of IGOacrti>, in iiloomiUKton, 
lienneptn county, with Earm Uoure nnd luo 
acres under cu'tivai Ion. known as the "Knox 
Farm." For further particulars inquire of J. 
D. STRUNG, at U. S. Harshil's olBce, M Paul. 

February K'th, wm. 

fi'blldawtf 



WIMBISH'8 EXPRESS 

carries Passengers, Baggage and Freli'bt an\ 
where In tho city at the lowest rates. Ofloes at 
Snka' Qrooery Store aad Fatrchild * .> notion 



In addition to cur Book and Job Ofllce. we 
have in connection with the »amt>au extenrire 
and completely equipped 



BOOK BINDEA7, 



Ani have In our employ a Inll corps of Ihe 
best workmen in the State. We are amply fur. 
nirhed with material for manufactoring 



Of every description for 

RAILROAD COMPA\lE$, 

lys^lRAXCE COUP Ay IBS. 
COrXTT TBEASCRERS, 

cor.vrr avditor', 

MAyrrACTVRBRS, 

MEROBAyrS, 

MILLERS, 

BAyKERS. 



each of you sr- hereby cited and required to S] 

P«ar l)ofore faid Court at eleven c 

forenoon on the l«lh day of March, a. !•. 1>*4, at 
I*robate otfice in t!ie city of Si. Paul, latka 
the ooaniy and State oforenid. and show canra 
why William P. Warner of said city, or some 
other suitable perron, rhonid not be appointed 
tn administrator of the eftate I'l Kichord C. 
Mackubin. deceased. 

Siint Paul, February 16, A. ■•, 1n'.a 

B. K. CKOWELL. 
Judge of Probate. 

Biut.Ki!i k >\ABaBr. Attorneys. 
fri-frbl UHt 

N9TICE mw TMK PWM<«ATI«]* 
Ot A tX>RPORATIU!l under and by vir- 
tue of the provision* ot an act of the Legislatar* 
of the State ol Minnesota, arpreved Angast 
1-', InV-., entitled "An act to provide for tke 
creation aud n^rulation of Corporations.' 

The name ol the curporation is "TbeMa^ic 
Hall Aojocintion." and the citv of St. Fanl. Min- 
nesota, the prindpil place of trmnf acting bufi' 
ne»s. 

Tbe general nature of Ihe tmsiness lo t>e trans- 
acted is the erecting and maintaining, IcMiag 
and miinaginK a suitable building or ball tor 
Musical Praotii-e, Concvrt?, U'cture« and other 
public entertainment. -: aud ex.hibitioa$ tn the 
said city of St. Paul. 

The amount of caplul stock authorised is 
forty Thousand Dollan>. and is to be i«id in, 
i'j p»'r c^nt. at the time of subscribing for tbe 
game, and tli« remainder at such time or time* 
as shall tn- requiroj by tbe Koard of rirector«. 

The time of the coBimenc<>ment of the cor- 
poration is Febraar* Cth. \>r'f. ani the time of 
Its termination January 1st. 1^^6. 

The affairs ol the corporation are to t.e con- 
ducted by live I>ir(>ctors, whtare el<«t(d from 
the stockholders of the rorgioratioQ on the cec. 
ond .?^ Tuesday of Febmarv of <«acti jenr 
There is also a l're»ldeut. Vice "Prreldert, S«'<ye- 
tary and Treasurer, aad k (ieaeral llaaaciBg 
Agent of the Comtmny. ■" ■ 

Th« ■ ■ • 



Store. 



w 



AMVBD. 



Cklcaro rradace MiarkM. 

CiiicAOO, March 1. 

Wheat firm at »l.23}S)l.23J. Com firm at 
.W-^.IZc. Oats dull at 2ij. 

Live hoes Arm at «<) 60010.00. Dreiaed 
hogs «U. 26^1 1.50. Mess pork market duil 
at 26i(?26J, 



HBVnY BUI., AnOKHET AT 
, ^ L A W and Boal EsUte Agent. Qk noc c , Mc- 
Leod ooui;t]r,iMinnesota. 
daot-ly* 



A Orst clasa carriage wood worker on light 
work. Also a good Carriage Irimmer. None 
but the best workmen need apply. 

U. L. WUARTON, 

feb£: tl J aekson street , n ear tUxth . 

DAMOra« HCHOOI., 
at the Winslow Uouse, Saint Antlivu,, nn 
d-tr the management of M I. ss SAKA F, KICB 
to continue during the winter. 

Prioen 1 er term of li lessons :— 

Qentleman and Lady, AS.lXi, 

Lady or Gentleman (singly.) ... 3,00. 

Persons wislilBg private lessons at speolalralee 
will moolve every atteottoa, ti«od musio will It* 
pr<nHdod. K«nt.a*amn<.* 

LSOSARD * IIHBimK, BBiltll«>ra.~ 
Shop in old Baptist Church Hnildlng nn 
Filth street, near Jackson. AH kinds of Osr> 
peater work done to order. 



OLD MA<IIAZ1.\£S EE-BOIUD. 



In any style or form to salt. 



M. 



^B * BMO., ArchitS'CU 

Odtie In the same building as Leonard 
fc Shttire's Carpaater Shoo, oa Fifth stree t. Pc. 
signs. Plans aad speeUloatlons for building i of er- 
•ry desorlpttoaptapared an short notloe, nis 17 



RULING OF ALL KINDS 

Done to Older. 

Orders sent l>y Miail 

FroMpU; alteadcd to. 



The highest amount of in'oblednefs or liabill 
ty to which the corporation is at any time tc 
subject Itself is Five Thousand Dollars Prtrat* 
* -" 1* to be exempt " 
ept to the esii'iit 
the C. 



o 
rate 



property I* to be exempt from the oorperate 
debts, eaoent to the ejn.nt »f the liability im 
po««d by tbe Consiitulion of the Sute of MH.- 
""o**- th>rs-febl«4w 




Wc thaU.use oar best eadearors to give sails- 
fsotlon to all who Uvor ui with their orders. 

PRESS vBnrriKa co. 

••lat Pasil, mtmm. 



JOHN 



Undertaker, 

Ttiird atrs^^it. etaitit Paxil, Alinn 
BOLE AtiEHT FOB 

nSk^ PlILM UTiLLK BllliL CASK t CASURS 

Cloth Oskeu and Wooden Collins ol tbe latet 
style constantly on hand. Hearses and Conlagee 
aad everything noeessarr fo-a Faaeial (kirnlshed 
oa the shortest aoUee. 

Besidenoe oa Caaada (tteet,, above lesth 
aoTia-17-ttbil * 



Late SWBMB 1»U Haas, lal y, 
Offlo*. n«xt to tlia IPomt Offio». 



•etn-y 



GODFREY SIE6ENTHALER. 
Attorney and . Counsellor at Law, 

AKD KOTABT FCBLIC, 
Pnoenlx Bloolc, near tiie Sriclc*< 

eaipt raal, XUa^s^ta. 
JasiC-tf 



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SAINT PAUL. MARCH 3. 1866. 
TO ADVKBTISBB8. 

ty»rr tit Sfifi'iisctii. ii>ti lher(/tire pnifnts tn 
rfltcmtcntJ fo uirrrfis.rj k-lK^ n*» n-i;; ii f <•'' 



THE 



VOLUMJE^ \°x!^''^ot»~' 



SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



I, 



tZTTelvKinphic i>f«»!> oa I'onrlk Paicr. 

THK L\K«t5>T riKtlLVTlON. 



^et 



Award of leiirr List for IStJ() 



r 



:oKKlllAl. ! 

• 1 I'l I : 



>. sv r\i I , Mt>N., ; 

February 17, IStW. \ 
FuMlshori .>t Ih- SI. Paul I'a'ly rr**!" 

I5rv ti vMt >- In lonipliiinii' with Ihe reitu 
lations ■! the Vvi Oitke IVp-ittmeot. rcquir 
mp ihc luMuaiioa ct tbo li>ts ot unoalleil-ior 
leui-r* inU.o tii««i'ai'cr having ihc largest 
• avi-ragc. aaual. onlinarv. and S^na /-.if" lir 
ciilatior. vriihin the i'o>t i-tlke delivery, the 
ruNie.iiK-n ot ihc -ai i i>.i,«. for this I'tWee, i.* 
hereby awarded to ilie t^i Tai i 1»au \ Tkk-s 
for the mrrect year. 

\ cry respectfully. 

J. U. PlEWAUr, 

rostma.'ter. 



— GoKi o[Hnc<l at lo.'^ and closed at 
136, Stock.* lower. There w.tji a scnetal 
break down in dry yoods and .ilnio>t n panic. 
The -Vssooiation of Hank olJicers of 
-Ni^v \oiiv b:i\.' rcv'!\ed ihat it is an indis 
pcnsabie re ".Hrv!> the restoration ot 

the curret: ^ . , > le tvasis, that a plan l>e 
adcpte.t Id !'■. Uk-u.-ir redemption ot national 
hank note> a- rconimeocUd by the Fecretarv 
otthe lrc4Miry .111 I ih:it with -.uch a >v5U'ni 
any mover.! N the curtailment of le- 

«al tender -- ■ mi!» m the .*ul'slitntion I 

of a vurrec . increase the em 

bartassmer.;- . , - jcrnment and the 

pecpie. 

— S«DatO! K.tiii.M \ . of the coaimittee 
oa Tost OlH ..->[! ! r.i>t Uoads, haj l<ten di 
reciid tv' t .\im:ine luti' the proposition lor the 
erection ot a bn.lijc ;urojs the Mississippi at 
St. Louis, andano'htr m .i point h'shcr up, 
and report at the next s«ssion. 

— It 19 sai 1 til loMimittoecn lUilrca-ls 
are disp'ijcl to report in favor of c.'verniueni 
aid in the coDatrucion of th-? Northern Pacific 
Railroi,i 

— Wm. .A l>ri:wri"p. S-oretary to 
Aa.lrcw Johns n i tf.ro and while the lauer 
was Gcverr r t Iciincsseo. and aflirward.'! 
private :^ retary o! the President, dtcd in 
H'asbiDijt n on the Jd inst. 

— A Srra'or elect (rom one of the se- 
ceded 5ta:-.s has uriri. a that the Kretdmen's 
Eareaa ■■ lOntinued in his State, and 

says tb.i- , ernni?nt desires to p.olecl 

*oJ t •.»: cutiments in the Sonh it 

must lie., .. •:: . .,' military force there. 

— The F.niaii-< fbrougl:oaf th« countrv 
arc ia a git-it cxa'cntut, caused by the sas 
pension of ite bat>-:is cori.ns in Irelat;d A 
circular from !!■ .u!,iu;irters in New York calls 
on the FrothcrhiAd to roll in contributi >ns 
and ii« ready for immediate action, and as- 
suring them that their compatriots in Ireland 
are lo the ue!d and lightin::. 

— The I'r ?; !ent bjs nominated Gen. 
A-both a.- ^^- :. r ; , Wne.uela. It is ru- 
^ored tl. Andrew, of Massachu- 

setts, is t ^ V -e. retary of the Interior. 

— Peti'io! 3 to (."ongress in favor of aa 
inttmati ual py right law embrace the 
name* of tw o or three hundred authors, m- 
dndiDg Brjant, Lunsfellow. Holmes, Jared 
Sparxs, Lonel!, and other? 

— A case is » cfore the Supreme Court 
which in' e<institutiQnality of mili- 
tary rem-. iiitiii-siCDS to try civilians. 

— The S'jpreme Court of New York 
haveiruL- trial to Gon/ale* and Fe- 
Jecier, -v. ; marderini; -M. Ocmcz, tlie 
Cuban theatrical luiDager. 

—The N'w York health autbontics 
hate ad.:: (ropuscdby Dr. Marsden 

of Quebec. :or irjicction against the cholera. 
It u founded on the- theory that the disease is 
ccmraunicablc, and like the plague may be 
transmitted and cottimunicated both by per- 
sons and effects. The basis of the plan is a 
rigid ^aaraniine. the enforcement of absolute 
non-interctrarse c t pcr-ons »ko have cholera 
or who have bcm exposed to it for a short 
period, and a thorcngh disinfection of per- 
tonal ettect?. 

— An unii-oial numSr of vessels are 
ftMing for 'ca in .New York— cause unknown 



nionila aud Doolittlea and Nortona— the 
Baraaclea and ollice brokers, the toadies 
«' d flunkies of Federal jiaironage — are 
what Mr. .lobiiiton nndersianda by the 
Republii>an party. He imagines he ap- 
proves their principles when be is simply 
fuddled by their flatteries. 

The country neeils no assurance that 



loan of credit to the Railroad companies, 
who agreed to save the State harmless, 
but defaulted. Uut this is no place for a 
long story. The Governor has appointid 
(ten. Hubbard, Mr. JobnNicolsandGen. 
Tourtclotte the Commissioners. There 
arc no other acta of great general iui- 



, portancc. There are several railroad 

he will •adhere" to these fellows, lie ' ... „ 
I . I acts o 

would have some dilKcully in not adber- i 



ing to parasites ei:diiHid with such tenaci- 
ty o( grip For they will cleave unto 
him like Kutli unto Naomi, and where he 
goes th-y will go. We Lave good sulhor- 
ity lor the statement that Mr. Seward, 
sojn alter his return funnCiibs, declared 
that the New York Kaliculs must be 
crushed, even at the t.xpeoscof a tempo- 
rary alliance with the I'opperheads. In 
that menace wc have a complete solution 
of the present attitude of President 
Johnson, who is simply acting as the tool 
o! Sewiird, Weed ct Co.. to carry out 
their schemes of factious disorganization 
and ptivate vengeance. It explains 
Kiyniond'.t semi-ofticial announeement 
that Mr. Johnson was going to fight his 
battles within the lines of the Union par 
ly. It explains Weeu's telegram on 
hearing the puiport of Ihe President's 
intemperate sisauU upon the Radicals on 
Washiiigtou'/i Birthday : 
To S>'n»t.'r Vo gan; 



f importance, for which we refer to 
our list under that head — the purport of 
each l>eing fully described in the title, 
e.xcept that an important proviso was at- 
tached to each compelling the companies 
to carry freight and passengers on reason- 
able terms. 

The most important appropriation of 
the session was $10,(HK) for the erection 
of a Normal School at Winona. 

We ought not to close Ibis notice of the 
Legislature without some reference to the 
very able manner in which th.- presiding 
otHcers of both bouses performed their 
duties. The resolutions in which the 
sense of the House and Senate was re- 
corded on this subject were Dot mere for- 
mal compliments, but a heartfelt e.xprcs- 
sioD of tbe universal sentiment of both 
bodies. 

PBOTEC-riO.'V •»' T«iltl«S TO 



SAINT PAUL, SATURDAY, MARCH 3. 18«« 

Uullroud Compsny to run ibcir road and C'lO 



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THE PltKMlMrxTM 4 OH KRE.'VC-E 
TO TUE ■..^lO.'V PAMTV. 

We are ^agtly coiin-^cll^d by wiseacres 
deep in th.» sweet confidences of Presi- 
dential favor that Mr. Johnson— bless 
your ionccent heart — has no intention 
whatcvtr of at)an.!oniiig the Republican 
party. Tbe arfic'e which we copif 1 yes- 
terday from tbe f htcag" ./our/iai a.siert» 
"by authoritj"-happv privilege of 
toadies— that : 

.\ friend of the President called on hmi the 
cth> r day, and in the course of an earnest 
<xinTer-ation. Mr. Johnson declared thai he it a 
nep'JiUcan, he itxits m the spint and principles 
f^f that party, and intends to adhere lo the Union 
party orrfatusation that nominated him at Bal- 
ttrwjre, on a platform that he heanily in- 
dorsed th'n and does now, in its entire len-th 
and breadth. He declar. d that he does not 
f^ptrt nor eare for Ihe f:,pport of the cnpper- 
hrad l,,no^r-a.y^tho' h. dfspln, them for 

1 7 ',''"'/'"'*"•» "-'fA ""^ ditHnu.nislt and 
rebeU durtnq tht <rar, nnd . annot nJflUate tctth 
them. •' 

The read, r of l.i.^tory will re«!olle<:t that 
when Edward ot Yf>rk landed in England 
to eati'e aa insuri' lion for the over- 
throw of lb.; r'lgnmt,' dynasty, r was in 
the pr.«ended name and under the bor- 
rowed bannvr o| Henry Lancaster, that 
tbe traitor sumuiontd against their law- 
ful sovereign the ertidulous hosts of his 
loyal sabjects. 

It was out of pure love of li' "rfy that 
Louis Napoleon throttled the t». nch Re- 
public in a night ot horrors, an ! H was 
with a ki" that Judn, bcfrayetl l.ia Mas- 
ter. 

No on-, then, is de"civcd by An lr w 
Johnson's assf veration " ibat he in a Le- 
publicaii and htliuvis in Ihe spirit ar. J 
principles of that party." To the 
spirit and principles of ibat party as re- 
prenented by the Union majority in Con- 
gress, frpfh from the people, and by tbe 
unanimous voi h of every RHpuhlican Le- 
gislature ai;.l nearly every Republican 
journal in the land he lias just declared 
an uncompromi.-ing b'jBtility. He has 
recently denoun-1 th- members of that 
party, who d ■ not>pprove ef his policy or 
accept his dictation.'a^ a band of duunion- 
iatp, traitors aud a-sasnirs and has fulmi- 
nated against them aariif.stoes of e.xter- 
minaiion. It is safe to say that nine 
tenths of the U>-publiran party whose 
votes elected AnirFw.rohn.son, are utterly 
opposed to tbe negative ami reai lionary 
policy of f^omtruclion indicated in 
his veto message— a poli.y which 
would surrender the whole ra<;e of freed- 
men to practical re enslavement— which 
would abolish civil liberty forever in elev- 
en States of the Republic-and restore 
the government of the South to tbe trait- 
orous han-ls of the rebel oligarchy with no 
securities whatever that its powers would 
not be used to inaugurate a new reb' 1- 
lion. Nine IcniLs of the Republinn par- 
ty, we say, comprehending all the "spirit 
and principles" of tbe party are opposed to 
such prodigious treachery to the loyal 
men of tbe South, and to such a fearful 
waste of the glorioiM gains of the war. 
The other tenth— the Weeds and Ray- 



Ali rjelit hiTf, in Washington and the c-iud- 
try. I'h: u\'ri is dene. 

It explain.^ Seward's telegram to the 
same ilFccl eoi\lially approving the offen- 
sive ai'd violent personalities of a speech 
whose only t tlect was to make an irre- 
parable breach between the President and 
the vast majority of the Union party. 

Tbt se tl Uprams are the congratulations 
of couspira'or.'s triumphing in tbe success 
of tht ir plot. That plot was to break up 
the Union party. Tbe resnlent's speech, 
so far from being an unpremeditated out- 
burst of violerci', was arranged before- 
hind in a (wo hours' talk with Seward, 
just before he left Washington for New 
York, to drive in the wedge of his veto 
message, so 'bat .i split betwe»-n fh.> Pres- 
ident ami the radicals should be inevitable 
and irrt triovable. The tact that the Freed- 
men's Bureau bill had been submitted to 
the President weeks before, and verbally 
approved by him, is another link in the 
cbain of circumstances going to prove 
that fbc veto and tbe supplementary ha- 
rangue were the re?i:l' ol a deliberate 
[lurpose. recently formed, to break up 
the Urion piety, and that Ihe recent pol- 
icy rf ih-- administration was deliberittely 
contrived (or the same purpose, and for 
thu reason it was made as offensive as 
possible to tbe majority of the Republican 
party, and as opposed as possible to their 
"spirit and principles." 

Well, 'ho attempt has betn made and 
it has already failed. Mr. Johnson can- 
not but see in tbe unanimous ejiprtssions 
of the Republican parly in Congr«S8 aud 
in the country, overwhelming proofs 
that It IS a prodigious failure. He has 
found out by this time that the Radicals 
so called -for everybody who is not a 
Copperbia.l now a-days is a Sadical— he 
bas (cund out that tie liadicals arc tJie 
I'lifii party— At\6. like (he boy wbo 
boasted that he had out a dog in two with a 
jack-knile, tbe result of his projected 
division of the Union party, is that be 
ha^ got .1 Iracional part of its tail for his 
share of the spin — acd that the rest of the 
dog— the organ zed, mtfgral, living ani- 
mal -is after him, with its teeth not par- 
ticularly impaired by the loss of its caudal 
P'rnultimate. 

Yes, Mr. Weed. ' Theuork iadone," 
and " it \s all right here, in Washington 
and in {he country."' 



(5cn. Pope bas issued an order for the 
protection of trains from Minnesota to 
Montana. The details are not vet re. 
eeived, but tbe geneml plan mav bo bnellr 
stated. Fort.s Kidgley and Abercrombie 
aru designated as the rendezvous posts, 
where all trains will be organized and 
eipiipped for defense. No (rain of less 
than twenty wagons aud thirty armed men 
under a pio()erly appointed captain will 
be allowed lo proceed. Escorts will be 
furiiishe<l when necessary, and in case of 
attack prompt assistance will be given. 

Major General Corse, commanding (bis 
de|.->artment, has labored elhciently for tbe 
object proposed in the order of (Jeneral 
Pope, and to the extent of the means af- 
forded him, will carry it into effect. To 
hitn, and also to Gen. Pope, wbo fully 
appreciates the feasibility and importance 
of tbe route, our citizens are under great 
obligations. 

The probable route from llidgley will 
be to the head of Big Stone Lake, 'strik- 
ing over near to Fort Wadswortb, and 
thence to Bine Hill, on .Jam'-B river, a 
military post .stablished by Gen. Corse, 
which is also tUt- most natural point, for 
a union with tho (rains from Fort Aber- 
crombie. 'The dibtaoci) from Bone Hill 
lo Fort Bertbold is about two hundred 
miles, and about tbe same between Fort 
Beitboldand Fort Union. The nearest 
disi:overy of gold to Minnesota is on 
Muscle Shoal r ver, Montana, which is 
only seven huudred and filty miles from 
St. Cloud, less than hall the distaue., by 
anj other route. 



UvluiiiiK to the partition of estates. 

Concerning the title to real property by do- 
scent. 

Uclaiing to estates in dower and by the 
eurle.<>y. 

Itelaliug to the rights of persons accused. 

Uelatiog to actions ai;aiust boats and ves- 
sils. 

Uelating to forcible entries and unlawful 
detainers. 

Kelatlng to actions for the partition of real 
property. 

Kelating to oflenses against the sovereignty 
of the State. 

Uelatiog to the filing and effect of certain 
aflldavits. 

roneerning courts of justices of the peace. 

Kelating to otfenses against putdic policy. 

Kelating to otlcnses against the public pca-e. 

Kelating to issues and modes of trial. 

Hclatini; to otfenses against chastity, moral- 
ity and decency. 

Relating to' oHcnscs against the public 
health. 

Kelating to 8pi>eals and writ* of error in 
criminal cases. 

Relating to change of venue In criminal 
cases. 

Kelating to judgment in criminal cases and 
the execution. 

Kelating to actions by persons holding 
claims en United States land. 

Relating to actions on official securities, and 
lo recover lines and forfeitures. 

Relating to proceedings to prevent the com 
mission of crime. 

Kelating to actions on ottlcial securities, 
and to recover tines and forfeitures. 

Relating to printing and distritjuliun of laws 
and docun.cnts. 

Kelating to the resignation, vacancies, and 
removals from offltv. 

In relation to the sales ol lands by execu- 
tors, administrators and guardians. 

Kelatint; to the payment of deliis and Uga 
cies ot deceased persons. 

Relating to the adrainistration and disiri 
button of the estates of intestates. 

Relating to testamentary aad other proceed 
ings on a probate of a will. 

Relating to the inventory and collection of 
eliects o( deceased persons. 

Relating to proiialc lionds and (he prosecu- 
tion ot them. 

Relating to money, bonds, bills of e.xchangc 
and promissory notes. 

In relation to estrays, unclaimed property 
and beasts doing damage. 

Relating to the rendering of accouols by 
executors and adiuinistralojs. 

Relating to actions concerning and rights in 
real property. 

Relating to crimes and punishments, prin- 
cipals and accessories. 

In relation to the driving of logs, limber 
and lumber. 

Relating to actions by or against executors, 
admiuistrators and heirs. 

Relating to conlession of judgment without 
action. 

To prevent Ihc sale, transfer or conceal- 
ment of personal property under mortgage 

Rc'atMig to conveyame of real estate by ex- 
ecutors and administrators in certain cases. 
Kelating to the exauiiiiation of offenders 
commitment for trial, and taking hail. ' 

Relating to actions to vacate charters and 
letters patent, aud to prevent the usurpation 
of an office or franchise . 

OrilEIl GENERAL .VCTS. 

For the express repeal of existing laws. 
Relating to the general statutes and their 
effects. 

Relative to the records in the offices of the 
register of deeds. 

To provide for the draining of swamp i,oe 
meadow and other lands. 

To provide for the erection of cells in the 
State Prison at Stillwater. 

To provide for the establishment of State 
Normal Schools. 

To incorporate the House of Refuge tor the 
btate of Minnesota. 

Providing for the printinK and bindinc ol 
the general statutes of Minnesota. 

Fixing the liaio of holdiOK terms of the 
District Court in Chisago county. 

Relating to Congressional Districts. 

To provide for the purchase of paper lor the 
public printing. 



JNfUMBKR 5a- 



-• , - K . r-^ ( town of Pre«»on, Uarbara Kacrchcr's additioa 

8 ruct iiud uiaiotam a bridge across the MU- to Preston and lUrb-ra Koercher's second »d- 
Hissippi at Ihe city ot Winoua ,iit,o„ to the u,wn of PrcM.m, in the county of 

lo authorizo the Mlunusotii Onlrnl Kail- i Fillmore, and e«mveyanc«s therein made 
road Company to coiiHtrucl u branch railroad | 'lo authorize the cUy ol Owaloiina to issue 
[rom tanliault by ihc way of Kenyou, Xum- ; its bond* lo provide lor the uurchu»eol denol 
brola. Mazeppa and /umhro l-alls to the Mis- ! gn.ands for tbe Minnesota Central Railway 
slssippi river. ... I To hie and record iho plat of the city ol St! 

lo legalue aud conOrm ih.i orpini^ution. Paul in the office of the register ol deeds of 
acts uml proceeding's ol the Urst divbion of , Ramsey county, and to givecHcttas evidence 
theht. limlaud 1 acitte Railrcad Company, to plats in said offlco puriiortlBg to dedicate 
and lu relation to the character and powers of lands for public use, and to limit the com 
said company ' - ■ 



Authorizing a separate organization ol th'i 
stockholders on that part ot ihu line of tho 
first division of the .St. Piuil iind Pacilic Rail- 
way Company which extends from St. An- 
thony to a poiul betive* tbe foot of IJigStono 
Lake and ihe] mouth of Sioux Wood river, 
under the name of the Qreat Western Rail- 
way Company of Minntsota. 

bTATK KOiU> AC'IX. 



To relocate and establish a section ol n' "aF*- *« »»*"« l"""^*- . , . 
i^taio road lo amend an act entitled an act relative to 

the free schools ol the city of St. Paul. 
To amend an act entitled an act to organi/.e 



Anjoin.^nE^T of the i,b6is 

I'ATntE. 

The Legislature has ceaced from 
troubling and tbe weary are at rest. The 
wheels of legislation stopped on Thurs- 
day, but the rer]uiremcnt that bills be 
signed in open session made the formality 
of their attendance necessary yesterday, 
till Ihe enrolling clerks had prepared and 
tbe enrolling committees had compared 
the last batch of bills for the signature of 
the Lieut, (iovernor and the Speaker. 
At noon, conslruefivcly, (it was really 
two oVIock, but the sun stood still on the 
dial face at the command of the hw- 
Huking Joshuas), the Legislature ad- 
journed sine die. 

El.siwhere we record (be results of ita 
labors in a list of (he Ac(s, Memoria'a 
and Rcsolu(ions which have been passed 
thi.i cession 'The mott important busi- 
ness of (be sission bas been the enact- 
ment o( ibe i;. vised Statutes, with some 
amendment f, generally sucli as were re- 
commended by the joint conimiKee. 
To Ibis coinmit^ci , of which. .Senator 
Cole was Ibc Chairman of the Senate 
branch, and Mr. Brihtol of the House, (he 
State IS indebted after the learned com- 
mission wbo were entrusted with the con- 
solidation of tbe st.itutes, for a thorough 
sifting and pruning of tbe whole body of 
State laws, and we may judge from the 
well known abilitj ol (be gentlemen com- 
posing tbfi committee that thf-y have done 
thfirwoik wdl. Among the most im- 
portant fieuond Laws passed this session 
arc- tbe following 



TME FECLiac; »S nAS«ACUl. 

»ETTt«. 
The insult to Charles Sumner in the 
President's harangue to tbe copperhead 
mob in Washington creates much indig- 
na'ion in Massachusetts. The following 
is among a series of resolutions intro- 
duced in the lower branch of the Legit- 
Utore : 

Resolved. That the recent public attack up- 
on one ol tbe honored and beloved Senators 
of Massachusetts by the I'resident ot the 
Lnited States, in a recent speech in tbe city 
Oi Washington, is an insult to the Common- 
wealth, as nnjust as it was nndigoilicd and 
disgraceful, and calls lor the indignant re- 
buke ol every patriotic citizen of this State 
to whose sons the 'ountry is so largely inl 
debted tor the salvation of the national capi- 
tal when those who heard and applauded the 
attack were traitorously plotting to plant the 
standard of treason upon its walls and de- 
stroy the Constitution and the Government. 



C"aPT. FiSK yesterday received an in- 
vitation from H. C. Wait, Esq., chair- 
man of (be "Montana Association " at 
St. Cloud, requesting him to address tbe 
people of that place and vicinity on tbe 
subject of Montana and the route thereto. 
The Captain accepted the invitation, and 
named Wednesday, March 7th, as the 
time. 



■I'orepcil chapter 2j of the session laws of 
I So- J. 

Authoming town supervisors to open Sta'e 
roads. 

To provide for the execution and supervis- 
ion ot the State printing and binding. 

To legalize deeds, acknowledged before 
judges of probate of the Territory of Min. 
nesota. 

To provide for the assessment and collec- 
tion ot a tax (or State purposes. 

Providing salaries for the clerks of the dis- 
trict court in certain cases. 

To authorlzoj the Governor of Minnesota 
to make conveyances in certain cases. 

To amend an act entitled an act relating to 
the I niversity of Minnesota, approved March 
4, 1864. 

For the purpose of enlarging the law librarv 
of the State of Minnesota. 

Providing for the service of notice in civil 
actions in certain cases. 

To provide for the service of mesne pr -cess 
on loreigo corporations. 

For the equitable adjustment of the State 
railroad bonds. 

fo relieve certain soldiers from pavinir 
bounty tax. r j t> 

Relathjg to editing and superintending the 
printing and publication of the general stat- 
utes. 

Providing for the payment of bonnties for 
the destruction of wolves. 

T o_^u thorize municipal corpotations to sell 
or la^ public grounds to railroad corpora 
tlons. "^ 



To locate » State road from Waieriown, in 
Carver county, to Presion Lake. 

To relocate the Dubuqoo and St. Paul Statu 
road from the city of Rochester to the north 
line ol Fillmore county. 

To provide lor the relocation, survey and 
location ofap.art of tlio State read Irom Min- 
neapolis to Shakopce. 

To locate a State road (torn ilutchiiisoa, in 
McLcod county, lo Ktogslon, in Meeker 
county. 

To provide for tbe loeatfonand construction 
of a .'^tate road from Heaver Bay to Vermilion 
Lake. 

To locate a Slate road from Fort Ridglev 
in Nicollet county, to Chippewa Cdv, in Chip 
pcwa county. 

To locate and establish a Sta